Joel Newby is a partner and leader of the construction service practice area. He also serves as a client manager specializing in assurance, tax planning, and consulting in the construction, engineering, and real estate industries.
Joel earned the professional certification of CCIFP (Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional). He has provided public accounting services since 1997 and has been at Redpath and Company since 2007.
Joel Newby, CPA
American Institute of Certified Public Accountant
Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants
Associated General Contractors of Minnesota
Minnesota Subcontractors Association
Construction Financial Management Association
Associated Builders and Contractors of Minnesota
Minnesota Paving & Asphalt Association
American Council of Engineering Companies
Construction, Real Estate, and Engineering
University of Wisconsin – Madison, B.A., Accounting
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