​Construction Expertise

As companies build their businesses in the world of construction and development, owners and executives need a true business advisor to help them solve their problems and achieve their goals. Whether your construction company needs assistance with accounting, audit, or tax data and technology solutions or business transition planning, we have industry-experienced professionals ready to help.

Giving Construction Companies a Solid Foundation for Success

We have provided solutions to construction companies since 1978. That means we have the knowledge and experience to understand the issues relevant to your business, whether it is focused on residential, commercial, industrial, or infrastructure construction. We provide clients, including general and specialized contracting service providers, enhanced financial relationships as a result of stronger reporting and increased credibility with financial institutions and bonding companies. We learn your objectives, we research solutions, and we provide the services needed to help you achieve your goals.

Our Reputation and Qualifications

With more than 12 partners and 50 professionals focused on supporting our clients, you can be sure that our capacity and capabilities can help you and your company. Our professionals are active members of organizations such as the Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA), the Associated General Contractors of Colorado, the Rocky Mountain Surety Association, and Associated Builders and Contractors.

We go beyond the traditional role of accountant and tax advisor by taking a hands-on approach with every relationship and offering a dedicated team on each audit, tax, and consulting engagement. Beyond one or two projects, we are committed to building a relationship with you to provide the highest level of service and offer timely, proactive advice.

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Setting up Accounting for a $400 Million Construction Project

When a Colorado-based developer began planning its newest residential real estate project, it needed assistance with its accounting and financial system setup and development. The goal was lofty: To achieve an “impeccable” back-office accounting system. Read more »

2016 Construction Industry Outlook

The continued economic growth in 2015 maintained robust demand for construction services across almost all industry segments. However, increasing construction costs did cause some challenges for the industry and put some projects in jeopardy.  Read more »

Reevaluating Your Business Structure: Why Now?

Eric Stutz

With the economy achieving healthy, consistent growth, construction industry contractor executives are optimistic about their futures. Many companies that put off hiring during the recession are now expanding. As they do so, some proactive matters that may have been on the shelf, such as incentives, succession planning, and budgeting, should be revisited. Read more »

CFMA Building Profits: Strategic Compensation as a Competitive Advantage

Shane Brown

As the economy recovers and demand for new work returns, a shortage of experienced and capable industry professionals—particularly at the management and executive levels—is hindering many businesses’ ability to grow. Read more »