Revenue Recognition Resources for the Construction Industry

By the end of 2019, all companies that have financial statements prepared with GAAP principles will need to be ready to comply with the new Revenue Recognition standard. Given that these changes will have varied effects within the construction industry, Grassi has partnered with CICPAC to provide the following resources to help companies experience a smooth and effective transition:

  • Revenue Recognition Implementation Guide – This step-by-step resource will help you navigate the new procedures for identifying contracts, assessing performance obligations, accounting for uninstalled materials, choosing the right method for revenue recognition and more.
  • Revenue Recognition Terminology Sheet – Designed to be used in conjunction with the Implementation Guide, this document provides an overview of the key terms and concepts in the new standard.
  • Practical Aspects of Uninstalled Materials – Stephen Mannhaupt, Accounting Services Leader, contributed to this white paper that examines more closely how a contractor will account for purchased materials under the new standard.
  • Revenue Recognition Combining Contracts – This document provides specific guidelines and examples on how to combines contracts.

In you have any questions about the new Revenue Recognition standard or encounter any challenges during this transition, contact your Grassi Construction advisor or Carl Oliveri, Construction Practice Leader.

Carl Oliveri Carl Oliveri is the Construction Practice Leader and a partner at Grassi. He has over 25 years of experience advising owners and executives in the Construction industry, particularly in project-centric and companywide financial modeling, operational strategy development, financial statement accounting services and income tax method analysis. This extensive industry experience allows him to provide insight and advice to construction clients on marketplace trends and... Read full bio

Stephen J. Mannhaupt Stephen J. Mannhaupt, CPA, is the Partner-in-Charge of Accounting Services and the Co-Leader of the NYC Market at Grassi. Steve specializes in public accounting, forensic accounting, auditing, and management consulting for clients in the nonprofit, architecture and engineering, professional service, construction, and real estate industries. Since beginning his career in 1990, Steve has provided expert guidance to clients in specialized areas such as sustainability,... Read full bio

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