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Vancouver Police East Precinct

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The Vancouver Police East Precinct station presents a clear presence in a highly visible area for the Police Department and the City of Vancouver. The Police Department occupies 17,500 SF of space, including administration, patrol, custody (short-term holding), detectives, crime prevention, and phone reporting activities. The remaining 8,500 SF houses the City’s Construction Services Department. The approximately five-acre site accommodates the station and a two-acre neighborhood park. The award-winning project was designed to meet LEED criteria for sustainability.Learn more

Thatcher Community Park

Project
Thatcher Community Park was developed on a 25.5-acre site situated in the City of Forest Grove’s urban growth boundary but still viewed as a rural area. This perception rendered it critical to gain a true understanding of the history, current issues and future potential of the area to build public consensus for the park’s planned amenities. The park was constructed in two phases. The challenges this added layer of planning introduced were addressed through a thorough analysis of construction options and budget reviews. Coordination with several public agencies was necessary to ensure all...Learn more

Luscher Community Park

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This 12-acre community park is located on a historic, scenic and environmentally sensitive site. The final design successfully combines a wide variety of treasured community functions, including a 3-acre dog park, multi-use artificial turf athletic field, playground, 110-car parking lot, restroom/shelter facility, and trails. The public participation process successfully navigated a highly controversial and politically contentious project to a successful conclusion. An extensive public participation process bridged conflicting goals of dog park users, youth sports organizations, adjacent...Learn more

Keizer Civic Center

Project
Mackenzie provided comprehensive A/E services for the LEED Silver-certified Keizer City Hall, Police Facility, and Community Center and accompanying 2-acre park (designed concurrently). The combined facility strengthens serviceability and interaction between elected officials, city staff, police, and citizens. The 70,000 SF building is anchored by a 20,000 SF public community center and council chambers flanked by city hall and police station wings. The design emphasizes functionality in the wings with open, inviting public spaces in the building core. The goal of the park was to create a...Learn more
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