BHC RHODES is proud to announce that the 14th Avenue improvements project in Dodge City, Kansas has won the 2010 American Council of Engineering (ACEC) Public Improvements Award in the category for cities with a population of 20,000 to 49,999. 

BHC RHODES is proud to announce that the 14th Avenue improvements project in Dodge City, Kansas has won the 2010 American Council of Engineering (ACEC) Public Improvements Award in the category for cities with a population of 20,000 to 49,999.

Judges rate projects based on their benefit to the citizens of the community. “It’s been a privilege working with the Dodge City Public Works team, said Randy Gorton, P.E. and Project Manager for BHC RHODES. Joe Finely, Director of Engineering has been with the city for seventeen years and is very aware of the community needs. This award is an excellent opportunity to give well-deserved recognition to the city, their public works team and Pavers, Inc., the contractor for this project” said Gorton.

A plaque was presented to the city and BHC RHODES at an award ceremony held during the Kansas Association of City/County Manager’s Annual Conference in Garden City, Kansas.

BHC RHODES, civil engineering and surveying firm was founded in 1992 and has three office locations in Kansas. Their progressive work environment and “no problem” service led to their recognition as one of the Kansas City area’s leading firms.

BHC RHODES has been recognized by Ingram’s magazine, The Kansas City Business Journal, Commercial Journal magazine, MSNBC and Kansas City’s NBC News “Business In Action.”  BHC RHODES has also been awarded Best Places to Work both locally and nationally.  For more information visit their web site at ibhc.com.