11 janvier 2018 | The Economic Times Louis Berger bags Rs 109 crore order from MSRDC

Louis Berger was awarded a ₹109 crore (17 million USD) contract for project management of the Versova-Bandra Sea Link (VBSL) by the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC). The sea link, a northward extension of the existing Bandra-Worli Sea Link running along the western coast of the island of Mumbai, will be an eight-lane highway, connecting the western suburbs of Versova and Bandra.
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2 janvier 2018 | The Financial Express E11 bidders evince interest I train lease tender floated by Delhi Metro

Kshitish Nadgauda, Louis Berger’s senior vice president and managing director for Asia, speaks to The Financial Express about how leasing coaches can make a big difference in ensuring the viability of a metro project in smaller cities. 

27 décembre 2017 | AEC Next Exploring the Functional and Aesthetic Roles of the Dragon Bridge

Chris Gagnon, Louis Berger’s senior vice president for transportation, shares his views with AEC Next about the iconic nature and regional importance of Dragon Bridge, one of the company’s most iconic projects, which has become a destination attraction in Da Nang, Vietnam.

16 décembre 2017 | Profile Magazine Funding the Future of Engineering

Meg Lassarat, Louis Berger’s chief financial officer, speaks to Galen Beebe from Profile Magazine about how she adopted a process-oriented outlook to reimagine the company’s business functions to develop faster and more economical processes, saving resources that can be reinvested into client-facing engineering and design services. 

13 décembre 2017 | Forbes Are we finally going to help Puerto Rico power up?

Louis Berger has won a contract, worth a potential $860 million, to supply temporary power to Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands after the devastation of Hurricane Maria. Louis Berger’s U.S. division has already begun work in the islands, deploying hundreds of people and hundreds of commercial power generators. This is not the first effort by Louis Berger to support communities following major disasters. The company aided the Philippines after Typhoon Yolanda in 2013, American Samoa after the 2009 tsunami, and New York and New Jersey following Superstorm Sandy. In addition to restoring and rebuilding systems for power, water, transportation and structures, Louis Berger also integrates resilient technology to withstand future disasters.

11 décembre 2017 | NJBIZ Louis Berger tackles next disaster: Puerto Rico

Tom Lewis, president of Louis Berger's U.S. division, recently led a group of Louis Berger executives to Puerto Rico, where the company has deployed hundreds of employees, subcontractors and consultants to aid with the recovery efforts in the wake of Hurricane Maria. The company has already deployed hundreds of emergency generators. But to plan for a more resilient future, Louis Berger will fund and test its distributed energy program with the integration of several energy sources, such as wind and solar, into a microgrid, which operates independently or semi-independently from the main power station.

27 novembre 2017 | Washington Technology Louis Berger awarded $860M Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands power contract

Louis Berger was awarded a potential $860 million Army contract modification to help supply temporary power in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands after Hurricane Maria devastated the region.
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23 novembre 2017 | CNBC Africa Louis Berger hired to support connectivity improvement between Cameroon and Nigeria

Louis Berger was awarded a 1.5 million euro (1.7 million USD) project management and construction supervision services contract by the Cameroonian and Nigerian governments. The company will be responsible for the construction of a two-lane bridge over the Cross River that will provide a safer, more efficient means of traveling between the two countries.

22 novembre 2017 | Engineering News-Record Hurricane-Hit Islands Look to Jump to Modern Power Grids

Louis Berger is proposing both immediate solar emergency generation and long-term microgrid solutions to provide resilient power to Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The company is currently working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as a contractor on the agency’s emergency generator mission on the islands affected by the devastating 2017 Atlantic hurricane season. 

15 novembre 2017 | Press Release Point USTDA Acting Director Travels to Asia-Pacific to Enhance Cooperation

Louis Berger was highlighted by the Airports Corporation of Vietnam for its role in the design and construction of the new Da Nang International Airport terminal. This recognition was made during U.S. Trade Development Agency (USTDA) Acting Director Thomas Hardy’s visit to Vietnam.