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Xiaoyan Li | 7.16.2018

Are You Green?

A multipurpose indoor arena that serves as an entertainment venue that hosts concerts, family events, and most importantly, the home of the Pittsburgh

Will Federal Reserve Increases Impact Residential Construction?

In recent years, the residential construction industry has shown great strength not only due to the demand for housing, but also because of consistently
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Dave Foutz | 6.11.2018

Tariffs Pose Challenge to Construction Firms

Earlier this year, there were New Tariffs Proposed on Steel and Aluminum by President Trump. The tariffs amount to 25% on steel and 10% on aluminum imports.

What Can Be Learned From Early Adopters of ASC 606?

Public companies were required to adopt the new revenue recognition standards by January 1, 2018, while private companies have an extra year (January 1,
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Report Cards Are Out: American Infrastructure Gets D+

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) recently released their 2017 Infrastructure Report Card. Every four years, the ASCE grades the nation’s
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Dave Foutz | 1.19.2018

Worker Shortage an Ongoing Challenge for Construction Firms in 2018

In a recent survey of more than 1,600 construction firms conducted by Associated General Contractors of America, respondents reported that their companies

Recently Issued Accounting Standards Potentially Impacting Construction Company Financial Reporting in the Upcoming Year

With the start of the new year, many contractors are gearing up for their annual year-end audits to begin. I wanted to provide a quick refresher on some

The Impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on Your Construction Company Beyond 2017

If you (or your trust or estate) own an interest in a pass-through construction company, you’ll want to take note of two of the more significant
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Completed Contract Method Permitted for Grading and Soil Compaction

In Technical Advice Memorandum (TAM) 201650014, the IRS has determined that long term contracts requiring grading and soil compaction qualify for the completed

Postcard from the AICPA Construction and Real Estate Conference

Last week, the AICPA hosted its annual Construction and Real Estate conference in Las Vegas, welcoming over 1,000 attendees. I was fortunate to participate,
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