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Construction & Engineering

Overview

Boyer & Ritter’s Construction practice group delivers credibility, precision, and commitment as we help clients keep a watchful eye on profitability, manage risks, address tax considerations, and respond to state and local regulations.

From general contractors, specialty trade, and homebuilders to material suppliers, real estate developers and investors, the careful financial management of construction companies and their projects is paramount. 

Our professionals are active in the Association of General Contractors (AGC), Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA), the American Subcontractors Association (ASA), Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC), and others.

Businesses We Serve:

  • General contractors
  • Construction managers
  • Subcontractors
  • Design professionals
  • Engineers
  • Architects
  • Specialty trades
  • Homebuilders
  • Developers
  • Construction consultants

Construction Management Services:

  • Assurance and Accounting Services
    • Financial statement preparation
    • Audit, review, and compilation
    • Accounting standard implementation
  • Tax Planning and Preparation
    • Business and partnership tax preparation
    • Like-kind exchange advisory (1031)
    • Estate and succession planning
    • Multi-state tax assessment
  • Advisory and Consulting
    • Business relief services (ERTC, PPP, etc.)
    • Cost segregation studies
    • Fraud and forensic accounting
    • Management consulting
    • Cash flow management
    • Strategic planning


News & Events

Events

Federal Acquisition Regulations

Federal Acquisition Regulations

Architecture and Engineering firms that perform work for state departments of transportation must comply with rules set forth by FAR 31. 

  • FAR 31: a complex set of rules that provide guidance for determining the reasonableness, allocability, and allowability of costs claimed under federal funding. These rules are used to determine allowable costs for contracts funded solely by State funds and to calculate an overhead rate. The overhead rate represents the percentage of general expenses that firms can bill to the contracting government agencies. 

Boyer & Ritter is experienced in dealing with many DOTs including those from Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia. 

Our FAR Services

  • Assist in preparing an overhead schedule
  • Perform a required annual audit of overhead rate and internal controls (audit required for bids over certain dollar threshold) and provide recommendations to management on best practices
  • FAR readiness review - consultation on developing controls and processes to assist in FAR compliance


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