Construction and real estate entities face challenges that those unfamiliar with the industry would never understand. You must deal with obstacles such as rising costs, bidding wars, regulatory changes, bonding, and financing challenges – and the list goes on from there. Achieving success in a volatile and sometimes uncertain industry requires outstanding management, great vision, and enduring discipline. Since our inception in 1973, we have been partners in success for companies in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and beyond.
This experience, along with our construction and real estate specialists, gives the Whisman Giordano team rare insight into your industry. Our dedicated construction industry professionals receive regular training on industry-relevant topics and actively participate in the Associated Builders and Contractors of Delaware, Construction Financial Management Association, the Delaware Contractors Association, and other construction-related associations.
Our goal is to help you grow (dare we say build ) your business.
We work with many companies in the construction industry including:
- General contractors
- Specialty contractors
- Heavy and highway contractors
- Architects and engineers
- Real estate developers or operators
The breadth of services coupled with a lasting and extraordinary relationship is the reason for choosing Whisman Giordano.
Every Whisman Giordano client receives custom and personalized attention. Below are some core needs we’ve identified over the years that are specific to the construction and real estate sector:
- Tax planning & preparation
- Audit, review & compilation of financial statements
- Forecasts & projections
- Representation before taxing authorities
- Banking & bonding assistance
- Budgeting & planning
- Succession planning
- Accounting department assessment
- Long-range planning
- Contract accounting tax review
- Succession planning / Exit strategies
- Employee benefit plan audits
- Payroll & bookkeeping services
- Cost control
- Cash management
- Internal control systems
- Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) audits