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R&D Tax Credits for the A/E/C industry, Part 2: It’s not a “show about nothing” for architects

Justin DiLauro, BSE, JD, CMQ/OE

I’ve been fortunate to work with many architecture firms in my career, ranging from small start-up firms with less than $1 million in annual revenues, to well-established firms with hundreds of millions of dollars in annual revenues.  The manner in which architects design a building as an integrated unit of various interrelated sub-systems, while keeping client requirements, building codes, engineering concerns, and contractor considerations is truly something of an art and a science.  It’s no wonder that George Costanza from the 90’s sitcom, Seinfeld, always wanted to pretend to be an architect.  But unlike the “show about nothing,” when it comes to R&D Tax Credits for architects, it’s not about nothing, and on the contrary, it’s really quite something. Continue reading R&D Tax Credits for the A/E/C industry, Part 2: It’s not a “show about nothing” for architects

R&D Tax Credits for the A/E/C Industry, Part 1: Architects, Engineers, and Contractors – OH MY!

Continue reading R&D Tax Credits for the A/E/C Industry, Part 1: Architects, Engineers, and Contractors – OH MY!