Harrison Square

Mackenzie’s repositioning of the Harrison Building lobby reinvigorated and modernized the building’s sense of place and introduced a set of attractive tenant amenities. Before renovation, the only common area inside the building was a few chairs in the hallway. The design transformed former tenant space into an expanded lobby, inviting lounge spaces, and a coffee shop—all of which build identity and community. The design is a modern take on the building’s midcentury vintage, with wood paneling, lush fabrics, and exposed waffle slab ceiling elements. A series of visual connections link the...Learn more

Village Baptist Church

Mackenzie began working on this project after the construction bids for a church design by another architect and engineer were significantly over budget. After evaluating the existing structure, the team decided that a portion of the existing building should be demolished and a new sanctuary built adjacent with a strong pedestrian connection to the existing facility. The 46,000 SF facility includes an 800-person sanctuary with raised platform area, supporting lobby area with a coffee bar, large entry canopies, classrooms, a nursery, and expansion space for a future balcony or administrative...Learn more

Spirit Mountain Casino South Expansion

Mackenzie assisted the Spirit Mountain Development Corporation, for the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, with the Spirit Mountain Casino remodel and expansion. The 132,500 SF, two-story South Expansion project includes a new multi-use events center with seating for up to 2,200 people. The events center sub-divides with movable walls, into a variety of smaller meeting and banquet rooms. The South Expansion includes the largest buffet in Oregon, with full back-of-house support, including a state-of-the-art kitchen, receiving area, storage, and walk-in coolers and freezers. The second-story...Learn more
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