To meet the specific needs of contractors, construction material manufacturers, home builders and related trades within the construction industry, these companies turn to us when they need a firm that has experience in the construction industry. Because we understand construction accounting and financial management, contractors and construction related organizations rely upon our experience.

At Crosslin, we work with everyone from small contractors to multi-million dollar contractors with projects in multiple states and even outside the United States. Our construction accounting customers range from residential and industrial to construction material manufacturers.

Let our team work with you to handle your compliance requirements and help you increase your operations.


Tax Services

Planning, preparation, and tax controversy support for construction firms that desire accurate and timely tax filings.


As every construction firm is unique, we tailor our audits/reviews to the particular needs of the contractor or construction firm.

Cash Flow Analysis

Construction firms and contractors often go out of business because they run out of cash - not because they run out of projects.

Financial Management

Our business consultants consider the wide variety of external factors that determine the success of a construction firm or contractor.

Employee Benefits

In a competitive labor market contractors need to view employee benefits as a tool to keep key employees and minimize turnover.

Equipment Costing

Construction equipment represents large financial investments, and equipment used in projects should be costed to customers accurately.

Overhead Rate Analysis

Crosslin assists contractors as they review their overhead rates, identify trends, and perform budget planning in order to maximize profitability.

Succession Planning

More than 50% of construction company owners are older than 55, and less than half of them have a succession plan in place.

Tax Consulting

Tax consulting in the construction industry means managing constant changes in environmental, labor, ergonomic, and tax regulations.