By: Todd Feuerman
Securing financing for construction projects continues to pose a significant challenge for most construction firms across the Baltimore-area marketplace. While the gradual path to economic recovery offers an optimistic outlook for firms, post-recession circumstances are forcing the industry to work harder, smarter and differently than in years past in order to close on project financing.
In the May 22nd edition of the Baltimore Business Journal, Todd Feuerman is featured as a contributing columnist and shares his insights on the financial trends in the construction industry regarding construction loans.
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As chair of the firm’s Construction Services Group, Todd has over 25 years of experience providing audit, accounting, consulting and tax services to general contractors, specialty contractors, government contracting firms, as well as construction-focused banks and surety firms. His extensive expertise and inside knowledge of the construction industry enable him to provide the highest level of practical and technical financial consultation to entities which are construction industry centric.