We are currently searching for a Manager of Estimating & Business Development for our construction client.
The tax reform bill making its way through Congress could end or significantly impact tax credit and incentive programs that have greatly benefitted real estate development projects in Ohio, Florida and across the country.
The Ohio Legislature recently enacted a new budget bill with key provisions that will impact contracting businesses operating in Ohio.
Construction firms need financing and bonding to pursue projects, so banks and bonding companies are key constituents in a contractor’s sphere of operation. When the time comes to evaluate a contractor’s financing request, many factors – both quantitative and qualitative – come into play. Among them is overhead.
So, the time is finally at hand for construction firms big and small to embrace Flexible Overhead, right? Not so fast. Today’s employment landscape is vastly different which currently makes Flexible Overhead a risky proposition for any contractor.
Flexible Overhead is an intriguing concept with sizeable benefits—and some equally sizeable risks.
Like any solution or innovation, the concept of Flexible Overhead was born out of a problem.
We are currently assisting our client in their search for a Construction Office Manager. They are in the heart of downtown Chagrin Falls….beautiful location and office, great culture!
Builder’s risk policies generally provide coverage during the course of construction. But what about damages to materials stored before construction begins? Claims filed with insurance companies can become battles, and builder’s risk policies can be rigged with unexpected land mines.
Dennis Murphy of Skoda Minotti recounts highlights from the 2017 AICPA Real Estate and Construction Conference in Las Vegas.