WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
CEOs, Owners, Presidents, Partners and financial decision makers at architecture, engineering and sub-contracting firms.
Thursday, September 5th, 2019 from 12:00 – 12:30 PM CT
With upcoming filing deadlines and quarterly estimated payments, now is the time for architects, engineers and contractors to maximize the value of available government-sponsored incentives. Routine business activities qualify companies in this industry for not one, but two powerful incentives that can significantly reduce tax liability.
Join the alliantgroup experts for an informative presentation to learn how the technical talent you employ and the government projects you complete translate into lucrative tax-savings opportunities. Led by alliantgroup Director Neil Shah and alliantgroup Director of Energy Credits and Incentives Andy Gerstenhaber, the discussion will review which incentives your firm should be claiming, and how to benefit to the fullest extent.
- Architecture Firms
- Engineering Firms
- General Contractors
- Mechanical and other Sub Contractors
- Energy Service Companies
- Building Automation Companies
- Building Enclosure Companies
Thanks to our in-house team of architects, engineers, energy modelers and other industry professionals, alliantgroup has been able to deliver more credits and incentives to American businesses than any other provider. Register now to learn more!
About the Presenters:
Neil Shah is a Technical Director at alliantgroup, specializing in the architecture & engineering, construction/contracting and manufacturing industries. An engineer by trade, he has worked for a prestigious architecture & engineering firm, as well as Fortune 500 software and technology company. In his role at alliantgroup, Neil has worked with hundreds of small to mid-sized businesses and has helped claim over $250 million in credits and incentives.
Andy Gerstenhaber is a Director of Energy Credits and Incentives for alliantgroup as well as a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). He has been instrumental in helping hundreds of architecture, engineering, and contracting firms claim valuable energy incentives through the 179D energy-efficient commercial building deduction.
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