Industry Insights

Veteran Jobs in the Construction Industry in Vermont & New Hampshire

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by Pamela Lambiase | March 4, 2020

There are many reasons why the construction industry is one of the big employers of veterans. As our country and our region continue to build and grow, vets are qualified and skilled candidates that are needed in the construction field. 

Since the early 2000s, more and more resources have been created to support jobs for vets in the...

The Importance of CETP Certification for VHV Employees

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by Pamela Lambiase | December 11, 2019

Even with the recent proliferation of natural gas lines in Vermont, propane remains an important fuel for the operations and heating of commercial and industrial buildings, as well as laboratories, manufacturing and processing plants in our region.

Changing the Societal Stigma Around Trades

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by Dick Wilcox | August 27, 2019

For many decades, trades have been seen as the avenue people pursue when college or university isn’t a good fit. Attending a college or a university is seen as the appropriate next step after high school, one that will land you a good paying job and the skills needed to make it in the real world. Not everyone will benefit from a college...

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3 Ways Technology is Improving Construction Industry Safety

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by Erica Peet | February 14, 2019

One in ten construction-site workers are injured every year, according to OSHA. What’s more, in 2017, twenty percent of private sector worker fatalities were in the construction industry.

While construction safety has vastly improved over the years, the industry still has work to do. Protecting employees should be every firm’s top priority, and...

GMCR Project Report

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by Tom Dacres | February 7, 2019

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Essex Plant

The 468,100 sf GMCR Essex Plant featured in this Project Report was completed in August, 2013, with a total project cost of $30 million. 

This award-winning project received recognition from The Association of Energy Engineers, New England Chapter, for Outstanding Energy Project New Construction and an...