MORRISTOWN, New Jersey — Louis Berger is expanding its operations in Serbia to implement two newly awarded European Union-funded project preparation facility contracts with a total value of more than 12 million euros ($13.2 million USD). The firm consolidated its Belgrade-based business and relocated both administrative and project staff to one larger office space in the New Mill building at 15a Bulevar Vojvode Misica.
“We are honored to support the development of key infrastructure in Serbia,” said Slav Marjanovic, Louis Berger’s vice president for Eastern Europe. “Louis Berger has an excellent reputation for providing quality service in the region during the past 30 years, and we continue to grow our presence in Serbia at a steady pace. We are well positioned to support both public and private sector clients in solving their most complex infrastructure and development challenges.”
The New Mill is a class-A business building located three kilometers (1.9 miles) southwest of downtown Belgrade atop a hill overlooking the entire city and the Ada bridge, a Serbian landmark for which Louis Berger provided project management and engineering services during construction.
Louis Berger has worked in Serbia since the 1970s on large infrastructure assignments providing project and construction management services on programs with a total construction value of over 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion USD).
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