With its continued growth in project work and new staff members, Olsson Associates' Des Moines office is moving to a larger location June 7.
Olsson Associates has risen to #133 on Engineering News-Records' Top 500 Design Firms for 2013.
The George W. Bush Presidential Library was dedicated April 25 in Dallas, Texas, and Ted Hartsig played a leading role in its construction. Under Ted’s leadership for the last two years, Olsson Associates has provided services for the soils restoration, installation, and management for the center’s 23-acre grounds that were established as a native Texas landscape.
Mark Berndt, program leader for Olsson Associates’ freight transportation group, was presented with the William K. Smith Distinguished Service Award from the University of Minnesota Center for Transportation Studies.
Olsson Associates was given three awards at the 2013 American Council of Engineering Companies/Nebraska’s Engineering Excellence Awards held February 19, 2013, in Omaha.
Olsson Associates announced that it will move its corporate headquarters, home to more than 200 employees, to the West Haymarket. The building, previously announced as “Project Oscar,” will be located in the southwest corner of Canopy Street and P Street.
Each year, the Springfield Business Journal solicits nominations for outstanding, up-and-coming individuals for their “Springfield Business Journal’s 2013 Class of 40 Under 40.” This year’s class includes Olsson Associates’ Kelly Turner, PE, group leader for Springfield's Transportation team.
John Bolders has joined Olsson Associates as its Colorado region office leader. At Olsson, he is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the firm’s offices in Golden, Colo., Grand Junction, Colo. and Bismarck, N.D.
Olsson Associates has named its latest class of interns. This year, the firm has 73 interns who are working in more than a dozen teams across five states, including Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska and Missouri.
Olsson Associates' Josh Evans, Kyle Graham, Brett Lauritsen, and Megan Orloff have passed their professional engineering (PE) exams and have been promoted to associate engineers.
Olsson Associates is pleased to announce its Manhattan office is relocating to 301 S. 4th Street, Suite 110, in the new Gateway Plaza office building, which is part of the south end redevelopment. Olsson’s new office will be open April 30.
With a history of reinforcing education at the University of Nebraska, Olsson Associates has announced a gift commitment of $260,000 over the next 10 years to support faculty members, students, academic programs and facilities at the College of Engineering.
Olsson Associates has promoted Jeff Palik, PE, RLS, to office leader. In this role, Palik will help the firm further develop its client relationships and to better streamline organization among Olsson’s three Central Nebraska offices.
Russ Weaver has joined Olsson Associates as its corporate safety and health leader. At Olsson, he is responsible for developing and promoting internal safety programs for the firm’s more than 600 employees.
Randy Gruber has joined Olsson’s Automation and Technology team and serves as a senior project engineer. Working from Olsson’s Kansas City, Mo., office, he is responsible for acquiring, developing and executing automation and technology projects.
Patrick Moran has joined Olsson Associates’ Lincoln Mechanical/Electrical team as a project engineer. At Olsson, he is responsible for acquiring, developing and executing mechanical engineering projects.
Ron Mersch has joined Olsson’s Springfield office and will serve as office leader. At Olsson, he will be responsible for managing the office’s nine teams and further developing the firm’s client relationships.
Mike Powell has joined Olsson's Phoenix office and will serve as the team leader for the office's Power Electrical team.
Katie Underwood, PE, LEED AP ND, a civil engineer with Olsson's Omaha office, recently won the third annual Young Professional of the Year Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies/Nebraska.
Olsson Associates' Ross Barron, Tim Jensen, Joel Jirak, Jared Jochum, Carlos Medina, Carrie Romero and Jeremy Walker have passed their professional engineering (PE) exams and have been promoted to associate engineers.
Kevin Klinkenberg, AIA, has joined Olsson's Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning team as a senior planner. He will work with members of the firm's land development and urban design/planning teams across the country.
Patrick Trotter has joined Olsson’s Des Moines Land Development team and will serve as a project engineer.
Craig Clairmont, PE, LEED AP, has joined Olsson's Airport group as a senior project engineer. He will help the firm grow its engineering services to airports across Missouri and Kansas.
Olsson Associates announces that Shawn Zablocki, PE, has been promoted to environmental practice group leader. He is tasked with working with environmental teams in each of Olsson's offices and helping grow the environmental practice firmwide.
Bob Orr, RG, has joined Olsson's Kansas City Environmental/Energy team and will serve as a client leader. At Olsson, Orr will focus on environmental, energy, and transportation efforts.
Cory Wilson, PE, has joined Olsson's Kansas City Mechanical/Electrical team and will serve as team leader.
Shane Hennessey, PE, and Joel Rossman, PE, have joined Olsson's Omaha Structural Team. Hennessey is serving as team leader; Rossman is a senior project engineer and project manager focusing on bridge design efforts.
Olsson Associates has named its latest class of interns. This year, the firm has 29 interns who are working in more than a dozen teams across five states -- Colorado, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska and Missouri.
Olsson Associates' Jonathan Hoflander, Brian Ladd and Owen Killham have passed their professional engineering (PE) exams and have been promoted to associate engineers.
Olsson Associates announces that Mark Bachamp, PE, has joined the firm as the office manager for the Manhattan office.
Olsson Associates is pleased to announce that three staff members recently passed the professional engineering (PE) exam: Andy Meyerkord, Chris Dunnaway, and Diane Jones.