“We’re being more cautious,” he said. Instead of inviting lawmakers on trips, Hogan said he is keeping tabs on which Members are planning government-funded travel to areas where Louis Berger has rebuilding operations. Hogan said, for example, he has approached aides to Members who are planning on attending an upcoming trip to Afghanistan so the company can show the challenges to building roads and other structures in the area.
“If a legislator is traveling to a particular area, we will see if they can fit it into their schedule, so they can get an understanding of their projects, have a conversation with our engineers,” he said. “That’s the way I think you’re going to have to do it.”