Nathaniel (Nate) Haugh is an analytical and innovative expert in financial information systems, data science, and cross-functional reporting. He has a track record of dependability and integrity, as well as an in-depth understanding of construction accounting, contracts, and risks.
- Responsible for all accounting and financial reporting activities for Smoot Construction Company affiliated Joint Venture entities and other owner related parties in accordance with GAAP.
- Provided detailed litigation support in the form of forensic accounting analysis, interrogatory response(s), and assessment of claims in ongoing disputes.
- Controlled all accounting operations for $430M+ gross revenue over five corporate offices ensuring proper use of internal controls, timely reconciliations, and detailed analysis of period performance. Full charge of general ledger and consolidated financial statement reporting in accordance with GAAP.
- Served as the lead accountant on $240M four-year project conducting financial analysis and coordinating with third party consulting firms to disseminate critical financial information to outside counsel.
- Managed six direct reports and financial activities for three construction sectors totaling over $1.4B in contract value with oversight of all AP, AR and cash flow reporting.
- Led team of accountants and operations personnel through successful transition of accounting systems from Sage 300 to Oracle JD Edwards systems post acquisition of competitor ensuring accuracy and timely transition.
- Programed and implemented custom reporting library for accounting department leading to 25% increase in efficiency by reducing manual review of data for corrections/errors. Developed reports to assist with HITT’s implementation and compliance with ASC 606 and compliance across all sectors.
- Managed financial reporting, maintained deliverables on high dollar insurance claims, and developed financial reports and analysis.
- Spearheaded accounting process for $2.5M in revenue and $2.3M in expenses and manufacturing costs.