Louis Berger Group
- Not to be confused with Louis Berger & Co.
The Louis Berger Group, based in Morristown, NJ, according to its website:
- "...offers professional services in the areas of civil, structural, mechanical, electrical and environmental engineering; program management planning; environmental sciences; cultural resources; information services; economics; and construction management and support. We have offices throughout the United States and in over 60 other countries, including England, France, India, Japan, Peru, the Philippines, Romania, Thailand and Turkey." 
As of September 2011, the Louis Berger Group ranked as the third largest USAID private-sector partner, and has contracted some of the government’s largest post-conflict redevelopment projects in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Louis Berger was a graduate of Tufts College with a B.S. degree in civil engineering; an M.A. (soils and geology) from Massachusetts Institute of Technology; and doctorate (soil mechanics) from Northwestern University. He also served as a faculty member of Penn State's engineering department, and with his colleagues designed a large portion of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, the first turnpike in the United States. After completion of the contract, from his office in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, he opened a second office, and -- often employing local labor to fulfill international contracts -- was involved in the designing and building highways, railroad, bridges and airfields in 120 countries.
In November, 2010, Louis Berger Group agreed to pay a record $69.3 million to settle charges of fraud against the government brought under the False Claims Act. The case, filed by a whistleblower, alleged that the company billed the government for internal costs unrelated to its rebuilding contracts in Afghanistan. This is the largest fraud settlement paid by a war-zone contractor to the U.S. government.
In December 2010 the Discovery Science Channel production team filmed 30-hours of footage of the works for the construction of a new bridge over the Sava River in Belgrade, Serbia. Upon completion, the bridge will be the widest mixed use (highway and rail) asymmetric stay cable bridge in the world. The documentary film will be aired this summer throughout Europe in the “Extreme Engineering” show (“Build it Bigger” in the US) of the Discovery Science channel. The City of Belgrade is proceeding successfully with the construction of one the largest cable-stayed bridges in the world. This ambitious project will provide the City of Belgrade with not only a highly needed additional crossing over the River Sava, but will also be a landmark structure symbolizing the regeneration and dynamism of the city in the new millennium.
- Pennsylvania Turnpike
- Kabul-Kandahar Highway
- Hermanos Serdán International Airport
- Third Bridge over Panama Canal
- "Phillips and Cohen whistleblower case yields record settlement for fraud by US contractor in Afghanistan" Phillips & Cohen LLP Press Release. November 5, 2010.
- Sava River Bridge, Discovery.com
- Bridge Over the River Sava in the City of Belgrade Project