Research and Development Tax Incentives for the Mechanical Contracting Industry
Mechanical contracting companies may not realize that their activities related to the design and development of many types of systems may constitute qualified R&D activities, potentially entitling them to significant R&D incentives. If you think you have to be a manufacturer or software developer to be conducting qualified activities as defined by the Internal Revenue Code, think again.
If your firm is in the mechanical contracting industry, there is a strong chance that you could benefit from an R&D Tax Credit Study. Let alliantgroup's contracting experts help you claim the credits that you deserve!
Examples of activities and innovations eligible for R&D tax incentives include the following:
- Means, methods and construction techniques development
- Structure and facility design for constructability
- Construction equipment development and improvement
- Structural steel detailing
- Building Information Modeling
- Design for LEED/Green Initiatives
- HVAC design
- BIM modeling for sub-system coordination
- System detailing for constructability
- Mechanical fittings and routing
- Mechanical equipment sizing
- Pipe material selection and approvals process
- Installation means and methods
- Pipe design and testing
- Mechanical system design and testing
alliantgroup's Engineering and Contracting Industry Specialization Team
In order to better serve mechanical contracting companies, alliantgroup has developed an Industry Specialization Program that focuses on the qualification and quantification of R&D tax benefits for companies operating in the engineering and contracting industry, in which we include mechanical contracting. alliantgroup's Engineering and Contracting Specialization Group employs several individuals who have educational backgrounds and practical experience within the disciplines of civil engineering, environmental engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and contracting. alliantgroup has qualified and quantified credits for firms ranging from small, startup firms to large, multi-national corporations.