Louis Berger names P3 VP

Louis Berger has named a former high ranking public sector state transportation official as its new senior infrastructure vice president.

The firm appointed former District of Columbia Department of Transportation (DDOT) director Leif Dormsjo as senior vice president for infrastructure asset management based in the company’s Washington, DC, office.

Dormsjo will oversee the management and growth of the company’s infrastructure asset management practice, which operates and maintains a range of public and private transportation facilities and infrastructure assets for clients in the United States, including Florida Turnpike facilities and the SH-130 toll road in Texas.  He will also serve on the company’s global P3 council.

Dormsjo brings nearly 20 years of experience in the transportation industry, managing large-scale infrastructure programs and operations, including stints as deputy secretary for the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT), where he played a key role in advancing the Purple Line transit project.

He also served as chief of staff for the Baltimore Department of Transportation and as operations analyst for the Baltimore mayor’s office.