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In the News 2012

25 September 2012 | Penobscot

Residents of Howland, Maine recently celebrated the opening of the town's new bridge. As lead designer for the design/ build team, LBG provided bridge/ roadway design and construction quality control for MaineDOT.

13 September 2012 | All Africa

The Juba-Nimule Road, South Sudan’s first paved highway, was officially opened on September 12, 2012. Louis Berger provided design and construction management services for the vital 192-km road connecting Juba to the Ugandan border.

13 September 2012 | USAID

U.S. Ambassador to South Sudan Susan D. Page and President of the Republic of South Sudan Salva Kiir Mayardit inaugurated South Sudan’s 192-kilometer-long Juba-Nimule Road, the largest infrastructure project ever built in South Sudan, and the young nation’s first paved highway.

6 August 2012 | The Washington Post

The Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool will soon reopen after extensive renovations. Louis Berger is providing comprehensive design and construction management services for the rehabilitation of the reflecting pool and surrounding areas.

26 June 2012 | Engineering News-Record

The Engineering News-Record released its Top 100 Construction Management-for-Fee list, which ranked LBG ninth among 100 of the largest publicly and privately held US construction firms.

1 May 2012 | Engineering News-Record

One World Trade Center has reached a milestone 100 stories. LBG provides program management support to One WTC, which will be New York's tallest building at a height of 1,776 feet when it's completed next year.

10 April 2012 | Port Strategy

LBG's senior ports planner discusses the complex environmental challenges of port development. 

29 February 2012 | ArchDaily
15 February 2012 | The Architects Newspaper

Ammann & Whitney is providing structural, civil and security engineering design services for the clubhouse, tee box structures, driving range, arrivals/receiving building, chemical fill building and guard house of the new Mosholu Golf Course in Van Cortland Park. The golf facilities are being built above the $1.2 billion Croton Reservoir Water Treatment Plant.

3 February 2012 | EBRD

On 1 January 2012, thousands of citizens rushed to cross the new Ada Bridge in Belgrade. With its 200-metre tall needle-shaped pylon in the middle, the asymmetrical structure has already become a landmark feature of the Serbian capital, representing a modern international city.

7 January 2012 | EBRD
1 January 2012 | Road Traffic Technology
1 January 2012 | The Structural Engineer