Stephen C. VanderBloemen, CPA, CFF

Stephen C. VanderBloemen, managing partner, has over 43 years of experience in public accounting including 41 years serving primary construction contractors; construction suppliers, credit grantors to contractors (sureties and bankers); and construction industry associations. As managing member, he is responsible for the overall services provided to clients including system planning, survey, design, selection, conversion and installation , computer consulting and continued system support, evaluation of project estimating, contract evaluation, management and control, claim analysis, preparation and review, litigation support, including testimony as an expert witness, continuity and business planning, general business consulting, business valuations, development and present training programs, audited and reviewed financial statements, long-range planning, tax planning and coordination of tax services.


Concordia College (Formerly Spencerian College) - Bachelor of Business Administration - Accounting 1969

Marquette University - Graduate credits and accounting courses

Continuing professional education - 80 to 100 hours per year. Training courses are related to professional updates, construction industry education and general continuing education.

Milwaukee School of Engineering - Fifth Semester. Construction Management Degree Program

Annual Training - Public accounting updates and reporting, industry updates and service line developments

Published Articles

Journal of Construction Accounting and Taxation

Insurance Institute of America contributor to chapter on Financial Statement Analysis

Construction Financial Management Association, contributing author of chapter - “Change Orders, Extras, Back Charges and Claims”

Associated General Contractors of America, Inc., contributing author to multiple construction estimating articles and construction training videos and workbooks

Contributor to multiple firm’s training manuals, training programs and construction related articles affecting financial, tax, claims, business continuity, planning, reporting systems and other business items

Co-author of The AGC of America’s “Construction Estimating & Bidding – Theory, Principles, Process” text book

Professional Activities

Instructor - Associated General Contractors of America Advanced Management Program

AGC of Milwaukee

AGC of Wisconsin

Member of various AGC national and local committees

Featured speaker for the State Chapter

Speaker for the annual Winter Workshop

Speaker for other financial and tax programs

Featured speaker at the Associated General Contractors of America - 1981, 1999 and 2004