Louis Berger to Help Manage US Air Base Terminals, Grounds in South Korea; Andrew Bailey Comments

2014 Louis Berger Logo - Color Red - Vertical-jpg copyLouis Berger has been selected to handle the air terminal and ground of U.S. air bases in South Korea.

The company will perform the work at the Kunsan air base and Gimhae Republic of Korea air base for five years under the contract with the U.S. Transportation Command, Louis Berger said Wednesday.

“We have a long history of strong partnerships in South Korea and we are honored to support the U.S. Department of Defense and the Republic of Korea as we continue to grow our presence in the region,” said Andrew Bailey, president of Louis Berger’s services operation.

U.S. Forces Korea operates the Kunsan air base located on the west coast of the South Korean peninsula and the U.S. Air Force supports the Gimhae installation near the Gimhae International Airport.

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