Message
Locations
Call

Popular Resources


10.28.19

Contractor’s Revenue Recognition Reminder Checklist

07.17.19

VIEWpoint Issue 2 | 2019

View All Resources

Recent Articles


View All Articles
Back to Press

Doeren Mayhew Recognized as Top 50 Construction Accounting Firm™

TROY, MICH. – August 1, 2019 – Doeren Mayhew, a certified public accounting and advisory firm with locations in Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Texas, Switzerland and London, has been recognized by Construction Executive as a Top 50 Construction Accounting Firm.

For this ranking, Construction Executive reached out to hundreds of accounting firms throughout the United States with dedicated construction practices to determine the industry’s leaders. Rankings were determined by an algorithm weighting factors such as construction practice revenue, number of CPAs in the construction practice, number of employees with the CCIFP certification and the year the construction accounting practice was established. Coming in at number 19 on the list, Doeren Mayhew reported 30 construction CPAs and $8.6 million in revenue from its construction practice last year.

Today, Doeren Mayhew serves more than 400 construction companies ranging from general and specialty construction contractors, to home builders and manufacturers. The firm’s dedicated Construction Group based out of the firm’s Troy, Mich. and Houston, Texas locations, is made up of more than 30 professionals that know the construction business, and its many segments, inside and out.

“It’s an honor to be recognized for our continued dedication to the construction industry,” says Thomas Hinsberg, CPA, a shareholder in the firm’s Construction Group. “We pride ourselves on our in-depth industry knowledge and ability to help some of the nation’s most prestigious construction companies navigate the complications associated with construction accounting, tax and business issues, while keeping a forward focus on their growth.”

To View this Resource

A quick registration is required to view our resources.
You will only be asked to do this one time (unless you don't save your browser cookies).

All form fields are required.