In its inaugural ranking of construction accounting firms, Construction Executive magazine ranked Schneider Downs as having the 21st nationally ranked construction practice. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA with offices in Columbus, OH and Washington, DC; Schneider Downs provides a variety of professional accounting, consulting and business advisory services such as audit and tax services, cybersecurity, technology, wealth management and corporate finance to over 100 construction and real estate clients annually.
“We’re very proud of the practice we’ve built within the industry, and we appreciate the trust of the clients who are the reason we’re on that list.” – Mark DiPietrantonio, tax shareholder and construction industry practice leader.
Now in its 17th year of publication, Construction Executive is the leading trade magazine about the business of construction. In its August 2019 issue, CE published a comprehensive ranking of The Top 50 Construction Accounting Firms™ featuring breakouts and analysis accompanied by an article in which leading accounting experts discuss their construction clients' most pressing business concerns. To determine the ranking, CE asked hundreds of U.S. accounting firms with a construction practice to complete a survey.
Data collected included:
1) 2018 revenues from construction practice;
2) number of CPA's in the construction practice;
3) percentage of firm’s total revenues from construction practice;
4) number of construction clients in 2018;
5) number of office locations with a construction accounting practice;
6) number of employees with CCIFP certification; and
7) year construction accounting practice established.
The ranking was determined by an algorithm that weighted these factors in descending order of importance.
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