Phoenix-based tax and energy consulting firm, Capital Review Group (CRG) has added Jann C. Pierce to their team of tax, energy and engineering consultants. Ms. Pierce brings over 25 years of residential and commercial construction experience, as well extensive experience in energy-efficient technologies. Ms. Pierce is supporting CRG’s comprehensive tax service solutions through 179d energy incentives to building owners, architects, engineers and contractors.
Ms. Pierce has utilized strategic planning that includes lighting upgrades, high performance HVAC and building envelope technology to help numerous clients reduce energy loads. Whether replacing, retrofitting or working with new construction, her understanding of holistic systems approach, knowledge of high performance energy systems and methods of transforming existing structures into sustainable high-energy performers is a perfect match for CRG’s focus.
She has completed Gold Level renovation per New Mexico Home Builders Build Green Program, and her home will be featured on the USGBC Green Home Tour for a second year in June. Ms. Pierce has had an active leadership role on USGBC committees, has been associated with of International Facilities Managers Association (IFMA), New Mexico Solar Engineers Association (NMSEA), New Mexico Association of Energy Engineers (NMAEE), Green Build, Construction Specifiers Institute (CSI) and Albuquerque Energy Council (AEC).
CRG founder and CEO, Marky Moore, says, “Jann brings the perfect blend of experience, innovation and industry knowledge to our team. Her depth of knowledge, keen eye and history of client successes in energy efficiency will be instrumental in bringing maximum benefit from 179d tax strategies to CRG’s clients.”
Capital Review Group is a leader in providing up-to-date, specialized services related to green tax incentives, energy tax deductions, IRS compliance regulations and energy strategies including renewables. Using CRG’s unique approach, numerous clients have benefitted from successful identification of tax effects that yield immediate and dramatic financial advantage, as well as the application of discovered capital to high-value energy projects.