BHC RHODES Hires Mark Johnson, P.E. as Development Services Leader

Mr. Mark Johnson, P.E. joined BHC RHODES as Development Services team lead. His nearly twenty years of industry experience includes managing commercial and infrastructure projects, leading multiple discipline design teams, business finance operations and customer care. Mark has also been very active in professional and civic organizations across the central region of the U.S., including emphasis in the Kansas City metro through Kansas City Northland Chamber of Commerce and a past Board of Directors position for the Platte County Economic Development Council.

Mr. Johnson’s immediate focus with BHC RHODES will be to utilize his depth of experience with business operations to enhance project processes and efficiencies for customers. “We continue to grow and evolve because of our philosophy of putting the customer at the center of all our projects and going above and beyond to satisfy their needs. Our customers, community and development services team will benefit greatly from Mark’s expertise and proven leadership ability,” said BHC RHODES President Kevin Honomichl.

Mr. Johnson is a licensed professional engineer in Kansas and Missouri. He graduated from the University of Kansas with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and later received his Master of Science in Engineering Management.

BHC RHODES civil engineering and surveying firm was founded in 1992 and celebrates its twenty year anniversary this year. Based in Overland Park they have three office locations in Kansas and perform work locally, nationally and internationally. They are recognized as one of the Kansas City area’s leading firms ranking in Ingram’s Magazine Corporate Report honor roll, and featured on the cover of the Kansas City Business Journal and Commercial Journal magazine. Their expertise has been published in the APWA Reporter and Transmission & Distribution Word. They were voted one of the best places to work both locally and nationally. For more information visit their web site at