Louis Berger

Louis Berger is a global professional services corporation that helps clients solve their most complex infrastructure and development challenges. Louis Berger has a long-standing presence in more than 50 nations, represented by the multidisciplinary expertise of nearly 6,000 engineers, economists, scientists, managers and planners.

Louis Berger’s integrated development practice is a recognized partner to development banks, financial institutions, governments, NGOs and multilateral institutions around the globe.

Louis Berger has more than 60 years of experience in the delivery of complex, multi-dimensional projects worldwide on behalf of UKaid and other donors. In conflict and post-conflict environments, Louis Berger has built a reputation for delivering high quality services, and for developing sustainable local institutions.

As one of the most highly-skilled and geographically diverse consulting firms in the world, LBG currently manages 85 on-going projects worth nearly £911 million in more than 25 countries worldwide for a range of private clients and donors.

To date, it has completed 225 projects in economic and social infrastructure have been completed, valuing over £1.58 billion throughout the South Asia region with two in Nepal valuing nearly £6.7M. Its history in Nepal dates back to 1995 where LBG worked with private clients and bilateral donors in Nepal’s Central region.

Louis Berger offers expertise in a range of areas, including post-conflict development, community engagement, economic development, capacity building, government reform, infrastructure development, gender and vulnerable group integration, disaster response, and M & E. Louis Berger is unrivalled in its ability to deliver development results in financial inclusion for the poor which encompasses a multitude of innovative approaches to provide financial services and products for the un- and under-banked.

Louis Berger focuses on economic growth and poverty reduction in successfully applying a M4P approach and financial systems methodology to reduce market constraints and build the capacity of financial institutions and information systems. In doing so, we create accessible, efficient, and sustainable financial markets, empowering new market participants to escape poverty.