Engineering growth: Q3 2014
An incredibly strong third quarter saw a record setting number of M&A transactions, representing the most deals in a quarter since 2007.
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In depth: A comprehensive look at the new Revenue standard
On May 28, the FASB and IASB issued their long-awaited converged standard on revenue recognition. Our In depth 2014-01 provides a comprehensive analysis of the new standard and its implications for engineering and construction entities.
Assessing tax: 2014 tax rate benchmarking study for industrial products and automotive sectors
PwC’s annual issue of Assessing Tax provides a detailed analysis of tax rate metrics for 324 companies and highlights tax trends for aerospace and defense, automotive, chemicals, engineering and construction, industrial manufacturing and metals, and transportation and logistics companies. This issue includes a special report on the surge in international tax controversy.
US infrastructure deals 2013: More interest, but fewer deals
This PwC thought leadership looks at infrastructure investment activity in 2013 and trends in the US, as well as a look ahead to the prospects for deals in 2014 and beyond. It includes data on investment deals by sector and project types, along with expert commentary from PwC and executives at some of the leading infrastructure investment funds.
Shale Gas: New conventions for unconventional development for the engineering and construction industry - Part 2
This second publication of our 3-part series shows how engineering & construction companies can align operating expenses, capital investment, and resources across development and production for greater returns in shale well development.
Constructing change: A standard-setting roadmap
PwC has compiled a roadmap to assist engineering & construction companies with FASB/IASB standard-setting projects that are intended to improve financial reporting information for investors.
Shale Gas: New conventions for unconventional development for the engineering and construction industry - Part 1
To support the demand for shale gas production, oil and gas companies are developing thousands of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing well sites, posing a challenge to existing business models. Engineering and construction and oil and gas companies are reviewing the value chain to find new ways to meet the demand.
Tax technology: Creating a strategic asset
How do manufacturing companies use technology in their tax functions? PwC and the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation (MAPI) surveyed more than 100 companies to uncover leading practices and challenges in applying technology to the tax function.
New! PwC's Industrial Insights blog
Insights and commentary from Bob McCutcheon and other Industrial Products sector leaders. Join the conversation.
To learn more about how PwC can help Engineering and Construction companies address key issues facing their business, review the issues below and explore our E&C publications.
Our Engineering & Construction practice comprises more than 5,800 highly skilled professionals who serve 20,000+ engineering and construction (E&C) companies around the world. We specialize in providing tailored advisory solutions as well as assurance and tax services to contractors, house builders, building products companies, professional and support services companies, and governments, as well as private and public sector companies.
To ensure our clients gain the value of our collective insights, we continuously develop timely publications that address the complex issues E&C executives are facing. Additionally, our E&C professionals are actively involved in the industry, contributing articles to E&C trade publications, serving as speakers at industry conferences, and hosting a series of executive roundtable forums to analyze issues and share ideas. Furthermore, our practice believes in the power of collaboration, so we’ve made significant investments in supporting the E&C industry through our relationships with prominent industry associations.
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