SR&ED tax credit claims

Qualifying expenditure for construction contractors.

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SR&ED tax credit claims

Qualifying expenditure
for construction contractors

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Specialist Plant & Equipment

If your business adapts plant and equipment to overcome unique construction challenges, the internal and subcontract costs for doing are most likely eligible under the SR&ED tax credit scheme. This includes everything from tower cranes and piling rigs to hand tools.

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Sustainable solutions

Sustainable solutions to reduce carbon emissions, waste and other environmentally damaging effects frequently qualify for the SR&ED tax credit program. These can be solutions that minimize impact during construction or those that improve the sustainability of the finished asset.

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Constrained sites

Solutions to overcome construction challenges on constrained and active sites are a significant source of SRE&D tax credit claims for contractors and engineers. These could be solutions to minimize vibration, noise or methodologies to ensure business-as-usual in live environments.

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Sub-systems integration

The complex integration of incompatible building sub-systems is an area that requires engineers to overcome significant technological uncertainty, particularly in refurbishment projects. Such systems include ventilation, heating, cooling, lighting and dehumidification.

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Challenging ground conditions

Solutions to overcome unusual and challenging ground conditions during piling, excavation and tunnelling frequently qualify for SR&ED tax credits. This could be due to contamination, uncompacted fill, water saturation or unsuitable geology.

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Modular and MMC

Modular and precast construction techniques frequently qualify under CRA rules. Claims are typically made for prototyping and manufacturing of new structure types as well as optimization and experimentation with new building processes.

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