DUBAI, U.A.E – Further expanding its reach into the Middle East and North Africa region, Louis Berger officially opened a new Dubai office today with guest of honor, U.S. Consul General Rob Waller.
As the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries build for their growing populations and pursue diversification of their economies into non-oil sectors, the region is undergoing major construction efforts. The World Expo 2020 in Dubai, "Connecting Minds, Creating the Future," for example, will attract millions of visitors and serve as a catalyst for economic, cultural and social transformation in the Emirates.
“Louis Berger’s Dubai office will further enhance our ability to service our local clients’ needs while expanding our greater geographic reach across the MENA region,” said Tom Topolski, executive vice president and managing director. “Expanding our local expertise enables us to work collaboratively with our clients to successfully deliver their projects as they establish a lasting legacy within the country and region.”
Louis Berger has a long term commitment to the Middle East and North Africa region with more than 1,000 employees and offices located in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.
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