Scott Thompson, vice president of environmental services at Louis Berger, won the “Green Award 2016” for his devotion to his position as chair of the Clean Energy Task Force (CETF) for the past four years.
Lynn Farrington, transportation engineer for Louis Berger and president of the Maine section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), took part in a discussion with other Maine representatives to issue a ‘grade’ on Maine’s bridges, roads, schools, airports, water systems and public transportation.
Louis Berger engineer's efforts help bring cable dehumidification to U.S. Peter Sluszka persevered in getting bridge owners to try an anticorrosion cable dehumidification system, created in Japan. Read more >
SmartRail World attends Louis Berger's new international headquarters opening in Richmond, London. The move from Paris expands the firm's foothold in the UK and Europe, opening opportunities to leverage its global expertise in the rail, highway, power, and water markets. Read more >
Phase 2 of the Mumbai Monorail has successfully completed its first trial run. Louis Berger is the project manager for the Mumbai Monorail, which is the first of its kind in India and is projected to bring significant benefits to commuters between eastern and southern Mumbai.
In an interview with Infrastructure Intelligence, Louis Berger's international president Tom Topolski and Europe lead Jesper Damgaard discuss relocating the firm's international headquarters from Paris to London and why it's a smart move.