21 August 2014 | Queens Chronicle Whitestone Bridge meets World’s Fair in exhibit

The iconic Bronx-Whitestone Bridge in New York, designed by one of the founders of Ammann & Whitney, celebrates its 75th anniversary this year with an extensive photo exhibition. 

15 August 2014 | Road Traffic Technology Louis Berger to manage construction of highway segment in Cameroon

Louis Berger has signed a five-year contract to manage the construction of the first segment of the Yaoundé-Douala highway in Cameroon, a road that will connect Cameroon's government and diplomatic hub in Yaoundé to the country's economic center and deepwater port in Douala.

6 August 2014 | Jamaica Observer VIDEO: Ja gets birthday gift with opening of highway first leg

Louis Berger is providing program and construction management for the project, which is part of a $740 million investment in new transportation infrastructure in Jamaica.

1 August 2014 | Mass Transit Panama: Louis Berger signs $32 million Panama Metro Line 2 project management contract

Louis Berger, as part of the Consorcio PML2, signed a $32 million contract to oversee Panama City Metro’s second line during a signing ceremony with Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela Rodríguez and senior government officials.

21 July 2014 | Port Strategy A question of magnitude

Ben Lieberman, Louis Berger senior port planner, and Niek Veraart, vice president, environmental planning, commented on the impact of climate change and rising sea levels on the design of new terminals and modifications for existing facilities.

15 July 2014 | Global Rail News Consortium wins Panama metro line 2 project management contract

Louis Berger and Barcelona Metropolitan Transport have been awarded a $32 million five-year contract by Metro Panama to provide project management and consulting services for  Panama City's second metro line.

14 July 2014 | International Railway Journal Panama Line 2 project management deal signed

Louis Berger and Barcelona Metropolitan Transport have been awarded a $US 32m five-year contract by Metro Panama to provide project management and consulting services for  Panama City's second metro line.

6 July 2014 | CNN Dragon Bridge: Da Nang's fiery new success symbol

The Dragon Bridge, breathing fire and spouting plumes of water, is fast becoming a symbol of Vietnam's fifth largest city and a resurgent country.

22 May 2014 | Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier Auto history drives 'historic' status for KWWL building, west downtown

Louis Berger completed surveys to document the qualifications of creating a commercial historic district on Waterloo's west side and adding the KWWL Television building to the National Register of Historic Places.

19 May 2014 | Economic Times I aim to see Navi Mumbai Airport through its completion: Krishna Murthy

Louis Berger's Krishna Murthy, Asia business development lead in the global aviation services division, is profiled in the Economic Times about his role in developing the master plan for Mumbai's second airport.

14 May 2014 | New York Governor's Office of Storm Recovery Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery applauds exceptional recovery and resiliency proposals

The community of South Valley Stream was recognized for its use of green infrastructure as part of a resiliency plan developed with assistance from Louis Berger.

12 May 2014 | Washington Post Washington Monument attracts line of eager visitors as it reopens after repairs

The best view in the District and one of the city’s signature tourist draws returned to duty Monday when it reopened after $15 million in repairs following the 2011 earthquake.

12 May 2014 | Boston Herald Bad bridges crisis hangs over Massachusetts

Taxpayers face a $12.2 billion bill to fix thousands of substandard state bridges — including hundreds deemed “structurally deficient” according to a report. Tony Puntin, Louis Berger principal transportation engineer, comments on the state's bridge conditions.

5 May 2014 | The Danville Register & Bee Excavation of graves at Fearn site almost complete

Seventy-two graves have been excavated with only one small bone fragment being found. Stuart Fiedel, an archaeologist with Louis Berger, says it looks like a skull fragment.

5 May 2014 | Daily Record Award-winning Dragon Bridge in Vietnam designed, engineered by Morristown firm

A stunning work of design, technology and engineering has netted international honors for Morristown business Louis Berger and Ammann & Whitney, a Louis Berger company.

1 May 2014 | NJBiz Most-read May 1: Bridge that breathes fire helps Morristown company win prestigious award

It's a bridge—that breathes fire. Seriously. And it's the reason that Louis Berger of Morristown took home one of the biggest honors in the engineering industry this week.

29 April 2014 | Newsday New York Rising groups in Oakdale-West Sayville and South Valley Stream win $3M each in funding

Among eight groups from across the state to get additional funds, the Louis Berger-supported South Valley Stream conceptual plan was recognized for its planned use of green infrastructure.

22 April 2014 | NJ.com NJIT launches new company to bring research and development back to NJ

The New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) launched a nonprofit corporation called the New Jersey Innovation Institute, designed to pair academic researchers with local companies interested in contracting out research to university labs. Louis Berger has signed on as a partner of the new institute, which will offer technology development, material evaluations, market forecasts and other business services.

15 April 2014 | News Tribune Missouri State Penitentiary nominated for national historic register

The Missouri State Penitentiary is one of eight potential historic sites that will be considered by the Missouri Advisory Council for the National Registry of Historic Places this summer. Camilla Deiber, senior architectural historian at Louis Berger, prepared Missouri State Penitentiary's nomination and spoke with the News Tribune about the application.