Louis Berger has merged its Ammann & Whitney and Louis Berger Group operating companies to establish a new business entity that will serve U.S. clients worldwide.
Louis Berger U.S. will maintain the Ammann & Whitney name for a division specialized in long-span bridge engineering, Louis Berger said Tuesday.
“The integration follows many years of working together and an intensive period of planning and business analysis prior to the official merger to ensure a seamless transition for clients and employees alike,” Tom Lewis, Louis Berger U.S. president.
Nick Ivanoff, former president and CEO of Ammann & Whitney and now the U.S. transportation market sector lead, said the restructuring brings together Louis Berger’s U.S. presence and Ammann & Whitney’s structural engineering experience.
Louis Berger noted the integration took effect Saturday.
The parent company is now comprised of the U.S., international and services operating companies.
The U.S. operating company serves local and international U.S. customers while the international operation caters to non-U.S. clients and the services operation focuses on worldwide delivery of operations and maintenance services.