|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.
|Engineering growth: Q3 2013
PwC's quarterly review of merger & acquisition activity in the engineering & construction industry.
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|Assessing tax: 2013 tax rate benchmarking for engineering and construction companies
Tax rate benchmarking can give company executives valuable data and insight into their tax functions, helping them to evaluate departmental strategy and performance. This study provides a detailed analysis of tax rate metrics for 53 Engineering & Construction companies to highlight related trends for the industry.
|Shale Gas: New conventions for unconventional development for the engineering and construction industry
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.
|Assessing tax 2013 tax rate benchmarking study - Engineering & Construction analysis
Tax rate benchmarking can give company executives valuable data and insight into their tax functions. PwC's report Assessing tax, a benchmarking study for industrial products and automotive sectors, analyzes tax rate metrics for 316 companies, highlighting general trends and details by industry sector.
|Successful capital projects: How to become a player in the P3 market
More P3s will mean greater opportunities for US engineering and construction firms. Now is the time for US E&C firms get into this competitive game, but it’s worth learning the ropes before trying to take a leading role. Before deciding to try a P3, construction firms must determine their risk tolerance and carefully evaluate the risks and rewards of specific projects.
|A homecoming for US manufacturing? Why a resurgence in US manufacturing may be the next big bet
The manufacturing sector in the US is rebounding. Factors that could impact reshoring decisions include labor, materials, transportation/energy costs, market demand, the availability of talent and capital, tax rates, and currency fluctuations.
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