EisnerAmper discusses construction firm issues including construction accounting, process improvements and revenue recognition.

Laying a Strong Financial Foundation for Construction Firms


EisnerAmper senior audit manager Mike Stuhltrager discusses the myriad business and financial issues construction firms should be up to speed on. Mike touches on everything from the latest construction accounting regulations to infrastructure spending. He shares that his advisory role is as much about process improvements as it is about revenue recognition and lease accounting.


David Plaskow: Hello and welcome to EisnerAmper’s podcast series. With an impressive roster of real estate and construction clients, we’re always interested in the latest industry trends and developments, as well as any related business and accounting opportunities and challenges. Today’s topic is building a construction advisory practice. I’m your host Dave Plaskow and with us today is Mike Stuhltrager, a senior audit manager specializing in the construction industry based in EisnerAmper Philadelphia’s office. Mike, welcome and thanks for being here.
Mike Stuhltrager: Nice to be with you Dave.

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