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Jantzen Building

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The Jantzen Building, completed in 1946 and designed by local architect Richard Sundeleaf, sits on Northeast Glisan Street at 20th Avenue. Mackenzie was tasked with giving the landmark, formerly known as the Jantzen Knitting Mills Building, a new identity that would position it as a dynamic and creative office environment for current and future tenants. To satisfy the criteria of the City Planning Commission’s historical design review process, the design team took cues from the building’s historic characteristics and responded by revealing the existing structure in order to celebrate its...Learn more

The Hudson Building

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As the first newly constructed office building in recent memory in downtown Vancouver, Washington, the Hudson serves as bridge between the community’s rich history and promising future. The design, both exterior and interior, reflects this unique position. The building’s brick is structural—it’s not simply skinned with a brick façade, like many contemporary buildings—and its clean, elegant aesthetic is a seamless match with neighboring historic buildings. A particular point of pride for Mackenzie is the role the Hudson is playing as cornerstone in the ongoing revitalization of downtown...Learn more

1510 Technology Center

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Located at the east end of the Hawthorne Bridge, this landmark adaptive reuse project furthers the evolution of Portland’s Central Eastside Industrial District. Mackenzie was tasked with transforming a historical building with several challenging existing conditions into world class software development center for tenant Viewpoint Construction Software. The developer charged the design team with delivering a highly efficient industrial office project (LEED platinum) at market rate within a restrictive budget. The firm provided comprehensive A/E services from concept design through...Learn more

Lam Research

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Situated on a 58-acre site, the Lam Research corporate campus will eventually include up to 12 buildings totaling approximately 1.3 million SF. Master planning and site design for the entire campus included assistance in phasing the development to meet the timelines dictated by the client’s market requirements. The $150 million first phase included 19.6 acres and four buildings: a manufacturing facility with clean rooms, an engineering building with clean rooms, a site services building, and a 2-story central utility building (CUB). The first three buildings are linked by an enclosed,...Learn more

Coffee Bean International

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Mackenzie provided full architecture, engineering, and planning services to transform an existing warehouse into a new corporate headquarters for Coffee Bean International, a roaster and distributor. The combined office and manufacturing/distribution facility includes 20,000 SF of flexible office space, 41,000 SF of production space, 22,000 SF of green bean storage, and 40,000 SF of storage for finished goods. Designers viewed the vacant warehouse building as a blank canvas upon which they could start from scratch to create a sense of history. The key exterior addition is a new entry canopy...Learn more
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