Valuing electrical contracting companies presents several unique challenges including the business’s work backlog, underlying contracts, and bonding requirements, to name a few. With increased activity in the sales of electrical contracting companies, BVR's special report, What It’s Worth: Valuing Electrical Contracting Companies, is your resource for understanding the accounting, operational, and workforce components that affect value within this dynamic industry.
With guidance from valuation experts Erin Hollis, Matthew Crane, and others, this report explores the components that go into valuing electrical contractors, as well as the risk factors associated with their operations.
In addition, it provides a perspective for company owners on how to maximize their business value and plan for the future. Power up your electrical contractor valuation expertise with this must-have resource.
By Erin Hollis, ASA, CDBV (Marshall & Stevens, Inc.)
Section I: Value Drivers and Valuation of Electrical Contracting Companies
Chapter 1. Unique Factors that Drive Electrical Contracting Company Value
Chapter 2. Methods for Valuing Electrical Contracting Companies (A Case Study)
Chapter 3. Special Considerations in Valuing Electrical Contracting Companies
Chapter 4. The Cost Approach May Be the Best for Construction Firms-Here’s Why
By Matthew Crane, ASA, CPA/ABV (Marshall & Stevens, Inc.)
Chapter 5. Current Market for Electrical Contracting Companies
Section II: Selling An Electrical Contracting Company And Succession Planning
Chapter 6. How Electrical Contracting Companies Are Sold: Planning a Successful Exit Strategy
Chapter 7. Succession Planning Builds Electrical Contractor Company Value
Section III: Electrical Contracting Company Value Benchark Data And Additional Resources
Chapter 8. Electrical Contracting Company Valuation Multiples Based on Pratt’s Stats Data
Chapter 9. Pricing Electrical Contractors-Rules of Thumb
Chapter 10. Additional Resources for Research on Electrical Contracting Companies