23 March 2016 | ENR.com Cleaning up Chesapeake Bay

Louis Berger is providing construction management services for a new wastewater treatment plant on Baltimore’s Back River, including one of the nation's largest enhanced nutrient removal construction projects. Reduction of nitrogen and phosphorous levels helps restore water quality and improve the Chesapeake Bay's ecosystem health.  

22 March 2016 | Sakchyam.com A small loan makes a Kamalari woman’s dreams come true

Louis Berger is working with the U.K. Department for International Development (DFID) to expand financial services to poor households in Nepal. As a result of a microloan through this finance program, Sita Chaudhari, once a bonded laborer, has become an independent entrepreneur who runs three businesses.

18 March 2016 | ASCE Vietnam’s Dragon Bridge wins 2016 OCEA Award

Louis Berger and Ammann & Whitney were recognized with the American Society of Civil Engineers' (ASCE) Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award (OCEA) for design contributions on the Dragon Bridge in Vietnam during the annual Outstanding Projects and Leaders Gala. The OCEA Award recognizes projects that best illustrate superior civil engineering skills and that represent a significant contribution to civil engineering progress and society.

15 March 2016 | USA Today Obama plans to kick-start U.S. business with Cuba on Havana trip next week

Sofia Berger, vice president and division manager for Latin America and the Caribbean at Louis Berger, speaks with USA Today on the topic of business regulations in Cuba and the business and legal challenges ahead.

9 March 2016 | Reading Eagle Work on Gibraltar Road Bridge planned for 2017

Ammann & Whitney, a Louis Berger company, is supporting the rehabilitation of Pennsylvania’s Gibraltar Road Bridge. The firm’s bridge experts plan to integrate a full superstructure replacement to the bridges 42-year-old frame.  

9 March 2016 | Engineering News-Record Best of the Best Highway/Bridge: North Tarrant Express

The 13-mile North Tarrant Express in Texas was honored with a Best of the Best Projects Award by Engineering News-Record. Louis Berger provided design services for a substantial portion of the $2.1-billion project led by a joint-venture of Ferrovial Agroman US and Webber.

4 March 2016 | Water Technology Carlsbad Desalination Plant

Neil Callahan, vice president for water services, spoke with Water Technology about the journey toward developing North America’s largest and most advanced desalination facility.

4 March 2016 | TeleMetro Panama Metro, the entity best valued by the Panamanians, will have 8 lines

Louis Berger is a member of the consortium developing the second line of the Panama Metro. The line is part of a $4 billion investment to expand Panama’s transit system.

1 March 2016 | Architectural Record Croton Water Filtration Plant

Ammann & Whitney provided structural and civil engineering services for the Croton Water Filtration Plant in Bronx, New York. The 290-million-gallon-per-day water-filtration plant, situated beneath a driving range connected to a public golf course, treats a third of New York’s drinking water.

29 February 2016 | Maine Calling Maine Infrastructure Report Card

Lynn Farrington, transportation engineer at Louis Berger and ASCE-Maine president-elect, joins an interactive radio segment to offer her expertise and insight into Maine's critical infrastructure issues, solutions and assessments.

26 February 2016 | Engineering.com The State of Cuba’s Infrastructure

Sofia Berger, Louis Berger vice president and division manager for Latin America and the Caribbean, and Javier Gonzalez, vice president of aviation services, discuss infrastructure modernization underway in Cuba and the need for sustainable development.

24 February 2016 | Huffington Post Ethics — The means and end of a liberal education

Rebeka Spires, corporate compliance and ethics officer at Louis Berger, was among the judges for the national championship of the Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl, an academic competition that combines the excitement and fun of a tournament with an innovative approach to education in practical and professional ethics.

11 February 2016 | Construction Equipment Guide PennDOT replaces seven bridges in Philadelphia over five years on I-676

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is undertaking a $65 million project to replace seven bridges over I-676 in Philadelphia, scheduled for completion in late 2019. Ammann & Whitney, a Louis Berger company, is a member of PennDot's project team and lead structural engineer for four of the seven bridges. 

4 February 2016 | FtLeavenworthLamp.com Planners look at historic Main Post

Fort Leavenworth conducted a charrette facilitated by Louis Berger as part of it's real property master planning process.

4 February 2016 | FtLeavenworthLamp.com Planners look at historic Main Post

Fort Leavenworth plans for its future growth and development in a charette facilitated by Louis Berger planners Ben Zitelli, Susana Arisso and Marina Hueners and architect Dan Bairley.

31 January 2016 | Informed Infrastructure Change Leader Interview: Advocating for Sustainable Infrastructure and the Envision System

Heather Unger, transmission manager within Louis Berger's power and energy group and chair of the corporate social responsibility committee, talks about the Envision system and her work championing sustainability, collaboration and positive change. 

28 January 2016 | Las Vegas Review-Journal Elevated roadways proposed to link McCarran, resort corridor

Officials in Clark County, Nevada unveiled an animation developed by Louis Berger that illustrates a pair of elevated two-lane roadways, free of traffic signals, that would move traffic north from McCarran International Airport to downtown Las Vegas. The proposed project is part of a broader infrastructure initiative to keep Las Vegas competitive with other resort destinations.

27 January 2016 | Kuwait Times Ministry announces partial opening of Jahra Road mainline

Kuwait's Ministry of Public Works has announced the partial opening of one of the world's largest elevated road projects, the Jahra Road Development Project. A joint venture of Louis Berger and Pan Arab Consulting Engineers is managing design and construction of the project, which will significantly increase mobility in the area.

26 January 2016 | Latin Correspondent Panama: plans for Central America’s first monorail on track

While Japan and Panama lay plans to build Central America's first monorail in Panama using Japanese technology, construction of Line 2 of Panama's growing metro system is being supervised by consortium PML2, composed of Louis Berger and Spanish consultant partners Ayesa and Metropolitan Transports of Barcelona.

15 January 2016 | ENR Suspension cable protection system makes debut in US

Introduction of the first suspension cable protection systems – dehumidification - in the US by Ammann & Whitney, a Louis Berger company, was highlighted in Engineering News-Record. Before Ammann & Whitney presented the state of the art system to the Maryland Transportation Authority, it was used by only 20 bridges around the world. This new system for protecting suspension cables has extended the system life by 25 to 30 years.