infrastructure planning

Sandy Fire District Main Station

The major renovation of Sandy Fire District Main Station entailed a seismic retrofit, doubled capacity for staff, and a reimagined aesthetic in line with new City guidelines. A combination station with career and volunteer firefighters, Sandy Fire serves a region stretching from the outskirts of the Portland metro area to the base of Mt. Hood. The renovated facility now fully supports a growing community, provides a healthier work environment for its staff, and sets an aspirational standard of design for the City. A headquarters station, Sandy Fire houses district offices, administrative...Learn more

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

Portland International Airport Rental Car Quick-Turnaround Facility

Rental Car Quick Turn-Around (QTA) facilities are an innovative building type, with only about dozen in the country. A successful QTA facility efficiently and safely fuels and cleans rental cars to meet the current demands of airport customers, while being able to accommodate future growth. They are logistically complicated projects that require an in-depth understanding of traffic flow, operational function, airport safety protocol, and fueling. The 316,000 SF facility can clean and fuel up to 430 cars per hour, 76 fueling stations, and 16 car wash bays. The project is targeting an ENVISION...Learn more

Regional Industrial Site Readiness Project

Mackenzie is working for a regional consortium of public and private funders—including Metro, the State of Oregon’s Business Oregon, Port of Portland, Portland Business Alliance, and the Oregon Chapter of NAIOP, the national commercial and industrial development association—to inventory and identify infrastructure and policy strategies for industrial land in the Portland metropolitan area. Performed in two phases, the project produced a GIS-based industrial site inventory based on development readiness. Phase II work included identifying the 12 most strategically-important industrial sites...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
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