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Construction Executive of the Year
May 3, 2019


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Registrations

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Non Member

February 15-March 14

$1,245

$1,595

March 15-April 30

$1,295

$1,645

After April 30

$1,395

$1,745


*Non-member Full Conference registrants will receive a complimentary CFMA membership through March 31, 2020.





Upcoming Chapter Events


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Stephanie Weadock

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Welcome New Members

Lee Lee Hulston, Digitek Solutions

Jeffrey Nesbitt, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP

Dow Livingston, Industrial Power Solutions, LLC

Jill Maly, MFRG-ICON Construction

Jacqueline Samuel, Sprowls and Company, PC

Joseph Palitto, Sprowls and Company, PC

Kathleen Raby, Sprowls and Company, PC

Rick J. Kratz, Redden Construction, Inc.

John Armstrong, BMO Harris Bank

Rebecca Lauterbach, Icon Builders

Janell Wilmers, MFRG-ICON Construction

Matthew Swinford, Bunger Steel

Brian R. Youngs, American Fire Equipment Sales and Service

Sierra Singleton, Jokake Construction Services

Victor R. Pereboom, Victor R. Pereboom, CPA, PC

Melanie McCloud, Pueblo Mechanical and Controls, LLC

John Hutzler, Sundt Construction, Inc.

Rachel Graziadei, Wilson Electric Services Corp.

Eric LeeShanok

Deborah Smith, Mortenson

Logan Howland, Discovery Builders, LLC

Danny A. Burrell, Wells Fargo Bank

Hannah LaMarca, EFleets


Value of Membership

Our Mission is to provide value to our members and community by:

The Valley of the Sun Chapter of Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) is a broad based organization of professionals committed to serving the construction industry.

We are dedicated to member service by providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and a source of educational programs directed to their specific needs.
We strive to invest in our community through involvement in industry related issues and charitable endeavors.

Chapter Discussions

  • When this happened to us at Wickenburg, AZDOR said that we were disallowed from paying the lower rate because although grandfathering old tax rates is allowed at the state level, it is not allowed at the city level, unless the city ordinance declares ...

  • Melvin:  I have made the same calls to AZ DOR and Scottsdale.  I did finally receive a call back from AZDOR and was told they would get back to me with the "code".  Should I get a response I be sure to pass it on. Thanks, Nancy ------------------------------ ...

  • I spoke to the City of Mesa a couple of weeks ago. They said as it stands right now, nothing is grandfathered in, everything goes to the new rate (in Mesa). He did say they were working with AZDOR to get contracts in place grandfathered in, but it was ...

  • The grandfathered rate for Scottsdale will be reported as 441. Thanks. Kirt Kirt N. Nelson, CPA Controller Layton Construction Company 2355 East Camelback Road, Suite 800, Phoenix, AZ 85016 P 602.977.3064 ...