Construction Business Practice Group


The bellwether of economic trends, construction businesses are often the first to experience the profit losses and layoffs of a market downturn. However, with good planning and financial discipline, these companies can retain their value. From strategic business planning, job estimating and costing, to tax compliance, RBF helps prepare construction companies for the long term.


RBF Assists Construction Companies by:

  • Dealing with bonding companies, surety underwriters and banks
  • Determining allocation and capitalization of costs under IRS Sec 263(A) and Sec 460(C)
  • Understanding “look back” rules and their specific applications
  • Creating project-tailored job costing systems
  • Securing financing from traditional and nontraditional sources

Talk to a Professional

Bill Rucci, CPA, MST, CGMA:

Vinny Botta, CPA:

Helpful Links


Section 179 back in tax mix for construction companies Scheduling depreciation and timing equipment purchases will be critical to maximizing tax benefits, says RBF partner Sal Falzone. Read the article.


Fine-Tuning Your Financial Operations Bill Rucci's article for construction industry executives appeared in a recent issue of The Professional Contractor magazine. More...

Four common tax mistakes that contractors make By not considering the tax implications of certain decisions, you may be leaving valuable tax deductions and credits on the table, writes RBF principal Vinny Botta. More...



For the details, download our Construction Businesses One Sheet.