BHI Welcomes Chris Clark to Our Engineering Team


BHI’s unwavering commitment to excellence is exemplified in the caliber of professionals we hire and our understanding of the critical role that engineering plays in the construction industry. That’s why BHI is excited to announce the hiring of Chris Clark to our team.

Chris is a licensed Professional Engineer with over 16 years of experience managing projects across diverse industries, including oil and gas, mining, commercial, industrial, municipal, and residential. He is licensed to practice engineering in seven states across the Midwest and Rocky Mountain regions of the United States. Chris was a part of the design team for the Naples Fire Station project in Naples, Utah, which selected BHI as the general contractor. This is one of the projects he is most proud of being involved with.

Daren Anderson, PE, BHI’s Vice President of Pre-Construction Services, expressed his enthusiasm, saying, “Chris is an exceptional, talented civil engineer, and we are thrilled to have him. His extensive experience and impressive track record in managing complex projects across various industries make him a valuable addition to our team.”

Chris is equally excited to join BHI, stating, “I am delighted to be a part of the team, eager to expand my skill set, and thrilled about the potential opportunities on the horizon.” With Chris’s extensive experience and skills, BHI is poised to continue its legacy of excellence in construction, engineering, and project management.

BHI is a general contractor with a national footprint specializing in vertical and horizontal construction in building, energy, infrastructure, and mining markets. BHI is dedicated to its Core Values and committed to providing a genuinely superior experience in every interaction.

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