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CFMA Building Profits September/October 2017 edition

By: Bryan Porter

A contractor’s strategic plan goes beyond day-to-day positioning and operations – it evaluates opportunities, contemplates unforeseen risks, and demands return on investment. However, in light of the prolonged economic recovery, many contractors remain cost-conscious when developing their strategic plans. Investment... Continue Reading
Todd Feuerman and Jared Rosen to Discuss Construction Leasing Arrangements and Management Succession at Annual CFMA Conference and Exhibition Baltimore, Md. – Ellin & Tucker, the public accounting and business consulting firm, announced that Todd Feuerman and Jared Rosen, directors... Continue Reading

By: Todd Feuerman

No matter how thoughtfully it may be planned, critical changes can arise and can complicate a project. As a result, contractors frequently encounter change orders almost daily. A change order can be initiated by either the contractor or the owner,... Continue Reading

By: Todd Feuerman

We welcome you the next edition of the 2017 Economic Industry Update initiative, brought to you by Ellin & Tucker and in conjunction with The Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore.   In this six-part series, with the Baltimore Business Journal, Ellin & Tucker’s experts will offer insight and... Continue Reading
On Wednesday, March 8th at 3:00pm, Ellin & Tucker’s Directors of the firm’s Construction Services Group, Bryan Porter and Todd Feuerman, will be presenting “Maximizing Financial Reporting to Secure Financing” as a part of Construction Financial Management Associations’ (CFMA) education... Continue Reading

By: Bryan Porter

Succession planning may be one of the most important strategic initiatives a construction business owner and the executive management team need to execute. But in practice, it is commonly the last item on the list, as leaders struggle to balance... Continue Reading

By: Michael Strauss

and Travis Klein

It’s no secret that office spaces in Greater Baltimore are changing. Gone are the days of offices with large file rooms; high cubicle dividers; stuffy, closed offices; and dark hallways. Open-plan work spaces, industrial warehouse conversions, and “live, work, play”... Continue Reading

By: Todd Feuerman

The construction marketplace continues to show signs of improvement as contractors work through backlogs that include sub-par margin work secured a few years ago.  This improvement in the industry, along with the surety industry experiencing better-than-average loss ratios, means potential... Continue Reading

By: Bryan Porter

Financial reporting for privately held construction firms has become increasingly difficult and time-consuming for executive management teams. The Private Company Council (PCC) is an advisory body to the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), which is responsible for setting generally accepted... Continue Reading

By: Todd Feuerman

Transitioning a construction firm is perhaps the most difficult process a privately held company will face in its business life cycle. Family, key employees, competitors and financial investors all play a role in the process. In the July 14th online... Continue Reading
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