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In the interest of the safety of our members, ABC NH/VT chapter staff have been closely following the information provided by our local government agencies and the CDC (Center for Disease Control) regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19). It is our goal to ensure that your health and safety is our top priority, and we wish to inform you that we are taking the following proactive measures to help limit exposure risk.

As we find ourselves working remotely and having to meet with colleagues and clients remotely, here are some helpful tips to consider.

The Associated Builders and Contractors New Hampshire/Vermont Chapter (ABC) on Thursday called on area contractors to donate surplus N95 mask to local hospitals.  

As part of a massive response to the unprecedented coronavirus, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act passed by Congress and signed by the President will go into effect April 2, 2020. Here are the key takeaways you need to know because it affects ALL employers:

Construction is deemed an essential business under the definition of a "Community-Based Essential Function". ​

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.  

The final interim rule on the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) was just released by SBA and made available online. This document offers additional guidance on the loan program which rolls out TODAY.

The latest COVID-19 information that you need from Josh Reap, President & CEO.

You can now take a tax deduction for your contributions made to New Hampshire Career and Technical Education Centers (CTE) centers.

Construction contractors can resume working in Vermont, if they follow new state safety requirements. It’s easy and ABC will help you.