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

Lam Research

Situated on a 58-acre site, the Lam Research corporate campus will eventually include up to 12 buildings totaling approximately 1.3 million SF. Master planning and site design for the entire campus included assistance in phasing the development to meet the timelines dictated by the client’s market requirements. The $150 million first phase included 19.6 acres and four buildings: a manufacturing facility with clean rooms, an engineering building with clean rooms, a site services building, and a 2-story central utility building (CUB). The first three buildings are linked by an enclosed,...Learn more

Intel Ronler Acres MSB1

Intel initiated development of this four-story 429,000 SF Manufacturing Support Building to provide functional support areas for the adjacent D1X facility as part of its Ronler Acres campus expansion. The building was delivered on an extremely aggressive schedule with multiple bid packages. Mackenzie provided management and coordination of the Revit model, working with a shared architectural-structural model. The project required extensive stakeholder engagement, coordination with the D1X design team, and collaboration with numerous process engineers for specialized building and materials...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

DW Fritz

This tenant improvement created a new headquarters for DWFritz Automation, a leading provider of custom-engineered automation systems for advanced manufacturing clients. The phased 70,000 SF remodel includes 50,000 SF of manufacturing space and 20,000 SF of office and support space. The workplace buildout incorporates a mix of open and private office, conference rooms, and breakout spaces for team collaboration and impromptu meetings. The contemporary design incorporates creative office elements and modern finishes selected to promote the retention and attraction of talent. Employee amenities...Learn more
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