About Olsson

We are Olsson, a nationally recognized, employee-owned engineering and design firm with a rich history of success.

Founded in 1956 on the very mindset that drives us today, we’re here to improve communities by making them more sustainable, better connected, and more efficient. Simply put, we work to leave the world better than we found it.

Our most important asset is our people, and we are dedicated to an environment where we continue to learn, grow, and thrive. This entrepreneurial spirit has made us successful and will keep us successful.

We are more than engineers and designers. We’re experts who build solutions, generate ideas, and create designs that improve the world around us.

We offer a range of services from engineering, planning and design, field services, environmental, and technology throughout various national markets. We have over 1,600 employees and offices located throughout AR, AZ, CO, IA, KS, MO, NE, OK, and TX.

The first step of your career begins here! Our new graduates and interns do real work, learn from mentors, and have fun along the way. View all our job openings and apply on our careers site:

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Olsson's workload has been minimally affected by the events of COVID-19. We have followed directed health measures to ensure the health and safety of our employees working in the office, in the field, and at home. These practices have kept us from any long-term shutdowns of offices or job sites. We are planning to hold our summer 2023 internship program in-person, but opportunities to work remote may be available.


Shared Services Intern

June 2020 Lincoln, NE
“I think the culture was great! They care a lot about their student interns and will teach you a lot.”

Water Resources Intern

June 2020 Oklahoma City, OK
“The experience was amazing. I loved applying what I had learned in the classroom, as well as exposure to things we don't get in class.”
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