Louis Berger will provide an independent design review of the main extradosed cable-stayed bridge, approach viaduct spans, as well as of the approach road, geotechnical interpretative report and highway alignment.
Two Louis Berger-led partnerships will provide more than 12-million-euro ($13.5 million USD) in technical assistance and capacity building services to support the Serbian government with project selection, prioritization and financing of transport, environment, energy and social infrastructure.
Louis Berger was the recipient of two American Planning Association (APA) Federal Planning Division (FPD) awards for resilient and community-focused projects in Breezy Point, New York and Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Louis Berger and the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) have selected Takudzwa Benox Mugabe (Newark, N.J.) and Hardik V Patil (Parsippany, N.J.) as Louis Berger Graduate Fellows for the upcoming 2017-2018 academic year.
The New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) has honored Louis Berger with its Most Innovative Engagement Partner award for its ability to create innovative and unique opportunities for NJIT students.
Ammann & Whitney won Diamond awards for the William Preston Lane, Jr. Memorial (Chesapeake Bay) Bridge and the Mohawk Valley Gateway Overlook Pedestrian Bridge at the 2017 American Council of Engineering Companies New York Engineering Excellence Awards gala.
On March 27, Sofia Berger will assume the role of senior vice president for U.S. transportation, Louis Berger’s largest and highest growth U.S. market. She is transitioning from her current role as senior vice president and managing director for Latin America.
Adelle Elia will assume leadership for Louis Berger’s global compliance and ethics function reporting to the audit committee. In this role, Elia will be responsible for providing direction and oversight to the firm’s integrity program.
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.