Born to an artistic mother and civil engineer father, Alisha Olson inherited a love of both art and mathematics. As a high school sophomore, she realized architecture could be the perfect way to combine her interests, and she’s been on that path ever since.
Now a project architect, Alisha has vast experience managing commercial construction projects from beginning to end. She’s adept at communicating with clients, problem solving, and keeping the bottom line in mind. Alisha has worked on projects ranging from a 1-million-sq.ft. industrial park to car dealership renovations, and each project gives her a chance to learn: “That’s what gets me up in the morning, a thirst for knowledge and moving forward.”
Alisha is a fan of her son’s Little League team and an avid gardener, canning the fruits of her labor with her husband each year and perfecting the art of making pomegranate jelly.
Licenses and Certifications
Licensed Architect: AZ, CA
LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP)
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC)
Board of Directors – Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento
Alternate Member – Arts, Culture and Historic Preservation Commission for the City of West Sacramento
Alisha Olson, AIA, LEED AP
Project Architect II
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BA, Architecture, University of Arizona, 2005