3 April 2014 | The Villager Thinking ‘Beyond the Grid’ about disaster preparedness

Expert collaborators including Louis Berger seek funds for a plan to strengthen disaster resiliency through the creation of a community-based energy and communications network.

2 April 2014 | Samoa News FEMA comes through with additional funding for new Satala power plant

FEMA announced that it will award more than $25 million to the American Samoa Power Authority as part of additional funding to rebuild the Satala power plant, which was destroyed by a tsunami in 2009. Louis Berger is providing the engineering and plant design as well as installation and commissioning of the power generation and ancillary electrical equipment.

28 March 2014 | WJZ-TV | CBS Baltimore Dig underway in Patterson Park to unearth fort citizens built to stop the British

WJZ-TV | CBS Baltimore interviews principal archaeologist John Bedell regarding search for remnants of fortifications used in War of 1812.

26 March 2014 | Baltimore Sun Archaeologists seek War of 1812 remnants buried within Patterson Park

A team led by principal archaelogist John Bedell is using ground-penetrating radar and other technology to probe for remnants of fortifications used in the War of 1812.

19 March 2014 | Mother Nature Network Vietnam's fire-breathing dragon bridge will make you do a double-take

The coastal city of Da Nang is home to an unexpected, spectacular display.

6 March 2014 | Real Estate Weekly ‘Meet the Chiefs’ event draws industries’ top execs

Tom Lewis, president of the Louis Berger Group, spoke to a capacity crowd representing every sector of architecture, engineering and construction industries at the Professional Women in Construction annual event, Meet the Construction Chiefs. Lewis spoke of the firm’s commitment to diversity; the “amazing level of talent” it attracts; and its global reach with projects in 70 to 90 nations each year.

23 February 2014 | The National Engineering group Louis Berger plans to double staff in Arabian Gulf

Louis Berger is set to double its Arabian Gulf over the next year as regional growth in infrastructure spending creates opportunities for the construction industry. With the recent opening of the Middle East North Africa regional headquarters on Abu Dhabi's Reem Island, Louis Berger is showing its trust in the market, said managing director Thomas Topolski.

31 January 2014 | Autocar India Mumbai Monorail: The future is here

India's first futuristic monorail is set to launch in Mumbai very soon. Here's a detailed first look at the new Mumbai Monorail, implemented by the MMRDA (Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority) and a consortium that includes bridge maker Louis Berger.

28 January 2014 | News12 New Jersey Morristown Municipal Airport popular for Super Bowl jet set

Morristown Municipal Airport is expecting a rush of private jets for the Super Bowl, and the airport plans to turn the shortest runway into an airplane parking lot designed by Louis Berger. Tom Lewis, president of the Louis Berger Group, was interviewed on camera.

26 January 2014 | Construction Week Face to Face: Jim Stamatis and Thomas Topolski

It’s been over a year since Louis Berger set up its Middle East headquarters in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the UAE. Construction Week interview Louis Berger International president Jim Stamatis and MENA regional director Thomas Topolski.

26 January 2014 | Daily Record Super Bowl a super task for Morristown airport

The busy regional airport is expecting unprecedented traffic from Jan. 28 to Feb. 3, the day after the Super Bowl concludes about 28 road miles away at MetLife Stadium. Louis Berger provided a conceptual aircraft parking plan.

23 January 2014 | E&E News POLICY: Transportation planners ponder costs and benefits of stormproofing

Policymakers are still grappling with how to make sure roads, tunnels and bridges hold up in the next big storm. Tom Lewis, Louis Berger Group president, remarks upon the vulnerability of city populations to storms.

22 January 2014 | Construction Week Louis Berger doubles MENA workforce in the past year

Jim Stamatis, Louis Berger International president, said the Middle East North Africa workforce doubled to 800 over the past year in a recent Construction Week interview.

15 January 2014 | Engineering News-Record LBG employee's photo of WTC among Engineering News-Record's Year in Construction 2013 Photo Contest winners

A photo of the World Trade Center Transportation Hub's West Concourse taken by Victor Nordstrom is a winner in Engineering News-Record's Year in Construction 2013 photo contest.

18 November 2013 | KBC Channel 1 JKIA Greenfield Terminal design complete

The X shaped design prepared by Louis Berger and Pascall + Watson will double the capacity of the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi.

10 November 2013 | CBS Boston Clayton Street Bridge undergoes extreme makeover

Using accelerated bridge construction techniques, Louis Berger engineers helped the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority replace a subway bridge in one weekend.

30 October 2013 | NY Daily News Queens Museum undergoes $69M renovation — and rebranding

The 70,000sf renovation of and 67,000sf addition to the Queens Museum, designed by Grimshaw with Ammann & Whitney as Architect of Record and Structural Engineer, will officially reopen on Saturday, November 9. 2013.

15 October 2013 | PennDOT Digest District 6 goes underground to restore bridges at 30th Street Station

Ammann & Whitney's design for the rehabilitation of 6 bridges surrounding Amtrak's historic 30th Street Station in Philadelphia for PennDOT District 6 is the cover story of the October 2013 issue of "PennDOT Digest."

7 October 2013 | AviationPros.com Top 40 Under 40: Fin Bonset

Louis Berger senior manager Fin Bonset was named among Airport Business' Top 40 Under 40.

4 October 2013 | Construction Week Taking off

The revamped Queen Alia International Airport in Jordan, a Louis Berger project, can now handle nine million passengers annually; phase two will serve 12 million.