How to Thrive as an Engineering Firm for 25 Years


June 8, 1992 was a big day for BHC RHODES. Known as the founding day, each year it is celebrated as a reflection on how far the firm has come. Having the same founding partners, this year was particularly exciting as it marked 25 years in business. Relics from the past made an appearance on Read More

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5 Essential Tips for Engineering Students Transitioning from University to Office


It’s that time again! Graduation season is right around the corner, and for many eager grads that means it is officially time to transition from a student-centered mindset to working professional. We sat down with two of our Civil Engineering Interns, Spencer Sinkhorn and Terry Bondy, who are currently navigating that transition first hand while Read More

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Does the Long Eared Bat Affect your Schedule?


Construction delays are not uncommon in the A/E/C industry. They can be caused by the climate, change in project scope, design changes, subcontractors, etc. None of these causes are out of the ordinary but one fairly new cause of delays might strike you as odd, which is the northern long-eared bat (NLEB). The northern long Read More

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Utility Coordination is One of the Biggest Unknowns


Johnson County Gateway I-435/I-35/K-10 Interchange is one the busiest, most congested interchanges in the state of Kansas with around 230,000 vehicles using the interchange every day, according to Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT).  The project is a massive, multiphase reconstruction with goals to improve current traffic flow, prepare for future traffic growth, support economic development Read More

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