Louis Berger, the Morristown-based global professional services corporation, has been awarded a project management and construction management services contract as part of a consortium for Mumbai Metro Line 4 by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority.
The $2.26 million project will include a 20-mile elevated corridor with 32 stations and will connect Wadala in central Mumbai to Kasarvadavali. It is expected to reduce travel time between Wadala to Kasarvadavali by as much as 75 percent.
“This latest win highlights Louis Berger’s commitment and contribution to India’s strategic growth,” said Louis Berger International Division President Jim Bach in a statement. “We’re delighted to have another great opportunity to serve the government of India in advancing its development goals. Our team of experts is well equipped to meet the challenges of this new and next-generation transportation infrastructure project.”
The consortium, comprised of DB Engineering, Louis Berger and Hill International, will prepare, package and finalize tender documents for system contracts.
Louis Berger has worked across a variety of sectors in India, including bridges and tunnels, highways and roads, rail and transit, aviation and smart cities.