Telecom Engineering Firm Ramps up For Growth Due to Demand in Fiber to The Home

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BHC RHODES hires new business development manager due to high demand for telecom engineering.

Scott Brandt. P.E. Joins BHC RHODES

Scott Brandt, P.E.

“With telecommunication engineering services in high demand we are poised for significant growth for the next several years. Scott’s proven abilities to build relationships and guide sound business decisions will be key in successfully aligning our services with the right opportunities, wining major

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 in promoting the groups broad services to build new business and ensure current customers continue to receive the company’s “No Problem” service.

Brandt has an extensive background in business strategy which includes the roles of Executive Vice President of Engineering and Real Estate Development, Director of Construction and business owner. Over his twenty-seven-year career he has built and retained relationships through customer service, account management and business development for companies such as the Department of Defense (USACE) KC District, Taylor Forge Engineered Systems, and Townsend, Inc. “With telecommunication engineering services in high demand we are poised for significant growth for the next several years. Scott’s proven abilities to build relationships and guide sound business decisions will be key in successfully aligning our services with the right opportunities, wining major projects and achieving this growth,” said BHC RHODES Director of Utilities Services, and Executive Vice President, Bill Brungardt, P.E.

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