Woodmont Natural Park

Woodmont Natural Park is designed to enhance and restore its existing ecosystems and strengthen the community’s connection to the natural environment. During the master plan process, Mackenzie led an extensive public outreach program that included online surveys, design workshops, and presentations. These efforts centered on listening to the community and gathering feedback to inform the park features. Mackenzie also engaged closely with advisory committees and city commissioners to gain approvals. A variety of distinct areas were identified in the planning process: flexible open space, oak...Learn more

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

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

Sandy Transit Center

To meet the needs of the growing City of Sandy Transit system, Mackenzie, leading a multidisciplinary design team, provided design through construction services for the new main transit station in Sandy. Preliminary efforts included working with City staff, elected officials, and the public to create a station design meeting business community, rider, and transit system needs. Design work included modifying traffic flow patterns on multiple roadways, Centennial Plaza improvements to accommodate transit operations, installation of a restroom facility, and provision of a custom-designed transit...Learn more

Progress Ridge TownSquare

Mackenzie provided planning and site design services for this innovative joint-use retail and open space project between Gramor Development and Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District (THPRD). The Progress Ridge area is a designated urban town center in the City of Beaverton located adjacent to the Progress Quarry pond. The vision between the developer and the city was to design a pedestrian-friendly civic hub with a strong sense of community that would provide a wide range of services to the growing region. The development includes approximately 280,000 SF of retail and office buildings...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

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


Mackenzie provided site development services for Genentech’s 296,000 SF Hillsboro Fill and Finish (HFF) facility. Initially, Mackenzie prepared alternative conceptual site plans for the approximately 12-acre Phase 1 project within Genentech’s 75-acre parcel. Mackenzie, in collaboration with Flad and Associates , prepared final conceptual site plans and engineering plans and managed Development Review approval from the city. Mackenzie then provided civil engineering and landscape architecture design and construction documents for the project and comprehensive A/E construction administration...Learn more

Concordia University Hilken Community Stadium

Concordia University retained Mackenzie to design a new sports soccer and baseball field facility. The University desired a facility that would attract talented athletes and serve as a source of pride for both the University and the surrounding community. The field orientations and dimensions for the 1,200-seat stadium were based on Concordia University staff recommendations and NCAA/NAIA standards. Though the soccer and baseball fields are combined, the design provides two distinctive atmospheres. For instance, the soccer and baseball fields have separate entrances and entry plazas, and...Learn more

Clay Street Pedestrian Plaza

Designers of the LEED Gold-certified RiverEast Center project worked with the City of Portland to create a model stormwater system that treats not only roof water runoff, but also water from the parking lot, public plaza, and adjoining city streets. As Portland’s first shared green street, Clay Street Pedestrian Plaza treats public stormwater runoff in a privately maintained facility and provides a pedestrian and bicycle connection from the Central Eastside to the Eastbank Esplanade. The facility combines the City of Portland standard flow-through planter and infiltration basin details,...Learn more
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