due diligence review

Bainbridge Police & Fire Facilities Assessment

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The Bainbridge Island Fire Department in collaboration with City of Bainbridge Island hired Mackenzie to conduct a study to evaluate their three existing fire stations and police station to determine what projects would be required to better meet the goals and future needs of the Fire and Police Departments. Mackenzie started the process by individually evaluating the four existing stations, noting items not in compliance with current building code (NFPA standards, WAC requirements, ADA accessibility, and energy code, structural). The design team closely examined systems and materials damaged...Learn more

Stevens County Fire Needs Assessment

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Stevens County Fire Protection District No. 1, looking to evaluate current and future needs for the Loon Lake, Suncrest and Clayton areas, hired Mackenzie to develop a needs assessment to evaluate the current stations within these communities. The needs assessment report enabled the Fire District to understand its current and future needs by defining the spatial requirements for equipment, supplies and staff for the three stations under consideration. Mackenzie started the process of evaluating the existing stations, noting items not in compliance with current building code (ADA accessibility...Learn more

Sandy Police Station

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The exterior of this two-story facility was developed to meet the City of Sandy’s stringent design standards. Exterior elements consist of fiber cement lap siding, board and batten, a concrete masonry unit base, gabled roofing and architectural aluminum clad windows. Exterior site improvements included stormwater retention and treatment, secure covered parking, and pervious asphalt. The completed facility houses the Sandy Police Department with space designed to allow use by visiting law enforcement agencies. Interior program elements include: a public lobby; private offices; a large briefing...Learn more

Safeway "Lifestyle" Prototype Rollout

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Mackenzie is working with Safeway, Inc. , on implementation of Safeway's new "Lifestyle" format upgrade to stores across the West Coast. The format upgrade is an element of the retail corporation's "Ingredients for life" rebranding campaign. Mackenzie projects include occupied remodels; expansions; and new construction replacements of existing stores, primarily in Washington, Alaska, and Northern California, for stores ranging in size from 26,000 to 85,000 SF. Service departments include bakery, pharmacy, and service meat and seafood, as well as coffee kiosks and indoor and outdoor seating...Learn more

24 Hour Fitness

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Mackenzie has been a regional corporate architect for 24 Hour Fitness since early 1999. In that time, the firm has been engaged in the design of more than 60 new or remodeled facilities in Oregon, Washington, California, Nevada, Colorado, and Hawaii. Projects have included gym remodels, tenant improvements, and court/floor revisions for existing athletic clubs, as well as new athletic clubs and spas, ranging from 5,000 to 77,000 SF. Program components include workout and weight training areas, locker rooms and shower facilities, basketball courts, racquetball courts, lap pools and spas,...Learn more

Fred Meyer Prototype Rollout

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Mackenzie has been working with Kroger NW and Fred Meyer for a number of years in the rollout of new stores, new merchandising, décor and energy strategies and the implementation of new features into existing stores. Mackenzie projects include occupied remodels, expansions, and new stores in the northwest region—including Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and Idaho—for stores ranging in size from 65,000 SF to 200,000 SF. Upgrades include on- and offsite improvements, exterior expansions and refresh, and interior re-design with new colors, décor, fixtures, signage, graphics, skylights, lighting, and...Learn more
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