The P&N Construction Group was formed to serve the needs of our clients in the construction industry. Members of our Construction Group have experience gained from providing services to clients as well as knowledge gained from their active involvement in industry groups, including the Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA). Our goal is that this experience and knowledge may help our clients develop efficient operational and financial processes.
P&N’s clients include leading general and specialty contractors operating in all types of construction including commercial, residential, industrial, and heavy and highway. These contractors range in size and complexity from remodelers to large, multi-company conglomerates conducting business in many states. The annual revenues range from $100,000 to several hundred million dollars.
The P&N Construction Group understands the industry and the pressures you face to remain competitive. Our professionals work with you to provide insight into your most challenging issues including parish sales and use tax, bonding and surety, procurement, risk management and pricing. By working as your strategic partner, we can provide innovative strategies and recommendations for making these and other systems run more smoothly in your business.
Our team is actively involved in the construction industry at both the national and state levels. We believe involvement in the construction industry gives us first-hand insight into the challenges and issues our clients face. In addition to working one-on-one with our construction clients, our team actively participates in construction industry trade associations by serving on boards, exhibiting at trade shows, sponsoring events, and speaking at seminars. We are members of numerous construction industry associations and organizations, including Associated Builders & Contractors, the Association of General Contractors of America, and the Construction Financial Management Association. Members of these organizations include contractors, managers, developers, and suppliers, as well as accounting, insurance, legal, and other specialists involved in the construction industry.