Federal Government

Our landscape architects and environmental designers support A/E design firms and design-build contractors with military housing, operations and supply facilities, antiterrorism design, mobilization and training equipment sites, and recreation sites managed by defense and other federal agencies.

  • State-Certified Woman-Owned Business (WBE and WOSB)
  • Certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) with Washington DOT
  • NAICS Codes: 541320—Landscape Architecture Services, 541300—Environmental Consulting Services, 221310—Irrigation Systems, 541990—Technical Writing and Editing
  • Registered and Current in the System for Award Management

Agency Clients Include:

  • US Army Corps of Engineers
  • US Navy
  • US Air Force
  • US Coast Guard
  • Washington National Guard
  • Joint Base Lewis McChord
  • National Park Service
  • US Forest Service

North Fort Lewis Company Operations & Supply Facilities, Battalion Command & Control Headquarters, and Brigade Command & Control Headquarters

Osborn Pacific Group Inc. was selected to develop landscape and site design for two operations complexes. Each complex is comprised of one brigade headquarter, two battalion headquarters, and twelve company headquarters. In addition, site designs were completed for the adjoining troop barracks. Design elements included street trees, parade grounds, facility landscape plantings, paving layout and materials, site amenities, signage and pedestrian lighting. Key issues included a soldier-friendly environment, unifying elements throughout the North Fort complex, and reinforcing the hierarchical relationships and identities of the facilities.



Bachelor's Enlisted Quarters I and III, Naval Station Everett

Osborn Pacific Group Inc. provided landscape architecture for this two-phase design/build project. Tasks included site layout planning, landscape and irrigation design, design of an outdoor volleyball court, basketball court, and pedestrian amenities.


Antiterrorism Updating at JBLM PX and Commissary

Osborn Pacific Group explored a variety of treatments to preclude possible terrorist activity within 25 meters of the PX and Commissary. Replacing paving and vehicular access within the defined boundary included design of a pedestrian mall and an outdoor dining plaza, landscaping, and barrier planter boxes.

School and College Campuses

Osborn Pacific Group especially enjoys working with educational facilities to create projects that inspire students’ creativity while developing a safe, attractive learning environment. Whether the project is an elementary school or a plaza on a university campus, we know it is vital to address aesthetic as well as functional aspects of the design. Osborn Pacific Group works with the client to provide creative solutions that meet targeted budgets. We take pride in bringing creative solutions to every design challenge we meet.


Harborview Research and Training Facility

The University of Washington Harborview Research and Training Facility is located at the Harborview Medical Center (HMC) complex on First Hill in downtown Seattle.  Being an off-campus facility, Osborn Pacific Group designed the site landscape to be consistent and compatible with the surrounding HMC site design features.  Critical design issues included pedestrian safety in a local neighborhood which has a history of criminal activity, microclimate conditions which cause extreme winds and cold spots, and barrier-free accessibility.  Work included the preparation of the technical program for site development and landscaping, site planning, schematic landscape design, pedestrian amenities, lighting, and plant selection.


WWU Environmental Research and Education Center

Osborn Pacific Group Inc. was selected to prepare a site master plan and Phase I facility design for a new aquatic toxicology facility for Huxley College.  The site is situated off-campus on a 23-acre parcel which included a former dairy farm and stream.  The master plan called for the development to accommodate new offices and laboratories, as well as a source pond for ecological research.  The first phase of construction development included the design and construction of an aquatic toxicology laboratory, the first in a series of new buildings on the site. As prime consultant, Osborn Pacific Group Inc. prepared construction documents and provided construction support services. In addition to architecture and civil site design, Osborn Pacific Group completed the design for landscape planting, hardscape, and site furnishings.


Bothell High School

Osborn Pacific Group’s landscape design for the athletic field improvement project was truly an exercise in school spirit. A master plant palette was compiled based on drought-tolerance and low-maintenance characteristics as well as the seasonal color and blooming schedule. The resulting sustainable planting scheme highlights the school’s colors of blue and white.

Correction Centers

Corrections settings have a unique set of circumstances and constraints. Differing security levels within the same facility determine the level of landscape complexity that can occur. Usually, open spaces at prisons and jails are stark and bleak and often consist of large expanses of lawn. Osborn Pacific Group seeks to identify opportunities to provide landscapes that serve multiple functions from addressing onsite stormwater and improving habitat function to helping reduce stress among officers and inmates. Introducing low-height landscapes in areas physically inaccessible to inmates provides better functionality in terms of reducing irrigation and maintenance requirements and addressing stormwater than is possible with mown lawns.


Stafford Creek Correction Center

Stafford Creek Correction Center – Washington Department of Corrections constructed this 1,900 bed multi-custody facility on a 210-acre site in Grays Harbor County. Osborn Pacific Group provided landscape design services, including bioengineered erosion control, wetland impact mitigation, aesthetic enhancement, and the recreation yard.


Mission Creek Correction Center for Women

Washington Department of Corrections constructed a 100-bed residential building, inmate recreation yard, and drainfield at this existing minimum custody facility. Osborn Pacific Group provided landscape design, identified sustainable site features including rain gardens for achieving the LEED Silver certification goal and prepared the SEPA Expanded Checklist.