Louis Berger hires new SVP for major project work
Jamey Barbas to guide global transportation structures practice
Jamey Barbas has been appointed by Louis Berger to serve as senior vice president in charge of the firm’s global practice for major structures.
Barbas brings to the project management firm more than 30 years of design and management experience, specialising in complex and long-span bridges.
In this role, she will provide strategic direction for Louis Berger’s transportation structures practice across its operating companies worldwide, lead large-scale pursuits, supervise project managers on signature projects and provide companywide quality assurance for complex structures and long-span bridge projects.
“In addition to her impressive long-span bridge resume, Jamey also brings a valuable depth of experience in managing public-private partnership and design-build projects on a global scale,” said Larry Walker, Louis Berger’s executive vice president for global strategy and development.
Louis Berger previously announced that it MENA project backlog has hit the $500mn mark.