Randy G. Brammer, CPA, CCIFP

Managing Partner
Year Joined

Audits, reviews, and compilations
Accounting and auditing
Cash and accrual accounting
Pre-audit preparation
Internal control evaluation
Fraud detection
Employee benefit plan audits


Northern Arizona University, Bachelor of Science, Accounting
Grand Canyon University, Master of Business Administration, Accounting

Construction, Real Estate, Technology, Manufacturing, Distribution
Professional Affiliations

Certified Public Accountant - State of Arizona
Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) -Past Member of the Board of Directors
CFMA Young Construction Financial Professionals - Past President
Arizona Builders Alliance

Awards & Recognition
2021 Arizona Business Leader to Watch
2020 AzBusiness Leaders
2020 AZRE/Arizona Commercial Real Estate, People & Projects to Know
2017 Phoenix Business Journal, 40 Under 40 - Nominee
Speaking Engagements
"It's Here! Revenue Recognition (Topic 606) Guide to Implementation," CFMA, Valley of the Sun Chapter, September 2019
Personal Interests
Barbequing, traveling, golf, beach activities, spending time with his wife, children, and dog
About Randy

Randy has more than 15 years of combined public and private accounting experience. Working with small-to-midsize companies in Scottsdale, Chandler, and throughout Arizona, he concentrates on building stronger internal controls and improving financial reporting. Clients rely on his operational evaluations and improvement studies for informed decision making. Understanding the importance and requirements for historical financial information, he analyzes income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements for accuracy. As a Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional (CCIFP), he offers assurance and consulting services to general contractors, subcontractors, structural contractors, building owners, and real estate developers. Essential to operating a construction company, he understands the importance of lending and bonding. To meet borrowing and coverage requirements, he provides guidance on managing accounts and using financial statements. With small-to-large contractors, he shares best practices for cash and accrual accounting and allocating direct and indirect costs.

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