Construction Industry and Contractors

General contractors provide their expertise and experience in procuring the workforce and materials related to the completion of their contract. In conjunction with the subcontractors and other specialty trade contractors, projects are managed with competitive margins, often with tight deadlines. We can help with these challenges and the related requirements, such as certifying payrolls, preparing reports required by governmental agencies, and adhering to the financial reporting needs required by lending institutions. Cash flow is extremely important, as tight margins necessitate the monitoring of  contractor overhead when compared to projected financial results. We approach each contractor and their related industry with a comprehensive solution that meets their needs. Whether providing specialized financial reporting, consulting or tax services to meet the needs faced by these contractors, we can navigate you through the process.

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a Professional at Adeptus who Specializes
in the Construction and Contractors industry

Neil Berger

Managing Principal, CPA - MD


Adeptus Partners LLC