NCCER is looking for Subject Matter Experts (SME) with an understanding of the Superintendent role to provide feedback on draft materials for a new Superintendent Education Program.
The Associated Builders and Contractors NH/VT Chapter’s Young Professionals Group (ABC YPG) has donated $1,000 in honor of Tim Barton to MY TURN, a Manchester youth services organization focused on serving the “forgotten half”.
This year it is free to enter the Excellence Awards! Participants will be limited to three projects each and entries will be vetted by a panel of judges like always. Finalists will be notified by September 4 that they have won an award; however, the big reveal of “Excellence” or “Merit” and “Chairman’s Award” will be announced on the live-streamed event on October 22. The application deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Friday, August 7.
The U.S. DOL announced $4.1 million in grants available to community organizations to recruit, mentor, train and retain more women in quality apprenticeship programs, and to help those women pursue successful careers in manufacturing, infrastructure, cybersecurity, healthcare and other industries.
Thank you to all the golfers and sponsors who turned out on the most beautiful day of the season for this year’s golf tournament. We welcomed 146 golfers and 12 generous sponsors. A fun day was had by all!
Associated Builders and Contractors, New Hampshire / Vermont Chapter (ABC NH/VT) delivered over $34,000 in relief to help the food banks of New Hampshire and Vermont fight hunger in our communities.
The NH DOE specifically indicated that industry partners who prepared for and participated in last year's NH Construction Career Days (NHCCD) are entitled to the tax credit associated to RSA 188-E9-a.
The FLiC program has been developed recognizing that the future of your company and the construction industry is dependent on effective leadership. FLiC is designed as an interactive exchange to develop results-oriented leadership for the emerging leaders of the construction industry.
The following is a recording of a free webinar ABC NH/VT offered on April 1, 2020 related to COVID-19 and the impact on material price escalations and business.