Major construction owners, like theme parks, hotels and airports saw their business come to a grinding halt. Has 2021 returned to "normal" or is ..
construction and development still feeling th results of COVID? In this session, Jim Bourke will discuss technology’s role in keeping our profession functional and relevant. The recent pandemic forced change onto our profession and with that change came massive disruption on how we do business and collaborate with our clients. You’ll walk away from this session with a new appreciation and awareness about some of the unique technologies that are ready to take our profession to the next level as well a clear directive to your IT support personnel on the technologies and platforms that should currently be under consideration to allow your practice to function whether your staff are working in the office or working remotely. With his extensive expertise in tax in tax method changes, tangible property regulations (263(a)), depreciation (168), NOL, 263A, A & A in auditing (12th year as author of CCH’s Engagement construction audit programs) to. An accomplished financial business executive, he performs a variety of engagements for nonprofit, government, construction, healthcare and SEC.