1 March 2018 | Civil + Structural Engineer Louis Berger selected to support North Concourse program at Salt Lake City International Airport

Louis Berger is providing staff augmentation to the airport in several areas, including terminal redevelopment and concourse construction, delivery, baggage-handling systems planning, installation, commissioning and turnover, landside and airside utilities field engineering support, MEP systems planning, installation and commissioning, and subcontractor trade invoicing support. Louis Berger has 30 years of experience working in the aviation sector.

1 March 2018 | Infrastructure Today Low-value projects are among the most challenging

Kshitish Nadgauda, Louis Berger senior vice president and managing director for Asia, speaks to Infrastructure Today on how government investment will continue to provide traction to infrastructure development in India. 

26 February 2018 | Yourstory Women have to go the extra mile to prove their commitment and capabilities: Shefali Saxena

Shefali Saxena, Louis Berger chief operating officer for Asia, shares her views on a plethora of subjects, including her role at Louis Berger, facing the glass ceiling, women in leadership positions and her future plans.

15 February 2018 | Business World The big infra challenge

Kshitish Nadgauda, Louis Berger senior vice president and managing director for Asia, speaks to Business World about two key infrastructure projects – the Chenani-Nashri tunnel and the Hyderabad Metro Rail – in India. 

13 February 2018 | Civil + Structural Engineer Berger Charitable Foundation supports IRF Fellowship Program

The Berger Charitable Foundation is proud to support Helen Karla Ramalho de Farias Pinto through its donation to the International Road Federation Fellowship Program. Helen, a graduate student at Northwestern University, is the recipient of the Louis Berger-named Fellowship for 2018.

8 February 2018 | Forbes A ray of sunshine falls on Puerto Rico

Resilient energy solutions for Puerto Rico and Louis Berger’s recent pro bono efforts on Puerto Rico are the focus of Tom Lewis's conversation with Forbes. Louis Berger is not only restoring power, but trying to do so using more modern, resilient, and sustainable technologies, specifically solar microgrids.

6 February 2018 | AEC Next Louis Berger goes beyond recovery efforts in Puerto Rico to enable a renewable future

Tom Lewis, Louis Berger U.S. division president, speaks to AEC Next about the company’s ongoing recovery efforts in Puerto Rico and the new pro bono demonstration project to provide solar hybrid and microgrid solutions to La Perla de Gran Percio in Bayamón, Puerto Rico. 

2 February 2018 | Telemundo Ayudan a hogar sin energía en Bayamón

At Louis Berger's kick-off event to celebrate solar microgrid installation at La Perla de Gran Percio in Bayamón, Puerto Rico, Tom Lewis speaks to Telemundo Puerto Rico Canal 2 about the company's pro bono demonstration project.

31 January 2018 | Power More utility workers in Puerto Rico as power restoration continues

Tom Lewis, Louis Berger U.S. division president, discusses Louis Berger’s ongoing recovery efforts, including its solar hybrid microgrid project installed at La Perla de Gran Percio in Bayamón, Puerto Rico. 

22 January 2018 | Orlando Sentinel Orlando airport begins construction of $2.1 billion South Terminal

Louis Berger is providing structural engineering services for the South Terminal at Orlando International Airport, which will employ a peak force of 2,200 workers. The opening of the South Terminal’s first phase in 2020 will further increase capacity to 50 million annual passengers, according to airport officials.

20 January 2018 | Borgen Magazine The success of humanitarian aid to American Samoa

Louis Berger Power and the American Samoa Power Authority built the new resilient Satala power plant in Pago Pago, American Samoa, to replace the one destroyed by the 2009 tsunami. This sustainable power plant reduces fuel costs and minimizes environmental impacts. Its resilient design ensures reliable energy as it can withstand the effects of earthquakes, typhoons, flooding, high humidity and corrosive salt on the island.

11 January 2018 | The Economic Times Louis Berger bags Rs 109 crore order from MSRDC

Louis Berger was awarded a ₹109 crore (17 million USD) contract for project management of the Versova-Bandra Sea Link (VBSL) by the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC). The sea link, a northward extension of the existing Bandra-Worli Sea Link running along the western coast of the island of Mumbai, will be an eight-lane highway, connecting the western suburbs of Versova and Bandra.
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2 January 2018 | The Financial Express E11 bidders evince interest I train lease tender floated by Delhi Metro

Kshitish Nadgauda, Louis Berger’s senior vice president and managing director for Asia, speaks to The Financial Express about how leasing coaches can make a big difference in ensuring the viability of a metro project in smaller cities. 

1 January 2018 | Civil + Structural Engineer The promise of public-private partnerships

In his interview with Civil + Structural Engineer, Leif Dormsjo, senior vice president for infrastructure asset management, discusses Louis Berger’s growing role in the P3 industry, and the P3 industry in general.