Bilfinger drops Berger

Bilfinger Berger Project Investments has rebranded in line with its parent company.

The firm has dropped ‘Berger’ from its name and will now be known as Bilfinger Project Investments.

Parent company Bilfinger made the change to its own name in September this year and all subsidiaries are due to make the switch over the coming months.

"In future we will appear as a group under a single strong brand and will thus illustrate the diversity of the services we offer," said Roland Koch, chief executive of Bilfinger.

Bilfinger Project Investments is the PPP division of the firm, which is currently repositioning itself from a construction company to an international engineering and services group.

It operates across Europe, North America and Australia, and was recently appointed preferred bidder on the East End Crossing bridge P3 in Indiana, US.