Louis Berger received an International Road Federation (IRF) Global Road Achievement Safety Award for implementing the Sudan Infrastructure Capacity Building Program: Road Safety Program in South Sudan.
2011 Awards & Recognition
The Federal Planning Division (FPD) of the American Planning Association awarded Louis Berger and Utah State University an Outstanding Sustainable Planning, Design or Development Initiative Award for the nationwide Feasibility of Energy Crops Grown on Army Lands study.
The Lincoln Park Wetlands Restoration project restored 42 acres of wetland, stream and salt marsh habitat in the Hackensack River in northeast New Jersey, providing new habitats for fish and bird species and providing coastline support against climate change.
Louis Berger won an Environmental Project of the Year Award from the Nevada chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) for the Regional Flood Control Master Plan project, which provides 100-year flood protection and a recreational pathway for a one-mile stretch of the Flamingo Wash in Clark County, Nev.
Louis Berger was recognized for its work at the Knights of Pythias Greenwood Cemetery project in Philadelphia with a Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia (PAGP) Grand Jury Award.
Louis Berger received an American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of New Jersey Distinguished Engineering Excellence Award for the Richard P. Kane wetlands restoration project in the Hackensack Meadowlands.
The Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) recognized the World Trade Center team, including Louis Berger staff, as Persons of the Year. Louis Berger’s work on the $20 billion redevelopment program at the World Trade Center has comprised more than two dozen individual projects.
Louis Berger was presented with an American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of North Carolina Engineering Excellence Award for the Crabtree Valley transportation study.