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Hillsboro Fire Stations

Mackenzie provided full architecture and engineering services to the City of Hillsboro for two new “sister” fire stations, Cherry Lane and Jones Farm. The stations feature similar floor plans with three apparatus bays each, training rooms, office space, and volunteer facilities. The apparatus bays feature integrated components for rope rescue training. Cherry Lane is the larger of the two stations at 16,672 SF, while the Jones Farm Fire Station encompasses 13,400 SF and serves the area around the Hillsboro Airport. The buildings are designed with masonry block shells and curved metal roofs...Learn more

Fred Meyer Prototype Rollout

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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