Baltimore, Md. – Ellin & Tucker, a leading Baltimore-based public accounting and business consulting firm, has been named one of The Top 50 Construction Accounting Firms in the nation by Construction Executive (CE), one of the building industry’s foremost publications. For this inaugural ranking, CE’s team invited more than a thousand U.S. accounting firms with a dedicated construction practice to be considered and over 100 replied with a submission.
In addition to being named in the ranking, Todd Feuerman, Ellin & Tucker’s chair of the construction services group and a director in firm’s Audit, Accounting and Consulting Department, was included in a corresponding article, “Executive Insights” where he outlined specific ways construction firms can maintain a healthy cash flow, year-round. For Feuerman, being named one of the best construction accounting firms in the nation is a testament to the dedication of Ellin & Tucker’s team and the commitment to servicing every client.
“The construction industry is not only very complex, but it’s also constantly changing,” said Feuerman. “There are a multitude of extraneous, dynamic factors to consider when evaluating the industry, and each client is impacted by them in a different way. Our team is always looking for opportunities to help a client succeed in their own specific goals and provide insight that speaks specifically to them, not just about the industry as a whole.”
“Ellin & Tucker’s underlying goal for every client, is to be a steady partner for every opportunity or obstacle that may arise,” says Ellin & Tucker CEO and Managing Director Ed Brake. “Our construction services group consistently delivers on that promise, which when you consider the variables of the industry, is a reflection of the outstanding abilities and dedication they bring. This ranking is indeed an honor, but the trust our clients have bestowed on us is the ultimate compliment.”
Construction Executive reaches more than 55,000 commercial, industrial and institutional contractors and construction-related business owners. Since first being published by Associated Builders and Contractors Services Corp. in 2003, the magazine has served as the leading source for news, market developments and business issues impacting the construction industry.