We enjoy working with construction companies. The construction industry is made up of hardworking people, and we respect the work you do. We appreciate seeing projects that our clients build, and helping contribute to their success. After all, the roads, bridges, and buildings are the infrastructure that makes the communities we love function.

The construction team at Kernutt Stokes has served the construction industry for decades and understands the unique needs of construction companies. This includes financial reporting such as compilations, reviews and audits, overhead audits, R&D tax credits, navigating bond requirements, GAAP accounting, and more. 

And while industry-specific expertise is important, we take a holistic approach to our clients’ business, starting with a clear understanding of the business itself and the goals of the owners. This includes providing tax consulting and compliance, retirement plan administration, succession planning, estate planning, and other considerations unique to each company.  

Kernutt Stokes is a member of the Association of General Contractors (AGC), a sponsor of the AGC Golf Tournament, and a member of The National Association of Women in Construction.  

If you’re looking for a partner that will help build your business while you are building for others, we would welcome a phone call or email.

Meet Our Construction Team

Kaitlyn Coburn, CPA and Pat Deming, CPA, Partner
“Seeing a finished building or road that one of our clients built gives me a sense of satisfaction, knowing I played a small role in making that happen. It’s one of the things I like about working with construction companies.”
- Pat Deming, CPA, Partner

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Information and Resources

What to Look For in a CPA

Not all CPAs or tax returns are the same. Partner Jonathan Powell shares what you should be looking for in your CPA and what makes Kernutt Stokes different than other CPA firms.​ Learn more about our tax services.

What to Look For in an Auditor

Is your business looking for a new auditor? Kernutt Stokes Partner Pat Deming shares what you should look for when selecting an auditor.

Is Your Company Effectively Managing Tax Risk?

The concept of “tax risk” is an important and regular topic of discussion across organizations and in boardrooms, and for good reason. Businesses that operate across state lines or internationally can in certain cases trigger tax liabilities in jurisdictions where they do not have a physical presence.

Changes to Lease Accounting

If you are a business owner, CFO, lender, or investor, you have probably long heard rumors of a new lease standard coming in the world of accounting. In fact, you have probably heard about it for so long that you don’t even remember when or what it is all about at this point.