Research and development in the architectural industry
We know that architecture plays a larger role in our lives than most people realize. The structure and design of a building shapes how we experience life at home, at work, and in our communities. Because of this, architecture is a constantly evolving industry with innovation at the core of each everyday activity.
Many architecture firms are unaware that their work can qualify as research and development, and as such, they are not claiming the R&D tax relief they could be entitled to.
We assist architectural companies of all shapes and sizes in claiming tax relief for all qualifying R&D activity, helping to build stronger businesses across the United States.
What kind of architectural activities qualify for R&D tax credit? /h3>
Qualifying research and development in the architectural sector can encompass a broad spectrum of activities. Examples of such activities may include:
- Analysis of building materials
- Sustainability evaluations
- Building simulations
- Spatial optimizations
- Functional site planning
- Conceptual or schematic design
- Solving design constraints
As an architectural company, your firm has a strong chance of benefiting from R&D tax credits. At Ayming, we pride ourselves on our ability to uncover each and every R&D tax incentive available to you.
Our architectural specialists can help you make a successful claim
Ayming USA has the expertise to review the time tracking, contractual agreements, and other industry-specific documentation to deliver accurate results.
Our industry-specific tax credit consultants have hands-on experience and knowledge of the architectural sector. We always take the time to truly understand how your company innovates so that we can expertly identify all qualifying expenditure to help you make a successful claim for R&D tax credits.
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We’ve put together a handy, streamlined summary of research and development in the architectural industry.
Simply fill in your details to download your free factsheet and learn more about building your business with R&D tax incentives.