Succession Planning

Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOP) are becoming an increasingly popular way for owners of construction companies to exit their business. According to data from The …

An Introduction to ESOPs for Construction Companies Read More »

As baby boomers continue inching towards retirement, the continuity plans of construction companies is becoming an increasingly common topic. There are many ways to transition …

Ownership Transition using Oldco/Newco Read More »

If you’ve decided that selling your construction company to a third party is an option that you’re interested in exploring, there are a few key …

Selling Your Construction Business to a Third Party Read More »

This is the second article in a series designed to help construction company owners understand the options for exiting their business. As we discussed in …

Exiting Your Construction Business: Sale to Insiders Read More »

When forming a construction business, few people realize that it is almost as hard to exit the business as it is to get started in …

Figuring Out the Best Way to Exit Your Construction Business Read More »

If you’re like most owners of construction companies, preparing for your untimely death or disability is not high on your list. Afterall, there are proverbial …

What Happens to Your Construction Business if You Die Tomorrow? Read More »

It used to be very difficult to provide surety bonds to ESOP construction companies, but fortunately that has changed. Part of that is due to …

How ESOP Construction Companies are Underwritten by Sureties Read More »

Given the limited market for third party buyers of construction companies, ESOP’s present an attractive alternative, but not every company is a good candidate for …

Is an ESOP Right for Your Construction Company? Read More »

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