Albany Police Facility

The City of Albany, Oregon needed to replace their aging police station. Their decades-old facility was designed for 50 people and the department had grown to more than double that size since its construction. Mackenzie led the city through a needs assessment process and a successful bond campaign that secured the funding for a state-of-the-art 41,000 SF station designed to remain operational in the aftermath of an earthquake. The new facility will efficiently support a growing community with strategically planned areas for future expansion, provide a healthy work environment for officers and...Learn more

Rockwood Public Safety Facility

Funded by urban renewal dollars, this project provides a stronger police presence and redevelopment catalyst in a transitional neighborhood. It consolidates the Department’s Property and Evidence Division; houses the Gang Task Force, Traffic Division, and temporary holding cells; and provides working space for detectives and staff. A large meeting space accommodates both police training and community uses. Mackenzie provided comprehensive A/E services, working within a CM/GC project delivery method.Learn more

Vancouver Police West Precinct

Mackenzie provided comprehensive A/E services for the renovation and expansion of the Vancouver Police West Precinct. The project consisted of renovation of the existing 7,000 SF precinct and the addition of approximately 27,800 SF to create a new 34,800 SF state-of-the-art policing facility. A one-and-a-half-story glass entry serves as a hinge joining old and new. The design follows the standards and vernacular established in the Vancouver Police East Precinct building, also designed by Mackenzie, to provide easy recognition as a Vancouver Police facility. The exterior consists of cost-...Learn more

Vancouver Police East Precinct

The Vancouver Police East Precinct station presents a clear presence in a highly visible area for the Police Department and the City of Vancouver. The Police Department occupies 17,500 SF of space, including administration, patrol, custody (short-term holding), detectives, crime prevention, and phone reporting activities. The remaining 8,500 SF houses the City’s Construction Services Department. The approximately five-acre site accommodates the station and a two-acre neighborhood park. The award-winning project was designed to meet LEED criteria for sustainability.Learn more

Sandy Police Station

The exterior of this two-story facility was developed to meet the City of Sandy’s stringent design standards. Exterior elements consist of fiber cement lap siding, board and batten, a concrete masonry unit base, gabled roofing and architectural aluminum clad windows. Exterior site improvements included stormwater retention and treatment, secure covered parking, and pervious asphalt. The completed facility houses the Sandy Police Department with space designed to allow use by visiting law enforcement agencies. Interior program elements include: a public lobby; private offices; a large briefing...Learn more

Canby Police Station

Subsequent to an unsuccessful bond measure in 2008, the City of Canby and Canby Urban Renewal Agency hired Mackenzie to develop a new needs assessment for the City Police Department. The bond measure failed primarily due to project construction cost and the declining economy; the team set out to work with Canby Police and the Agency to reevaluate program needs and reduce the size and cost of the project. The goal was to develop a program that met the Police Department’s current and future needs (with expansion capabilities, but excluding the program elements of courts and training and firing...Learn more

Keizer Civic Center

Mackenzie provided comprehensive A/E services for the LEED Silver-certified Keizer City Hall, Police Facility, and Community Center and accompanying 2-acre park (designed concurrently). The combined facility strengthens serviceability and interaction between elected officials, city staff, police, and citizens. The 70,000 SF building is anchored by a 20,000 SF public community center and council chambers flanked by city hall and police station wings. The design emphasizes functionality in the wings with open, inviting public spaces in the building core. The goal of the park was to create a...Learn more
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