Louis Berger’s work at Jordan’s Queen Alia International Airport was recognized with a Gold distinction for the top public-private partnership in Europe, Central Asia, the Middle East and North Africa by the International Finance Corporation and Infrastructure Journal.
Louis Berger received an Engineering Excellence Distinguished Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of New Jersey for its wetlands mitigation assignment for the New Jersey Turnpike Interchanges 6-9 Widening Program.
Louis Berger received an Engineering Excellence Distinguished Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of New Jersey for the Route 33 Rocky Brook bridge project.
The Juan Domingo Perón Bridge over the River Tercero, designed by Louis Berger, has been recognized by the Argentinian Highways Association as the only bridge of its kind in Latin America.
Louis Berger was honored as the Large Sustaining Business of the Year by the D.C. Post of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME).
Louis Berger won a Distinguished Engineering Award from the New Jersey Alliance for Action for the Route 33 Rocky Brook bridge project in Hightstown, N.J.
Louis Berger was honored with the New Jersey chapter of the American Society of Highway Engineers’ (ASHE) Project of the Year Award for its Route 33 Rocky Brook bridge project.
Louis Berger was recognized with a New Jersey Alliance for Action Distinguished Engineering Award for the Garden State Parkway Interchanges 9, 10 and 11 project.
Louis Berger won a Leadership Award from the Newark Regional Business Partnership (NRBP) for its work on the Interstate 78/West Peddie Street ramp reconfiguration project.
Louis Berger won an Engineering Excellence Honor Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Maine for its application of innovative and sustainable design techniques on the Route 3 over the F.E. Everett Turnpike design-build project.
The Morris Canal originally extended from Pennsylvania to the New York/New Jersey harbor and served as a primary means of transporting goods in the region before railroads became a popular transportation means.
The Morris Canal originally extended from Pennsylvania to the New York/New Jersey harbor and served as a primary means of transporting goods in the region before railroads became a popular means of transportation.
Klohn Crippen Berger won a 2012 Canadian Consulting Engineering Award of Excellence for the project Innovative Tailings Management – Greens Creek Mine in Admiralty Island, Alaska.
Louis Berger was presented with an American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of North Carolina Engineering Excellence Award for the Crabtree Valley transportation study.
The Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) recognized the World Trade Center team, including Louis Berger staff, as Persons of the Year. Louis Berger’s work on the $20 billion redevelopment program at the World Trade Center has comprised more than two dozen individual projects.
Louis Berger received an American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of New Jersey Distinguished Engineering Excellence Award for the Richard P. Kane wetlands restoration project in the Hackensack Meadowlands.
Louis Berger was recognized for its work at the Knights of Pythias Greenwood Cemetery project in Philadelphia with a Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia (PAGP) Grand Jury Award.
Louis Berger won an Environmental Project of the Year Award from the Nevada chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) for the Regional Flood Control Master Plan project, which provides 100-year flood protection and a recreational pathway for a one-mile stretch of the Flamingo Wash in Clark County, Nev.
The Lincoln Park Wetlands Restoration project restored 42 acres of wetland, stream and salt marsh habitat in the Hackensack River in northeast New Jersey, providing new habitats for fish and bird species and providing coastline support against climate change.
The Federal Planning Division (FPD) of the American Planning Association awarded Louis Berger and Utah State University an Outstanding Sustainable Planning, Design or Development Initiative Award for the nationwide Feasibility of Energy Crops Grown on Army Lands study.