The success of many well-run construction companies is due to the management of accurate, detailed, and current information concerning all aspects of their financial affairs. The law requires that financial records, payroll, taxes, source documents for support services, and company information be accurate and maintained. Financial statements are required for submission to bankers, sureties, owners, insurance companies, public agencies, lenders, and potential clients.
Each construction project is unique and is influenced by variables and unpredictable factors. There are various methods of accounting for construction projects. Our experienced professionals analyze each project from inception to bidding and cost estimates to completion.