Louis Berger’s work on New Jersey’s Garden State Parkway Interchange 9, 10 and11 was recognized by the New Jersey Alliance for Action with a New Jersey’s Leading Infrastructure Projects Award.
From the project’s start in 2004, more than 100 Louis Berger team members have worked to improve the Garden State Parkway Interchange 9, 10 and 11. The upgrades, which included the removal of traffic signals at three intersections and the reconstruction of intersections into full highway interchanges, were designed to alleviate traffic congestion and improve safety throughout Cape May County, N.J. Throughout the project development process, Louis Berger was able to maintain local traffic flow and skillfully navigate construction in an environmentally-sensitive coastal area.
With a mission of improving New Jersey's economy through the promotion of capital construction and infrastructure investment, the New Jersey Alliance for Action is a coalition of more than 2,500 business, labor, professional, academic and government leaders.