renovation

Coffee Bean International

Project
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

Fred Meyer Prototype Rollout

Project
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

Concordia University School of Law and George R. White Law Library

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Mackenzie was hired, as part of the firm’s continued relationship with Concordia University, to develop a project program, assist with evaluation of suitable existing buildings, and aid in site selection for new construction or renovation for a new law school and law library in Boise, Idaho. Upon completion of the program and selection of the site, work progressed into development of construction documents and construction of the three-story facility. The program includes lecture halls for 30-, 60-, and 100-person capacities. The scope of services included structural upgrades and tenant...Learn more

RiverEast Center

Project
Mackenzie provided full A/E services, including tenant improvements, for the transformation of a blighted 1951 warehouse in Portland’s Central Eastside district into the LEED Gold-certified RiverEast Center. Designers’ goals were to create a high performing office development that retained the industrial nature of the existing structure; seamless integration into the surrounding industrial area; and maximized energy efficiency, minimized waste, and increased environmental quality. As part of the award-winning redevelopment, Mackenzie provided site and plaza design, which included an expansion...Learn more
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