The 70,000sf renovation of and 67,000sf addition to the Queens Museum, designed by Grimshaw with Ammann & Whitney as Architect of Record and Structural Engineer, will officially reopen on Saturday, November 9. 2013.
Ammann & Whitney's design for the rehabilitation of 6 bridges surrounding Amtrak's historic 30th Street Station in Philadelphia for PennDOT District 6 is the cover story of the October 2013 issue of "PennDOT Digest."
U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Stephen Beecroft and USAID Deputy Mission Director David Harden celebrated the success of the U.S. Agency for International Development’s five-year, $192 million Provincial Economic Growth Program-Tijara, implemented by Louis Berger.
Residents of Howland, Maine recently celebrated the opening of the town's new bridge. As lead designer for the design/ build team, LBG provided bridge/ roadway design and construction quality control for MaineDOT.
The Juba-Nimule Road, South Sudan’s first paved highway, was officially opened on September 12, 2012. Louis Berger provided design and construction management services for the vital 192-km road connecting Juba to the Ugandan border.
U.S. Ambassador to South Sudan Susan D. Page and President of the Republic of South Sudan Salva Kiir Mayardit inaugurated South Sudan’s 192-kilometer-long Juba-Nimule Road, the largest infrastructure project ever built in South Sudan, and the young nation’s first paved highway.
The Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool will soon reopen after extensive renovations. Louis Berger is providing comprehensive design and construction management services for the rehabilitation of the reflecting pool and surrounding areas.