22 December 2015 | Louis Berger appoints industry veteran Kshitish Nadgauda to lead South Asia operations

Louis Berger has appointed Kshitish V. Nadgauda as vice president and managing director for the company’s South Asia operations, effective Dec. 22, 2015.

14 December 2015 | Louis Berger awarded $2.7 million contract to support first phase of NYPA’s SMART Path

Louis Berger recently won a $2.7 million contract to support the first phase of Strengthening Moses-Adirondack with Resilient Technology (SMART) Path, the replacement of the Moses-Adirondack transmission lines in St. Lawrence and Lewis Counties, New York.

2 December 2015 | Louis Berger names Simon Hemming international chief financial officer

Louis Berger has announced the appointment of Simon Hemming as vice president and chief financial officer for the company’s international operations.

1 December 2015 | Louis Berger consolidates its European footprint, appoints new regional lead

Jesper Damgaard has been named managing director for Louis Berger’s Europe division.

18 November 2015 | Louis Berger names Meg Lassarat as chief financial officer

Louis Berger has announced Meg Lassarat, CPA, as the firm’s new chief financial officer and corporate executive vice president. Lassarat brings more than 30 years of financial management experience to Louis Berger.

18 November 2015 | Louis Berger to design water and wastewater system upgrades for WSSC in two Maryland counties

Louis Berger was awarded a $7.5 million, five-year engineering and design contract by the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) to upgrade water and wastewater systems in Prince George’s County and Montgomery County in Maryland.

17 November 2015 | ASTEP and Louis Berger Partner to Advance Opportunity in the Workplace

Louis Berger joins ASTEP’s corporate lecture series to support professionals with Asperger Syndrome and similar autism profiles

15 November 2015 | A message from CEO Jim Stamatis: Solidarity with France

Louis Berger’s CEO Jim Stamatis calls for a global moment of reflection and silence at 12 noon Monday in solidarity with French colleagues following the weekend terror attacks in Paris.

12 November 2015 | Louis Berger wins $600 million IDIQ contract to support USAID infrastructure projects

Louis Berger recently won a five-year $600 million indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract to provide architecture and engineering (A&E) services for U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) infrastructure programs worldwide.

26 October 2015 | Louis Berger to modernize Cameroonian stadiums ahead of 2016 Africa Women Cup of Nations, 2019 Africa Cup of Nations

Louis Berger announced it is providing project management oversight for the modernization of several stadiums in Yaoundé, Cameroon’s capital and host city of the 2016 Africa Women Cup of Nations and the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations men's tournament.

22 October 2015 | Louis Berger among seven firms selected by USACE for $90 million IDIQ contract

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Kansas City District recently awarded Louis Berger and six other firms a $90 million indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity architect-engineering services contract.

5 October 2015 | Louis Berger recognized with two awards by ARTBA’s Women Leaders Council

Louis Berger's efforts to support diversity in engineering were recognized by the American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) with two high-profile distinctions.

23 September 2015 | Louis Berger-Egis International JV selected for 4.4 million euro transportation technical assistance contract in Guinea

A Louis Berger-Egis International joint-venture recently started a European Development Fund-financed 4.4 million euro ($4.8 million USD) technical assistance contract aimed at improving Guinea’s national road management capacity and public transportation infrastructure.

23 September 2015 | Louis Berger’s internship program feeds students’ passion for learning

Louis Berger commemorated the completion of its summer internship program with a presentation luncheon hosted at the firm’s Washington, D.C., office, where interns had the opportunity to share their contributions to projects that involved a number of disciplines, including architecture, engineering, human resources, industrial hygiene and procurement.

18 September 2015 | Louis Berger takes responsibility for former managers' actions

Company resolves improper business activities in 2010 and prior with nine-month JICA sanction.

25 August 2015 | Engineering News-Record selects Panama’s Cinta Costera 3 for best road and highway project honor

Panama’s Cinta Costera 3 (“Coastal Beltway” in English) has won this year’s Global Best Project in Roads and Highways award in Engineering News-Record’s third annual competition. Louis Berger provided design, technical advice and quality control services for the estimated $345 million project that has helped transform the city by improving mobility along this major axis.

24 August 2015 | Louis Berger honored at 2015 Historic Hawai‘i Foundation’s Preservation Awards

Louis Berger’s support of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) was recently recognized with a Preservation Commendation Award at the 2015 Historic Hawai‘i Foundation’s Preservation Honor Awards ceremony in Honolulu.

23 July 2015 | Louis Berger rolls out Envision sustainability rating system with Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure

Louis Berger has announced plans to implement the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) Envision® sustainable infrastructure rating system in Louis Berger’s U.S.-based and international operations.

21 July 2015 | Millennium Challenge Account awards Louis Berger’s third phase of construction supervision project in Senegal

The Millennium Challenge Account has selected a Louis Berger-led consortium for the implementation of the third phase of a major road rehabilitation program in Senegal, the Ziguinchor-Tanaff-Kolda-Velingara section of National Highway 6.

21 July 2015 | Louis Berger to support sub-Saharan Africa transportation sector development under A.C.P.-European Community Partnership

Louis Berger will support the development of the transportation sector in the African, Caribbean and Pacific (A.C.P.) Group of States, with a focus on sub-Saharan Africa.This 2.3 euro million ($2.6 million USD) project aims to promote inclusive political, economic and social development and support progress toward the Millennium Development Goals in A.C.P. countries.

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