BHC RHODES Hires Utilities Business Development Manager


Scott Brandt

  Mr. Scott Brandt, P.E. joins Kansas City based BHC RHODES Civil Engineering and Surveying firm as Business Development Manager for Utilities Services. The company’s Utilities segment provides national engineering and construction administration services for telecommunications, electrical and municipal utilities customers. Fiber to the Home (FTTH) projects lead the segments revenue. Brandt will be instrumental Read More

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Fiber to Your Home


Fiber to the Home

  In 2012 Google Fiber launched in Kansas City creating a Fiber to the Home (FTTh) network unlike anything consumers had seen before. The service offered increased bandwidth and high speeds (for uploads and downloads) for each resident – with entertainment driving the need for reliable internet. The success generated from Google Fiber shows FTTh Read More

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Innovative Technology Connect Residents to Fiber


BHC RHODES partnered with Biarri Network to provide engineering in the transformation of Springfield, Missouri into a “Gigabit City.”   DENVER, Colo. — Biarri Networks announced its working relationship with Las Vegas based The Broadband Group to provide its innovative digital network engineering services with City Utilities in Springfield, Missouri. The $120 million fiber network expansion project will transform Read More

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Beyond the Tipping Point: What has Happened Since Wireless Guidelines Changed


To satisfy the rapidly growing demand for wireless broadband, wireless carriers are aggressively expanding their network capacity. In addition, a number of municipalities are moving forward with Smart City initiatives, accelerated plans for autonomous vehicles and a growing list of IoT products and applications. These initiatives continue to add to the demand for more wireless Read More

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Abandoned Utilities – Elephant in the Room


Installation of underground utility facilities is on the rise and likely will not be slowing down. More utilities are being buried underground than ever before. This is due to a number of reasons that range from being more aesthetically acceptable than poles, technological advances in equipment, the deregulation of the telecommunications industry, to the creation Read More

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