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WSP USA launches federal programs and logistics group

Posted on May 10, 2019

WSP USA announced the launch of the new Federal Programs and Logistics (FP&L) group, which company leaders say will expand the company's presence in the federal market.

“Federal Programs and Logistics is now fully operational,” said Gregory A. Kelly, president and CEO of WSP USA. “We are now ready to take full advantage of the recent integration of two great companies.”

Kelly said that for over 65 years, Louis Berger has been a leader in federal contracts and military contracts. Its portfolio includes the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, the Statue of Liberty, the George Washington Bridge, and the World Trade Center.

“Combined with WSP’s 135-year history of providing services to state and local clients, together we are uniquely poised to dominate the governmental market,” said Kelly. “With over 10,000 employees in the U.S., the combined company has unmatched capability to handle any challenge that faces governmental entities at any level.”

Kelly said that Tom Lewis, former president of Louis Berger, will lead the new division.
 
“We are poised to expand upon our broad capabilities and niche specialties – across transportation, buildings, water and environment, advisory, energy and PM/CM end markets,” said Lewis. “With the expansion of FP&L we will offer expanded comprehensive services to federal government clients from a single source.”

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