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 long term strategy with day-to-day demands.
In the November 2, 2016 online edition of Construction Executive, Bryan Porter, Director in Ellin & Tucker’s Audit, Accounting, and Consulting Department, explores the impact of succession planning on the surety relationship.
To view this article, visit The Impact of Succession Planning on the Surety Relationship on the Construction Executive website.
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.