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On Nov. 19, 2014, The Construction Association of Michigan’s (CAM) Board of Directors recognized Matthew J. Gurwin, director of business development of Michigan CPA firm Doeren Mayhew, and the firm for its on-going industry support.
The presentation of the Outstanding Industry Partner Award comes as a result of Doeren Mayhew’s most recent initiative to assist CAM in facilitating a three part construction roundtable series.
Designed to permit a dialogue among general contractors, construction managers and sub-contractors, architects, engineers, suppliers, service providers and owners, the series identified and prioritized the top industry challenges, as well as produced solutions to help create an environment conducive for success and sustainment.
Gurwin, the roundtable series’ moderator, played an instrumental role in the planning process and overall success of the roundtable series.
“Efforts by Doeren Mayhew and Matt Gurwin have produced an incalculable benefit and service to CAM, its members and the construction industry in general,” states Kevin Koehler, president of CAM.
Doeren Mayhew has been an active member of CAM for more than 50 years, among many other industry associations.
Committed to the industry and its success, the firm has built a dedicated group of construction accounting professionals to help companies navigate today’s construction challenges for sustainable growth.
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