BHC RHODES Hires Adam Kline as Project Manager

Adam Kline, P.E. joined BHC RHODES as a Project Manager in their Utilities Services segment where he will also serve in a process management function for the entire company. Kline has a Six Sigma Black Belt certification and fifteen years of experience in roles as a business analyst, process manager and project manager.

“We want to provide our customers with the best possible experience when they select to work with us, and part of that requires doing everything possible to streamline our processes,” said BHC RHODES’ President, Kevin Honomichl. “In Adam’s process management functions, he will help discover any inefficiencies and the customer will benefit from the results.”

In Kline’s project manager role he will work on telecommunications projects nationwide. This area of business is where the company has seen its biggest growth over the last few years. “We’re seeing huge opportunities in broadband infrastructure and joint use which is driving our need to hire a variety of both in-house and field positions,” said Bill Brungardt, Director of Utilities Services.

Kline has a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial engineering from Iowa State University.

BHC RHODES, a civil engineering and surveying firm, was founded in 1992 and is based in Overland Park, Kansas. They provide professional services for telecommunications, public works and development customers. BHC RHODES offers services from office locations in the Kansas City metropolitan area, western Kansas and south central Texas. BHC RHODES was recognized in 2014 as one of the top area engineering firms by the Kansas City Business Journal and Ingram’s Magazine. Their expertise has been published in numerous magazines such as APWA Reporter, and Transmission & Distribution World. For more information, visit their web site at