Highways & Roads
Modern highway infrastructure is essential to facilitating economic growth and improving quality of life. With increasing traffic congestion worldwide, improving travel conditions, constructing new highways and upgrading existing aging infrastructure is critical.
Louis Berger has worked in the highway transportation market since 1953, when the firm undertook its first highway assignment with the design of a major segment of the Pennsylvania Turnpike — the first superhighway in the United States. As active members of the Transportation Research Board and the International Road Federation, Louis Berger has become a leader in the field offering high-quality, cost-effective highway solutions.
The firm’s team of transportation planners, engineers, and operations and maintenance experts work collaboratively with our environmental scientists, economists, financial analysts and program and construction managers to provide our clients with full lifecycle support for their transportation projects.
- toll roads
- municipal infrastructure
- environmental permitting
- materials testing/quality control
- national and regional master planning
- operations and maintenance
- pavement testing and design
- site analysis and corridor studies
- toll facility financial feasibility studies
- travel demand forecasts