manufacturing

Intel Ronler Acres MSB1

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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

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

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

Farwest Steel

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Mackenzie collaborated with development manager Specht Properties and general contractor Perlo on this heavy manufacturing project. Built on 20 acres of formerly Port of Vancouver-owned land, the facility includes two concrete tilt-up buildings—a 20,000 SF freestanding office building and a 360,000 SF steel fabrication building. The project team worked on behalf of Farwest Steel, in collaboration with the Port of Vancouver, City of Vancouver, State of Washington, Columbia River Economic Development Council, along with several non-profit community development entities, to find, evaluate, and...Learn more

DW Fritz

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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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