The Osborn Pacific Group Story


For nearly four decades...

Osborn Pacific Group Inc. has influenced change with environmentally sensitive solutions.


Osborn Pacific Group has a storied history of creating better places in which to live, learn, work, and play. We are masters of the junction where creativity, practicality, and sustainability meet.


Located in Seattle just steps from the historic Pike Place Market, we find ourselves engaged in projects that better our communities’ and clients’ environments throughout Washington, Alaska, and Oregon.


Outside our home Northwest, we have successfully completed multiple projects in California, Arizona, Texas, Missouri, Florida, Ohio, Michigan, Idaho, and Nevada, and internationally, projects in Canada and Mexico.


Over the years, we have designed and seen constructed more than $500 million of facilities—from pocket street ends, to 1,000-acre regional parks, archaeological-artifact-laden state parks, and campgrounds with self-contained tertiary water treatment. We are well known for wetland and stream rehabilitation, 100s of miles of transportation corridor enhancement and mitigation, and hundreds of projects that range from top secret military facilities to from-the-ground-up regional prison design and construction.


Osborn Pacific Group Inc. is a state-certified Women-owned Business enterprise (WBE), a federally-certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), and qualifies as a Small Business under the Small Business Administration Guidelines.



American Council of Engineering Companies
Engineering Excellence Gold Award was presented to the design team for the King County South Plant Administration Building and Water Quality Laboratory


American Council of Engineering Companies
Engineering Excellence Bronze Award was presented to the design team for the NOAA Sha Dadx Restoration site, Puyallup, WA


American Institute of Architects, Washington Council
Civic Design Merit Award was presented to the design team for the UW Harborview Research and Training Building in Seattle


Society of American Military Engineers, Seattle Post
Design Excellence Award for our role on the Whole Barracks Renewal at North Fort Lewis


American Society of Landscape Architects, Washington Chapter
Merit Award for our role on the Interstate 90 Mercer Island Corridor project


U.S. Air Force
Merit Award was presented to the design team for the Squadron Operations Facility at McChord AFB

King County Women‐Owned Business of the Year 1995
Osborn Pacific Group Inc. was honored with the Outstanding Women‐Owned Business Award for demonstrated excellence in the delivery of services to the County and "going the extra mile" to provide the County with assistance above and beyond our contractual requirements.