(Left to right): Tom Lewis, Louis Berger’s U.S. division president, Jim Stamatis, Louis Berger’s president and CEO, and Lee Marsh, BergerABAM’s president and CEO, during BergerABAM’s acquisition signing ceremony.
Morristown, N.J. — Louis Berger announced that it has acquired the remaining minority shares of BergerABAM. Its partner for longer than 30 years, BergerABAM offers services in specialized engineering in ports/waterfront and marine, surface transportation, and federal facilities.
“Bringing BergerABAM fully into the Louis Berger family demonstrates our commitment to providing the highest technical expertise to support our clients’ most demanding projects. BergerABAM will strengthen and expand our expertise in ports, waterfront and marine structures, buildings, site development, highways and bridges and aviation,” said Jim Stamatis, president and chief executive officer of Louis Berger. “This acquisition is the culmination of a collaborative partnership that has spanned more than three decades and delivered award winning designs, construction and results for our clients.”
“We are especially thrilled that this acquisition unites our service offerings across the entire United States — from the East Coast to the West Coast,” said Tom Lewis, president of Louis Berger’s U.S. Division. “BergerABAM’s expertise will allow Louis Berger to expand the depth and breadth of the services we provide to all of our clients.”
“We anticipate a seamless transition and are excited about the expanded career opportunities for our talented and dedicated employees,” said Lee Marsh, president and chief executive officer of BergerABAM. “Our successful partnership over the past 30 years is just one reason that we know this is the right fit for BergerABAM, our clients and our employees.”