Who’s In The Economic Driver’s Seat?


The United States economy is on the up-and-up. According to expert predictions, the United States is looking forward to GDP growth, a dropping unemployment rate, stable inflation and a booming manufacturing industry between 2018 and 2020. What we are noticing is it is not just one industry that is leading the charge, but how many Read More

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Customer Service. Guaranteed.


Providing good customer service is an important philosophy in business. Some companies boast about exceptional customer service and how it is their number one priority. At least that’s what businesses want customers to believe. 80% of companies say they deliver great customer service. But do they really? All companies have their own way of defining customer Read More

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Retail’s New Groove


Gone are the days where traditional, mammoth shopping centers sprawl acre upon acre relying only on the classic anchor tenants we’ve all grown up with. Over the past several years retail has undergone a quiet transformation. With advancements into the digital age, and lifestyle trend fluctuations, retail and restaurant developments must be quick on their Read More

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Non-Traditional Healthcare is a Rising Trend


Historically, development as a service has covered a wide range of market segments. Everything from education, federal/military, commercial, office, industrial, mixed use, and retail, all fall in the wheelhouse of a development team. Specifically, over the past couple of years at BHC RHODES we have taken note of increasing demand in healthcare development opportunities. Two Read More

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Promontory Underground Basin: Breaking Tradition


Promontory is coming to Overland Park and bringing exciting opportunities for the future of the city along with it. If you’re not familiar with the development, Promontory is slated to be a $97.5 million mixed-use redevelopment project that combines active lifestyle, leisure and retail into one. Developing in three phases, Phase 1 is well underway 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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