Louis Berger will provide construction management services for the first phase in the renovation of Constitution Gardens, a historic 38-acre pedestrian green space on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
Edward Cohen, former CEO of Ammann & Whitney, passed away Saturday, January 28 at the age of 96. He started at Ammann & Whitney in 1949 as an associate engineer, before becoming a partner, senior partner, managing partner, director and executive vice president. Between 1977 and 1996, Cohen served as the CEO for the firm.
LBAS today adjusted its workforce to align with the new contract and scope of services signed with the Navy in August 2016.
A Louis Berger-led joint venture recently signed a 2.7-million-euro ($2.9 million USD) European Union (EU) funded technical assistance and design contract for the development of water and wastewater infrastructure in Gorj county in Romania.
More than 130 Louis Berger employees are now accredited ISI Envision® Sustainability Professionals.
Société du Grand Paris (SGP) has awarded Louis Berger and its joint-venture partners two contracts for the development of a new automatic metro named Grand Paris Express.
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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.
Louis Berger’s international headquarters relocation to the UK continues to make headlines as featured in Infrastructure Intelligence.
SmartRail World attends Louis Berger's new international headquarters opening in Richmond, London. Expanding the firm's foothold in the UK and Europe opens opportunities in the rail, highway, power, and water markets.
Louis Berger has been ranked once again among the top NJ firms by NJBIZ — #19 overall in NJ and #10 in North Jersey.
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.
Louis Berger's international president Tom Topolski and Europe lead Jesper Damgaard explain why relocating the firm's international headquarters from Paris to London is a smart move.