MORRISTOWN, N.J. — James G. Bach has been appointed the new chief operating officer for Berger Group Holdings, Inc., reporting to Chief Executive Officer and President Nicholas Masucci. Bach assumes the role after four years serving as the chief operating officer for The Louis Berger Group, Inc. (LBG), the largest of the Berger Group’s wholly-owned companies.

In his new role, Bach will oversee and coordinate operations between the four wholly-owned companies—LBG, Louis Berger International, Louis Berger Services and Ammann & Whitney.

“Jim has played a key role in our efforts to transform our corporate culture and operations,” said Masucci. “I look forward to Jim’s continued leadership and support in achieving our corporate vision.”

During the past 30 years, Bach has held a series of leadership roles within the company including leading LBG’s U.S. Operations and serving as principal-in-charge for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. He is a Professional Planner in New Jersey and holds a Masters of City and Regional Planning from Rutgers University.

About Berger Group Holdings, Inc. 
Berger Group Holdings, Inc., a top 20 Engineering News-Record firm headquartered in Morristown, N.J., with offices in Washington, D.C., and a number of other cities within the United States and worldwide, is a multidisciplinary architecture, engineering, planning and environmental consulting firm. With more than 6,000 architects, planners, engineers, construction and program managers, economists and environmental scientists, the Berger Group has worked on hundreds of thousands of miles of highway, thousands of miles of railroad and bridges as well as numerous airfields, seaports, buildings, dams, water supply systems and other infrastructure across the United States and in more than 140 countries. By utilizing its vast global capabilities and local responsiveness, the Berger Group is dedicated to providing solutions for a better world.