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


Recruiting and retaining employees in the construction industry

The construction industry could face a labor shortage in a few years. What can contractors do to attract more workers to the industry?

  • Cyndi Mergele
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  • April 02, 2018


How tax reform will affect contractors

Real estate contractors should be proactive when it comes to understanding and planning for tax reform changes.

  • Tom  Wright
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  • March 13, 2018


The time has arrived: Finish tax planning for 2017 and prep for 2018

Laying out projections before year’s end engenders confidence in financial partners and simplifies future financial negotiations.

  • Leslie Garcia
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  • February 19, 2018


As catastrophes mount, interruption insurance worth consideration

As American businesses continue digging out from devastating hurricanes, many company owners are exploring business interruption insurance.

  • Leo Munoz
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  • December 22, 2017


Outside financial statements can aid contractors in many ways

Although financial statements are important to any type of business, for contractors they are especially crucial.

  • Denise Bendele
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  • November 30, 2017

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