Kreischer Miller is proud to announce that we have recently become an exclusive member of CICPAC, a national association of CPA firms that specialize in serving construction companies. Kreischer Miller is the only CICPAC member in the Greater Philadelphia area.

CICPAC members have vast knowledge, respectable histories, and high quality financial and consulting service teams. The association brings together more than 75 accounting firms that serve over 11,000 construction companies. Membership is territorially exclusive and members must demonstrate proficiency in the construction industry to be eligible. Additionally, members must maintain a solid reputation for providing the highest quality work products and integrity in the industry.

CICPAC member firms must meet the following requirements:

  • Solid reputation in the construction industry – Each member must maintain a strong reputation amongst peers in the industry for providing the highest-quality work and showing the utmost integrity.
  • Revenues from construction industry clients – All firms must establish to CICPAC leadership a material recurring annual revenue base from construction industry clients.
  • Be territory-exclusive – Only a strong, established, dedicated firm will be granted exclusivity for a metropolitan area.
  • References – Application for CICPAC membership requires surety, legal, and banking references confirming quality of services to construction industry clients.
  • Review process – The CICPAC membership committee reviews applications, checks references, and pre-screens applicants.

For more information about CICPAC or for a listing of all member firms nationwide, visit the association’s website.


Learn more about Kreischer Miller’s services for the construction industry here. For more information or to discuss your company’s needs, contact our Construction Industry Group Co-Leaders Carlo R. Ferri, Director, Tax Strategies or Mark A. Guillaume, Director, Audit & Accounting.

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