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.
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.
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.
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.
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.