Construction companies face many unique challenges and risks, from rising material costs and fierce bidding competition to unique labor issues and insurance/bonding challenges.
Successfully operating a construction company in today’s marketplace requires management’s constant attention to every aspect of the business. We understand the critical relationships that construction companies must maintain with their customers, banks, and bonding companies. This industry requires unique accounting services and expertise, such as job costing and complex revenue recognition calculations. We have provided accounting and consulting services for construction clients for over four decades, from small specialty subcontractors to large general contractors.
By partnering with Hanson & Co. CPAs, you not only benefit from our specialized accounting and consulting services, you also benefit from our ability to gain an in-depth understanding of your entity and to tailor solutions to your unique needs as a construction company. Our specialized staff combines extensive experience in the construction industry, active involvement in key trade groups, and specifically targeted continuing education for the professionals in our construction services group to stay up to date on an ever changing industry.
Construction Accounting Services
Whatever you need in the construction industry, Hanson & Co. CPAs are committed to understanding your company’s unique needs and providing the level of service you expect from a trusted business partner, including:
Financial statement assurance services at the audit, review, and compilation level
Corporate and individual tax compliance and planning
Outsourced accounting and administrative services
For more information on how we can help your construction entity succeed in today’s competitive marketplace and be poised for growth, please contact us at (303) 388-1010, or click here to contact us.
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