"Johnson Brothers is a South Puget Sound based landscape & irrigation contractor specializing in all your commerical & residential needs"

About Us

Johnson Brothers Landscaping has been providing quality landscape & irrigation installation since 2004.  At JBL we are committed to providing the highest standards of workmanship along with unparallelled customer service.  Contractors, owners, and suppliers alike continue to work with and/or recommend JBL for their landscape & irrigation needs because they know they will receive a quality installation from a highly skilled, friendly, drug-free staff , and more importantly a great value.  Please give us a call and find out why so many people across Western Washington prefer JBL for their landscape & irrigation needs.

Services

Commercial services include:

  • landscape & irrigation consulting/design
  • landscape & irrigation installation
  • water features (waterfalls, bubbling rocks, ponds)
  • concrete/brick/aggregate/paver installation
  • gravel walkways, patios, driveways
  • porous paving (concrete pavers, grasspave)
  • retaining walls (natural stone, concrete block, wood)
  • excavation
  • boulder placement
  • drainage
  • wetland mitigation
  • sportsfield construction
  • green roof/vegetative roof
  • and much, much more…

Residential services include:

  • landscape & irrigation consulting/design
  • landscape & irrigation installation
  • water features (waterfalls, bubbling rocks, ponds)
  • concrete/brick/aggregate/paver installation
  • gravel walkways, patios, driveways
  • porous paving (concrete pavers, grasspave)
  • retaining walls (natural stone, concrete block, wood)
  • excavation
  • boulder placement
  • drainage
  • and much, much more…

 

 

News

Johnson Brothers was recently featured in ‘The Olympian’ newspaper for our installation of the “Green Roof” at the new Olympia City Hall

www.theolympian.com

 

 

Johnson Brothers recently provided the landscape & irrigation installation for the Percival Landing Major Rehabilitation project in Olympia, WA which was awarded the 2012 APWA Washington Chapter Project of the Year in the Structures $5-$25 Million catagory, as well as a finalist for the ACEC 2012 Engineering Excellence Award “Gold”

http://www.djc.com/special/ACEC2012/awards.html?frmurl=2.html