brand implementation

Unitus Community Credit Union

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Mackenzie has provided interior design services for multiple branches of this credit union. Tenant improvements typically range from 4,500 SF to 5,500 SF. Mackenzie also provided architecture, landscape architecture, and civil and structural engineering services for the core and shell of a new Vancouver, Washington, location. Designers worked within the client’s design standards to create customer environments that are warm and welcoming and create spaces that fit the end users’ programmatic and aesthetic needs.Learn more

Spirit Mountain Casino South Expansion

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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

Spirit Mountain Casino Mountain View Sports Bar

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With the addition of the South Expansion , also completed by Mackenzie, the casino’s existing buffet was relocated to the new space. This opened up a prime location in the complex, directly across from the main visitor entrance. Mackenzie provided interior design services for the remodel of this area into the new Mountain View Sports Bar. A large dome provides a focal point for the bar, while a custom fabricated mountain panorama surrounds the main dining space. Both elements are lit by specialty mood lighting which changes throughout the day. The stage and dance floor area accommodates a...Learn more

Orvis

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Mackenzie provided architecture, structural engineering and landscape architecture services for the Orvis Store at The Shops North at the Old Mill in Bend, Oregon. Part of phase two of the Old Mill District redevelopment, the custom build-to-suit Orvis Store was designed to fit the Orvis brand while blending into the Old Mill District setting. The Orvis Store included a lodge-like exterior, porch, natural materials, and a custom trout weather vane. The store fit in with the Old Mill surrounding, which featured piers designed to mimic smoke stack stations, cedar siding, paned windows, and...Learn more

24 Hour Fitness

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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

Stadium Fred Meyer Store Remodel & Expansion

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Located at the convergence of two neighborhoods and along one of Portland’s busiest corridors, the renovation and expansion of the Stadium Fred Meyer Retail Store on West Burnside represents an urban response to both community and context. The new design balances the programmatic needs of the client, the ethos of the neighborhoods, and the guidance of the Portland Design Commission. The new store, totaling 110,000 SF, brings energy and life to the streetfront by the building’s realignment along Burnside and 21st Street. The improved frontage along Burnside dramatically enhances the pedestrian...Learn more

Coffee Bean International

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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

Fred Meyer Prototype Rollout

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Mackenzie has been working with Kroger NW and Fred Meyer for a number of years in the rollout of new stores, new merchandising, décor and energy strategies and the implementation of new features into existing stores. Mackenzie projects include occupied remodels, expansions, and new stores in the northwest region—including Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and Idaho—for stores ranging in size from 65,000 SF to 200,000 SF. Upgrades include on- and offsite improvements, exterior expansions and refresh, and interior re-design with new colors, décor, fixtures, signage, graphics, skylights, lighting, and...Learn more

Danner Boots

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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
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