Architectural, Engineering&Construction

Architectural, Engineering and Construction

A relationship with a professional services firm with an expertise in construction accounting forms a solid foundation. Williams & Company's construction industry practice understands the issues construction companies face including ever-changing tax and reporting regulations, labor issues, rising costs, and unrelenting competition. In an unpredictable industry, to compete and thrive will depend a lot on accurate predictions of future trends and swift decision-making. A trusted advisor to help address the strategic and operation challenges as well as the financial and tax reporting requirements is essential.

Williams & Company serves a variety of construction industry sectors including general contractors, heavy construction contractors, special trade contractors and architectural and engineering firms. We provide accounting and consulting services to construction industry clients ranging from small subcontractors to some of the largest contractors in the industry. Each is guided by the depth and breadth of over sixty years of collective experience and the close personal attention you appreciate from a small firm.

Williams & Company architectural, engineering and construction specialists are active members of various trade associations and professional organizations that serve architectural, engineering and construction professionals throughout South Florida. This level of involvement ensures that we are forging strong industry relationships and staying ahead of trends.

Some of these organizations include local chapters of:

  • Associated Builders & Contractors
  • Association of General Contractors
  • Construction Financial Management Association

Williams & Company's full range of assurance and accounting, tax and consulting services, help contractors and allied organizations plan and achieve their goals. These include:

  • Job profitability, cost control and breakeven analysis
  • Percentage-of-completion accounting
  • Bonding and surety relationships