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Louis Berger expands water practice with acquisition

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Professional services firm Louis Berger announced Tuesday that it has purchased Leidos Engineering LLC's water and waste resource business, expanding its own water practice.

Louis Berger, based in Morristown, said in a news release that the business will be integrated into its U.S. operating company, The Louis Berger Group, Inc.

"This acquisition will deepen our water practice as well as our geographic presence and further strengthen Louis Berger's global technical expertise in the water market sector," Thomas Lewis, Group operating company president, said in the release. "We are committed to providing our clients seamless project delivery as Louis Berger integrates Leidos' water and waste resources division."

Neil Callahan will continue to lead the division within Louis Berger, it said.


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