The Salvation Army 82nd Avenue ARC

Mackenzie has a long-standing relationship with The Salvation Army, and has provided professional services at a variety of facilities, including several adult rehabilitation centers (ARCs). ARCs have extensive programming needs, as they include group living, transitional housing, office, warehouse, retail, and other support uses. Mackenzie provided planning and A/E services for the 82nd Avenue ARC in Portland, Oregon, from master planning and entitlements through design and construction, including on- and off-site infrastructure improvements. Mackenzie planners prepared the requisite...Learn more

Speedway Commerce Center

Mackenzie provided master planning and site development services for Speedway Commerce Center, the largest industrial development in Las Vegas. On- and off-site improvements for the 85-acre site expanded the local infrastructure and extend the industrial area. Our client chose Mackenzie for this phase to ensure close coordination between disciplines given the complex nature of the development process, which includes required zoning modifications and necessary infrastructure improvements. The civil engineering design work included the modification of public rights-of-way to local, private...Learn more

Rivergate Corporate Center

Rivergate Corporate Center is a multi-phase project for which Mackenzie has provided ongoing planning, design, and engineering services. Planning work included coordination and applications with the Port of Portland and City of Portland. Phase I, completed more than 10 years ago, included Building A (338,125 SF) and Building B (150,000 SF), and sits on 23 acres. Phase II, completed 2003, includes a 402,450 SF building occupied by Georgia Pacific, a manufacturer of consumer paper products. Its amenities include 30’ ceiling clearance heights, room for trailer storage, and upgraded fire...Learn more

Organically Grown

Mackenzie developed this tenant improvement within an existing warehouse shell to create a customized facility for Organically Grown, a produce distribution company. It includes 13,575 SF of office space and 105,425 SF of production coolers and processing space. Mackenzie’s structural and architectural staff coordinated and designed the structural support for the coolers and process piping in the production areas.Learn more

Coffee Bean International

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

Morgan Distributing

Working within a design-build team, Mackenzie provided comprehensive A/E services for this build-to-suit facility for Morgan Distributing, a provider of beverage products to northern and central Oregon. The 100,100 SF building shell houses a range of uses, including corporate offices, conditioned storage, retail sales, visitor hospitality space and a beverage tasting. A 14,000 SF mezzanine provides additional storage. Specialized features include a secure perimeter, driver check-in/check-out functions, and a 4,800 SF standalone truck fueling/wash/repair facility. The design successfully...Learn more

HCSA Laundry Facility

This project relocated a large commercial laundry service for hospitals in the Seattle/Puget Sound metro area. Mackenzie’s scope began with completion of a due diligence study, concept plan, and site test fits for five sites in Renton, Kent, and Auburn, Washington. From this, we prepared a development feasibility report, including estimated costs. The firm subsequently handled entitlements—special master land use permit application, SEPA environmental checklist, and public hearing and application assistance—and provided design and construction documentation through construction contract...Learn more

Dealers Supply

Mackenzie provided comprehensive A/E services for this two-building, build-to-suit development on a 10.5-acre brownfield site. Building One, a 110,000 SF tilt concrete building with 26’ clear, includes warehouse (90,000 SF), office (12,000 SF), showroom (4,000 SF), and maintenance shop (4,000 SF) functions. A 950 SF training room accommodates architectural continuing education courses, roofing seminars and subcontractor events. The flexible ground floor showroom and sales room features an industrial aesthetic to highlight Dealers Supply products. Building Two is a 48,000 SF exterior storage...Learn more

Danner Boots

This 64,548 SF tenant space within the LogistiCourt building on 181st Avenue houses the Danner boot manufacturing facility, including 9,594 SF of administrative offices on two floors. This facility allows the company to improve manufacturing efficiency to raise production, as well as significantly increasing the amenities provided to employees. To accommodate Danner’s complex manufacturing process, including hundreds of individual work stations, the existing 30’ interior clear height is utilized to cleanly accommodate a complex system of utilities, including HVAC, process air, electrical...Learn more

Bybee Lake Logistics Center

This 37.7-acre site, built in two phases, houses two buildings—Phase I: 428,750 SF and Phase II: 290,425 SF—totaling 719,175 SF. Both buildings were designed to house multiple tenants dealing with high pile storage and distribution in the Rivergate area of North Portland. The Phase I building has 83 loading dock doors on two sides of the structure, and the Phase II building has 56 loading dock doors. Both buildings are designed with clear heights of 32’. The exteriors of the structures feature tilt wall construction with composite roof systems.Learn more
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