Dr. Louis Berger founded this company 60 years ago based on the notion that through our work, we should leave lasting and positive impacts on the social, economic and physical well-being of the communities where we work and live.
This mission has driven Louis Berger to work in nearly every country on the globe, specifically in developing nations and those with differing laws, cultures and business pressures.
Louis Berger understands our clients and partners expect us to perform project work in areas where the risk of corruption is high, while meeting all applicable anti-corruption legislation and delivering high quality professional projects. The company maintains a proactive compliance and ethics program based on a code of business conduct that provides consistent ethical standards.
Louis Berger management sets the “tone at the top” for a positive ethical workplace environment. Employees enjoy a work place where training is offered and where concerns can be raised, guidance requested or allegations can be made in a retaliation-free environment. Louis Berger encourages employees to ask questions and report concerns so that issues can be promptly corrected.
We offer several methods by which employees, business partners, clients and the public can report ethics, fraud or compliance concerns, complaints or violations. Where legally permitted, anonymous reports may be made through our hotline/helpline, managed by independent provider NAVEX Global, at louisberger.ethicspoint.com. NAVEX Global telephone operators are also available at +1.877.315.9932 and through additional phone lines in available countries, which are listed at louisberger.ethicspoint.com.
Individuals who do not require anonymity can send an email to email@example.com or send a letter by mail or courier to:
Office of Compliance and Ethics
1250 23rd Street NW
Washington, DC 20037
A representative of the Compliance and Ethics program will receive the communication and will review the concern.
NOTE: These resources are not operated by Louis Berger, so we are unable to address concerns reported to the entities below.