Louis Berger received an International Road Federation (IRF) Global Road Achievement Safety Award for implementing the Sudan Infrastructure Capacity Building Program: Road Safety Program in South Sudan.
Louis Berger won a 2010 American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) New York Engineering Excellence Platinum Award in the environmental category for the Stewart International Airport Vernal Pools.
Klohn Crippen Berger, a Louis Berger affiliate, won a 2010 Association of Consulting Engineering Companies (ACEC) Canadian Consulting Engineering Award of Excellence for its work on the Nam Theun 2 Hydroelectric Project.
Louis Berger received an American Road and Transportation Builders Association Globe Award for the Trenton-Morrisville Toll Bridge connecting New Jersey with Pennsylvania.
The Upper Diversion Weir is part of the Las Vegas Wash Stabilization program; it was an erosion control project that did so much more. The result not only protects the City of Las Vegas from flood potential, but increases the area of the nature center in which it sits and wetland beyond the weir.
Louis Berger won a 2010 Environmental Business Journal Project Merit Award for the Lincoln Park Wetland Restoration project in Hudson County, New Jersey.
The Trenton-Morrisville Toll Bridge needed to be rehabilitated and widened without changing the footprint of the bridge or impacting the environmentally sensitive Delaware River. Louis Berger met this challenge by adding a northbound lane, improving safety with reconfigured ramps and innovatively applying tested technology to widen the pier.
Louis Berger provided design and construction services for the $1MM gun at Picatinny Arsenal in the mountains of New Jersey. Using the SCat Gun, developers can subject their designs to actual launch conditions (i.e., high accelerations and spin) and then recover the prototypes for physical inspection, bench tests and evaluation critical to the designer/engineer.
Louis Berger won a 2010 ACEC Engineering Excellence National Recognition Award for the Narragansett Bay Commission Combined Sewer Overflow Abatement Program.
The Underground Construction Association of the Society of Mechanical Engineers chose the Narragansett Bay Commission Combined Sewer Overflow Abatement Program for its 2009 Project of the Year Award. Louis Berger was the Program Manager/Lead Design Manager for developing a comprehensive combined sewer overflow (CSO) abatement program that focused on the cities of Providence, Pawtucket and Central Falls, Rhode Island CSO service area.
Louis Berger won a 2009 Project of the Year award in the public works category from New York Construction Magazine for the Narragansett Bay Commission Combined Sewer Overflow Abatement Program.
The Society of Mechanical Engineers’ Underground Construction Association chose the Narragansett Bay Commission for its 2009 Project of the Year Award. Louis Berger was the program manager and lead design manager for developing a comprehensive combined sewer overflow abatement program.
The American Society of Civil Engineers chose the Rehabilitation of Economic Facilities and Services to receive a 2007 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award Special Award for Nation Building in recognition of the program’s efforts.