Louis Berger has entered into an agreement to join WSP. Both companies share similar business and regional operating models globally, complementary skills and geographies and a strong cultural fit with respect to people, clients and teamwork.
Louis Berger announces the retirement of board chair Dr. Ernest A. Portfors and the addition of three new board members: James G. Bach, Nick Ivanoff and Thomas G. Lewis. With these changes, the Louis Berger Board of Directors includes David Abrams, James G. Bach, Martha Clark Goss, Lawrie Haynes, Nick Ivanoff, Thomas G. Lewis, Nicholas J. Masucci, Donald Platner and Jim Stamatis.
Louis Berger announced that it has acquired the remaining minority shares of BergerABAM. Our partner for over thirty years, BergerABAM is a consulting firm offering services in specialized engineering in ports/waterfront and marine, surface transportation and federal facilities.
Louis Berger-CEMOSA joint venture was recently awarded a 14 million euro contract by Aena, the world's leading airport operator by number of passengers, to provide project management services for the expansion of Palma de Mallorca International Airport in Baleares Islands, Spain.
On behalf of New York City, Louis Berger is restoring a degraded urban wetland on Staten Island, the Saw Mill Creek Pilot Wetland Mitigation Bank, to demonstrate a viable economic strategy to restore an impaired wetland habitat and improve resiliency in the city’s sensitive coastal areas.
Louis Berger as part of a DB-led consortium will provide project management and construction management services, including design review, for the Mumbai Metro Line 4. Line 4 will be a 32.3 kilometer long elevated corridor with 32 stations, connecting Wadala in central Mumbai to Kasarvadavali.
Louis Berger and the Berger Charitable Foundation are proud supporters of youth participation in the 2018 Cities IPCC Cities and Climate Change Science Conference, a three-day event held March 5-7 in Edmonton, Canada, that features presentations and workshops to highlight and inspire research on climate change and cities.