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In the News 2011

14 December 2011 | DCist

LBG is consulting on a study for the National Park Service to determine the feasibility of designating a segment of the Potomac riverfront in Georgetown, Washington, DC.

18 August 2011 | Sudan Tribune

Minister Anthony Lino Makana officially inaugurated the Board of Directors of the newly established South Sudan Road Authority, noting that work on developing and strengthening the quality of infrastructure in South Sudan has already begun through the support of the USAID-funded Juba-Nimule Road, the new nation's first major paved road.

26 July 2011 | NJ.com

Ammann & Whitney selected for Pennsylvania bridge rehabilitation slated for pedestrian bridge connecting Delaware and Solebury Townships.

8 July 2011 | Digital Outsider

A Louis Berger analysis has found that energy consumption of digital billboards has decreased significantly over the past four years.

3 May 2011 | Times of India

LBG has completed designs for the proposed Virar-Alibaug Corridor, which will cut down travel time by several hours and encourage development along the route. 

15 April 2011 | Albany Times Union

LBG's Albany office recently participated in the local component of the national food-donation and fundraising campaign CANstruction, on display at the State Museum in Albany through April 28.

13 April 2011 | South Bend Tribune

Joe Jancauskas, technical director at LBG, was a panel member and keynote speaker at the PV Power Up Summit and said solar is a vital part of a comprehensive energy strategy.

8 April 2011 | Asheville Citizen Times

Archaeologists found evidence of a settlement dating back at least 2,000 years. The investigation continued until the end of April.

20 March 2011 | MyCentralJersey.com

LBG handled the study of possible long-term improvements for the Route 22 corridor through Bridgewater and Somerville, NJ.

1 February 2011 | National Public Radio

By the end of this year, Southern Sudan should have its first paved highway to Uganda. The new road will cut the costs of imports and boost trade, which is critical for an economy facing high prices, high unemployment and almost complete dependency on oil. This highway is part of ongoing road reconstruction efforts of USAID and its implementing partner, LBG.

26 January 2011 | McClatchy Newspapers

Until a few years ago, the main road that connects Southern Sudan to the outside world was in as poor shape as the region itself. Today, six years after a U.S.-brokered peace deal, the road — which links Juba, the region's capital, with Uganda to the south — bustles with new life, and the current has reversed, now flowing northward. The road has become a lifeline for a rising war-torn nation.