Benjamin Murphy Wenger
21 December 2017 | Louis Berger grants scholarship donation to Virginia Tech in memory of Ben Wenger

The Berger Charitable Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established by Louis Berger, is granting a scholarship donation of $16,000 to Virginia Tech in honor of Ben Wenger, a promising young engineer who passed away in September 2017.

 La représentante de la Croix-Rouge, Jessica Adams, accepte la contribution de Louis Berger de 60 000 $ de la part de Tom Lewis, Jim Stamatis et Jiri Maly de Louis Berger.
18 December 2017 | Louis Berger’s Give Back Campaign raises $60,000 to support Red Cross / Red Crescent disaster relief efforts

Louis Berger presented a contribution of $60,000 to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies last week to support communities affected by this season’s hurricane events in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Louis Berger is providing project management and construction supervision services for the construction of a two lane bridge over the Cross River at Ekok/Mfum, which is the border between Cameroon and Nigeria
23 November 2017 | Louis Berger hired to support connectivity improvement between Cameroon and Nigeria

Louis Berger was awarded a 1.5 million euro (1.7 million USD) project management and construction supervision services contract by the Cameroonian and Nigerian governments for construction of a two‑lane bridge over the Cross River at Ekok/Mfum, which is the border between the two countries.

Photo montage of hurricane-related images: waves crashing over a seawall, trucks delivering emergency generators, relief workers lined up to board a flight to Puerto Rico
17 November 2017 | News Recap: Louis Berger’s hurricane response efforts in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands

Louis Berger teams have delivered and installed more than 500 emergency generators with more than 400 people supporting U.S. government emergency power missions to restore power in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

State-of-the-art adaptive signal control (ASC) technology improves traffic corridor safety and reduces motorist travel time, delays and stops, thereby decreasing idling, fuel consumption and emissions.
9 November 2017 | Louis Berger wins ACEC-Maine Honor Award for its Adaptive Signal Control Technology System

Louis Berger wins a 2018 Engineering Excellence Honor for its Adaptive Signal Control Technology System that improves traffic corridor safety and reduces motorist travel delays while reducing emissions.

Ada Bridge over the River Sava in Belgrade, Serbia
2 November 2017 | Louis Berger honored with IRF Global Road Achievement Award for Sava River Bridge in Belgrade

The International Road Federation has recognized Louis Berger with a 2017 Global Road Achievement Award in the program management category for its work on the Sava River Bridge in Belgrade, Serbia.

Photos of Dr. Louis Berger and Fred Berger plus logo of Berger Charitable Foundation
19 October 2017 | Louis Berger launches the Berger Charitable Foundation

Louis Berger today announced the launch of the Berger Charitable Foundation, a non-profit committed to continuing the education and community development legacy of the Berger family and company.

Leif Dormsjo, senior vice president for infrastructure asset management at Louis Berger
12 October 2017 | Former DDOT director Leif Dormsjo assumes helm of Louis Berger’s infrastructure asset management practice

Leif Dormsjo will serve as senior vice president for infrastructure asset management based in Louis Berger's Washington, D.C. office.

Louis Berger staff and independent contractors line up to board an aircraft headed for Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands
9 October 2017 | Relief bound for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands

Louis Berger is supporting the U.S. government and private sector to restore power and provide other relief to the hurricane-impacted islands.

Louis Berger Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability Report
28 September 2017 | Louis Berger announces new Sustainability Commitment with the launch of 2017 Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability Report

Louis Berger's 2017 Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability Report outlines the company's social, economic and environmental performance.

View of San Salvador in El Salvador with volcano in background
20 September 2017 | Louis Berger awarded USAID project to strengthen local governance in El Salvador

Louis Berger has been selected by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to implement a five-year, $36.6 million project to strengthen decentralization and local government capacity in El Salvador in order to increase security and accelerate economic development.

A highway in southern India at sunrise.
30 August 2017 | Louis Berger selected as design consultant for interstate road modernization in India

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has selected Louis Berger to provide consultancy services for the preparation of detailed designs for two major road packages in southern India.

Infographic with the words "Smart Cities", map of India and graphic of an interconnected modern city with full services
24 August 2017 | Louis Berger selected to support the development of Smart Industrial Port City at Kandla

Louis Berger has been selected by Kandla Port Trust to deliver engineering and design services, on a fast-track schedule, for the infrastructure development of two large greenfield areas in the Smart Industrial Port City at Kandla.

View of Hyderabad, India, skyline
26 July 2017 | Louis Berger awarded Durgam Cheruvu Bridge design review contract in Hyderabad, India

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.

James G. Bach,  International division president of Louis Berger
12 July 2017 | James G. Bach appointed International division president at Louis Berger

Thirty-five year industry veteran takes the reigns for company operations in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.

E75 Highway in Serbia, for which Louis Berger provided project management and construction supervision services
11 July 2017 | Louis Berger selected to bolster Serbia’s EU funded infrastructure planning capacity

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.

Jim Stamatis, Louis Berger chief executive officer, stands with five Boy Scouts, holding his 2017 BSA Distinguished Citizen Award
6 July 2017 | Boy Scouts of America honors Louis Berger Chief Executive Officer Jim Stamatis with Distinguished Citizen Award

The Boy Scouts of America presented Jim Stamatis, Louis Berger’s chief executive officer, with its 2017 Distinguished Citizen Award.

People sit at a circular conference table for a contract signature ceremony for water and wastewater infrastructure modernization in Tulcea County, Romania
13 June 2017 | Improving water infrastructure to protect Europe’s second largest delta

A Louis Berger-led consortium signed a European Union technical assistance and design services contract for the modernization of the water and wastewater infrastructure in Tulcea County in Romania.

Logo of Louis Berger-Egis joint venture
12 June 2017 | Louis Berger and Egis enter joint venture to support U.S. mass transit, rail and freight market

In joint venture, exclusive partnership unites two top global rail providers, Louis Berger and Egis, to support world-class rail technology and design in North America

Aerial view of the Satala Power Plant in American Samoa, design-built by Louis Berger Power
6 June 2017 | Louis Berger and American Samoa Power Authority replace power grid capacity lost to 2009 tsunami

The new Satala power plant in American Samoa provides resilient and reliable power to one of the world’s most remote islands while providing a bridge to renewables.

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