Recommended By: Bryan Porter
An article released by the Baltimore Business Journal on January 26, 2016 suggested that construction will be the fastest growing industry in Maryland over the next three years. Editor Joanna Sullivan quoted Daraius Irani, Chief Economist at Towson University, noting Carpenters, Construction Managers and Cost Estimators are career paths with the highest demand. The overall construction market is expected to grow 3.7%, which tops perennial leaders in our market such as education and healthcare. These expectations echo what we at Ellin & Tucker are hearing from our clients who are impacted by the construction industry. The number one concern for most contractors is securing qualified and talented employees to meet the demands of their growing backlog. Understanding the key drivers of and proper preparation for these opportunities will best position contractors as they look to capitalize on the much anticipated return of the construction marketplace.
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Bryan is a highly motivated and service-minded Director in Ellin & Tucker’s audit, accounting, and consulting department. He provides high quality audit, accounting and advisory services to many of the firm’s construction industry clientele. Bryan’s exceptional knowledge of industry technical trends has solidified his reputation as a well-respected member of the firm’s Construction Services Group.