Brian Reingold

Partner, Assurance

With over 20 years of public accounting experience, Brian Reingold is a Partner in the Construction Services Group. As a construction industry expert, Brian has extensive experience in audit and tax and has performed a variety of consulting projects ranging from internal control set ups to construction dispute related services. He serves as the lead service provider for a number of the firm’s construction industry clients. Highly regarded for his knowledge in early stage advisory and business expertise, Brian provides value added services and solutions to clients.

As a former manager with the Deloitte Construction Services Group, Brian also worked closely with the manufacturing, retail and benefits plan industries. Serving there for eight years, Brian primarily worked on audits, special engagements and detailed consulting projects for multi-million dollar clients.

As a successful industry leader, Brian holds several leadership positions with the NJ Subcontractors Association including past president and actively participates in the Construction Financial Management Association, Utility and Transportation Contractors Association of New Jersey, Surety Association of New Jersey and Associated Construction Contractors of New Jersey.


BS – Accounting
The College of New Jersey

Certified Public Accountant in New Jersey

Certified Public Accountant in New York

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

New Jersey Society of Public Accountants

New Jersey Subcontractors Association – Board Member and Past President

Beyond Wiss

When not in the office, Brian enjoys spending quality time with his wife and children.

Community Involvement

As an avid sports enthusiast, Brian coaches for recreation soccer and baseball teams.

Fun Facts

If you could share a cross country road trip with someone famous (alive or dead), who would it be and what you would discuss/do to pass time?

Someone from American History such as Benjamin Franklin. I want to see life through someone else’s eyes and not just through a history book.

If you were not doing this, what would you be doing?

I would be in engineering.

How did you get your foot in the door?

I felt accounting was a good trade to have and coincidentally always liked math.