Louis Berger has been working in Asia for over five decades. From the firm’s first international assignment in Burma (Myanmar) in 1959, Louis Berger’s multidisciplinary team of engineers, scientists, planners and economists has been committed to improving social, economic and environmental conditions across the region.
A global company long before it was a large company, Louis Berger has continued to expand its reach across Asia. From innovative and award winning projects such as the fire-breathing Dragon Bridge in Vietnam to the long-term USAID Growth with Equity in Mindanao Program in conflicted-affected areas of the Philippines to more than ten thousand kilometers of highway, bridge, rail and transit infrastructure projects supporting social and economic development and growth in India, Afghanistan and China—Louis Berger is using its global resources and local knowledge to build stronger, more resilient communities for the future.
With offices in all the key centers of Asia, and with over 1,000 staff in the region, Louis Berger has developed deep experience in this complex and challenging environment. Developing and applying solutions for a better world in fields such as transportation, water, sanitation, buildings, biodiversity, energy and environment, we have become a trusted partner to municipal, state and national governments; multilateral institutions and agencies; and, increasingly, private sector clients and global investors.