Old Mill District Northernmost Shops

This lifestyle retail development includes three buildings and site design in Bend, Oregon’s renowned Old Mill District. Our client tasked us with looking back at the original visioning of the Old Mill District and designing a set of buildings based on the historic context of the old lumber mill that once occupied the site. The first challenge we faced was to deliver a design responsive to the client that reflected the historic context while providing a place that would be attractive to the high-end retailers targeted for the new development. Mackenzie designed the Northernmost Shops in a way...Learn more

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

Ronler Drive

As a result of the Ronler Acres D1X project, Intel was conditioned to provide mitigation for the project’s transportation impacts by providing a City/public collector roadway connecting 229th to Cornelius Pass Road. The completed 2,100 LF, three-lane roadway includes signals both at NW 229th under City jurisdiction and at NW Cornelius Pass Road under Washington County jurisdiction. The concrete road widens out to 4 lanes at the intersections.. Cornelius Pass Road required a deceleration lane as it approached Ronler Drive. All the work within Cornelius Pass Road was permitted separately...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

Portland Public Schools Athletic Facilities

Mackenzie is a committed partner to the Ten Great Fields effort to improve safety and playability and bring Portland Public Schools’ field and track facilities up to NFHS standards. The firm’s engineers, architects, and planners have coordinated with the district and booster organizations on improvements at seven PPS high schools, including Lincoln, Cleveland, Wilson, Franklin, Madison, Roosevelt, and Jefferson. For Lincoln, Mackenzie designed a phased project to convert a natural turf field to synthetic turf and upgrade associated facilities. Phase I, completed in 2002, included a new storm...Learn more


MachineWorks is a mixed-use, urban infill development in Portland’s Pearl District located on the site of a former light industrial building. The new building includes a two-story, 46,000 SF fitness club at ground level, three levels of elevated parking, and 70,000 SF of office and commercial space spanning four floors. The exterior of the building features industrial materials and scale elements treated carefully to achieve a uniform but compelling aesthetic. Two eco-roofs providing both stormwater filtering and heat island reduction highlight the LEED Gold-certified design. Mackenzie was...Learn more

24 Hour Fitness

Mackenzie has been a regional corporate architect for 24 Hour Fitness since early 1999. In that time, the firm has been engaged in the design of more than 60 new or remodeled facilities in Oregon, Washington, California, Nevada, Colorado, and Hawaii. Projects have included gym remodels, tenant improvements, and court/floor revisions for existing athletic clubs, as well as new athletic clubs and spas, ranging from 5,000 to 77,000 SF. Program components include workout and weight training areas, locker rooms and shower facilities, basketball courts, racquetball courts, lap pools and spas,...Learn more

Kruse Village

Gramor Development initially hired Mackenzie to shepherd a proposed design for the new Kruse Village through the City of Lake Oswego’s development review and approval process. The firm was then contracted to carry the project from design development through construction administration, including architectural, structural, and hardscape design. Located at the intersections of Kruse Way, Meadows Drive and Carman Drive, the new retail center includes six buildings ranging in size from 6,400 to 13,400 SF and totaling more than 63,000 SF. The steel structure buildings utilize a variety of cladding...Learn more

Our Lady of the Lake Catholic School

Mackenzie provided the overall design lead in the development of plans for the Our Lady of the Lake campus, including comprehensive off-site public improvements. The 54,000 SF building houses a K–8 elementary school with office space, nine classrooms, specialty classrooms, a gym and a cafeteria, as well as a parish office. Also included in the project were playfields and other site improvements, including additional parking. Due to the adjacency to the City’s and an established neighborhood, Mackenzie devised a strategic plan for public outreach and navigation of the public process,...Learn more

Happy Valley Town Center

Gramor Development hired Callison for the master plan and concept design of this lifestyle retail center. Mackenzie was hired to cost effectively take the master plan and concept design and, beginning with schematic design, see it through construction and final completion. Mackenzie successfully worked to further develop the design team’s master plan and concepts, joining the in-progress team and blending seamlessly into the mix. Happy Valley Town Center is anchored by a few large stores with several small, freestanding shop buildings. Phase I consisted of nine buildings on a 13.8-acre site,...Learn more
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