A difficult market, tight credit, evolving accounting standards, shifting tax concerns – these are challenging times for construction companies. You need experienced professionals who understand your industry and will work to understand you. We deliver solutions that fit.

Being understood

RSM understands construction. Our professionals are members of and regularly address the industry's leading trade associations, including Associated General Contractors, Construction Financial Management Association and Associated Builders and Contractors.

We provide services to the following diverse construction segments :

  • Commercial contractors
  • Specialty contractors (electrical, structural, HVAC, plumbing, concrete)
  • Architectural and engineering firms
  • Highway and street construction
  • Residential contractors

For the latest industry trends and updates, visit our Construction Quarterly Update.

Most Popular Insights


New revenue recognition standards apply to construction companies

The way that companies recognize revenue will soon change and it is time for construction companies to start planning to be in compliance.

  • Denise Bendele
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  • May 23, 2017


Contractors should always be prepared for next economic slowdown

With so much uncertainty, the time has arrived once again to begin building up reserves and reducing unnecessary overhead.

  • Leslie Garcia
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  • April 19, 2017


Strong internal controls can help minimize losses

There are a number of steps construction companies can take to help avoid unintended losses resulting from error or outright fraud.

  • Steve Kirn, Brian DiPaola
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  • March 13, 2017


Leaving the door open for fraud can be a costly mistake

Thin profit margins demand that management take steps to prevent occupational fraud. To ignore the issue can be expensive.

  • Leslie Garcia
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  • February 27, 2017


The House Tax Reform Blueprint: What would the building inspector say?

RSM Principal Don Susswein explores the potential impact of the domestic proposals found in the House GOP Tax Reform Blueprint.

  • Don Susswein
  • |
  • February 23, 2017

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