We understand that issues of cash management, supply chain resilience and meeting tight margins and deadlines are keeping you up at night if you run a construction business. Achieving profits and growth involves close management of finances, mitigation of risks and making smart decisions to ensure your projects perform; meeting stakeholder requirements and returning value for shareholders.
Our specialist construction assurance, tax and advisory teams have extensive sector experience, working with businesses delivering commercial, industrial, residential, and infrastructure projects.
We also act for construction service suppliers such as scaffolding and plant suppliers, demolition companies and water and renewable energy firms and we have a specialist team working with clients in the building products sector.
Supporting large and complex construction projects
If your challenge is delivering complex construction projects to strict deadlines, we can provide the effective finance, risk and reporting services that improve efficiency and minimise costs. Our Contract Services team will be able to help you get the right contracts in place along with a robust, commercially-focused governance framework that will reduce costs and risks.
Specialist construction tax advice
If you need advice on the optimisation of tax outcomes for your construction firm through tax structuring and compliance, Capital Allowances, Land Remediation Relief and Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT), Construction Industry Scheme (CIS), employment taxes or VAT, our specialist tax teams will be able to guide and support you. You can also ensure you make the most of R&D tax relief for your inventive and innovative solutions.
We can assist your business with Corporate Criminal Offence (CCO), tailoring our work according to its size and complexity and aligning our approach with HMRC Guidance.
Construction in 2022 and beyond: Navigating Construction’s challenging new landscape
Our latest Construction report includes the results of our 2022 sector survey, where we asked UK Construction businesses from a variety of subsectors, to share their views on how the industry is recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, addressing issues such as inflation, supply chain disruption and ESG, as well as learning what the future of the industry may hold.
Learn more about what the key challenges and growth opportunities are for the sector and learn how you should be preparing for a successful year ahead.