Louis Berger, the Morristown-based engineering and consulting firm, announced Monday that it has won a multiyear environmental services contract from the New York City Economic Development Corporation for post-Sandy business recovery and resiliency programs.Louis Berger said in a news release that, under the on-call contract, it will provide comprehensive environmental, economic and historic resources, as well as strategic consulting services.
“This high-profile win is not only of strategic significance to our expanding resiliency practice, but also represents our ongoing efforts to foster economic development for a more sustainable and resilient New York,” Tom Lewis, president of Louis Berger’s Group operating company, said in the release. “We look forward to collaborating with NYCEDC to help the local communities and businesses recover and rebuild to meet the climate challenges of the future.”
Financial terms of the contract were not disclosed.
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