Moss Adams 'Constructs' Dominant Practice

We are seeing a continuing trend in more mergers and multi-discliplinary practices thanks to consolidation.

Evidence of this is the Seattle-based accounting and financial services firm, Moss Adams, LLP, who now holds a dominant position over its competition within the construction industry.

This is due to a merger with another Washington firm, Thoreson & Co., whose has mostly construction clients.

Moss Adams, which generated $150 million in revenue in 1999, has more than 1,100 employees in Washington, Oregon, California and London.

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