​Construction Expertise

Although risk has always been a component of the construction industry, managing uncertainty and the ability to quickly adjust strategy has become vital to healthy growth, sustainability, and long-term success. At all stages of the business lifecycle, owners and executives need the best advisors to help them solve their problems and achieve their goals. By offering knowledge gained from extensive industry experience, we help ordinary construction companies transform into best-in-class market leaders.

A Team Built for Your Success

EKS&H has served the industry since 1978, and today we have more than 100 residential, commercial, industrial, and infrastructure construction clients, including general and specialized contracting service providers. This long-standing “outsider” experience is enhanced by our alliance with Beeble Company, a construction consulting and advisory firm led by 35-year industry veteran John Beeble, which adds a valuable “insider” perspective. This unique combination of skills allows us to gain a deep, nuanced understanding of our clients’ concerns and rapidly develop high-trust relationships to help address them.  Meet Our Team

Our Services

Focusing on where companies are stuck in the areas of growth, sustainability, and succession, we identify the best technical experts to guide businesses to achieve their visions.


  • Customized solutions tailored to each client’s specific needs
  • A one-stop shop of service providers who collaborate for client efficiency
  • Relationship-based services built on trust and confidence
  • Elimination of barriers to success and identification of proven solutions 
  • Extensive insight derived from decades of working with countless construction companies and leading a top 200 nationwide general contractor

Talk with Our Industry Lead

Connect with Eric Stutz to discuss our construction industry services.


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