October 2016: In This Issue
Quick Links


Like us on Facebook   Follow us on Twitter    View our profile on LinkedIn
Olsson drone service flying high
   
By Linda Van Hoosen - Communications,
and Blake English - Marketing

Drones have become an industry standard in engineering services. From inspections to surveying, the high-flying technology provides a detailed view of hard to reach places and projects.
New Federal Aviation Administration regulations are now in place - making it easier for anyone to fly drones. But, not so fast! There are some things to consider. Mike Laird, Olsson's chief drone pilot, explains in this short video about our drone services.
REGIONAL NEWS
Seeing purple: Olsson is common denominator in Kansas State University upgrades 
      
By Linda Van Hoosen, Communications

Kansas State Wildcat fans  taking in a football game at the Bill Snyder Family Stadium are now enjoying expansive concession and restroom facilities, new K-State retail locations, and additional suites. K-State's recent expansion of their College of Engineering enhances the educational experience for its 3,500 students. The K-State chilled water plant will include a chilled water system and building control upgrades to dozens of buildings on campus. 
The common denominator in all of these projects is Olsson Associates. Olsson began its relationship with the university many years ago with both the athletics and facility planning offices. Since then, the firm has provided engineering services to many K-State campus projects.
To learn more about these projects and others on the Kansas State University campus, click here.

Twenty-two-year remediation project in northern Colorado comes to a close

By Edie Adams, Marketing

A crude oil pumping facility and natural gas compressor station is no more. The final closure came with a mix of emotions for the Olsson Environmental team in Golden.