What It's Worth: Architecture and Engineering Firm Value
Determining the value of an architecture or engineering (A/E) firm is a complex assignment. In this fragmented industry, the structure of firm ownership and the types of services they perform varies wildly. Adding to the puzzle is a business model that relies less on tangible assets than it does on intangibles such as client mix, key employees and more. Both business appraisers and firm owners need to understand all of the intricacies of an A/E firm business model including client mix, the sources of contracts, a firm's exposure to market sectors, and the depth of its management and design talent to truly understand what drives and creates value.
In this BVR special report, What It's Worth: Architecture and Engineering Firm Value, experts home in on these issues to help business valuators, business brokers, and A/E practice owners understand the nuances to valuing a firm, along with data analysis that reveals the latest benchmarks in A/E firm value.
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