Mark McKechnie

Principal, AIA

Project Responsibility

Principal-in-Charge, Overall Project Management, Construction Phase Services

A Little About Me

I believe in giving back to the profession. I spent nine years on the Oregon Licensing Board and have participated nationally on committees to improve the quality of architectural education and licensing examination. And I have an amazing family.

Experience:

Mr. McKechnie has been actively involved in the planning, design, project management and construction of a wide range of building types over the course of his career. He has successfully led project teams on projects as diverse as clean room laboratories, golf course club houses and upscale restaurants. He has also been an active member of project teams designing and constructing projects up to $50 million. He has been instrumental in forging relationships between Architects, Contractors, Developers and Owners to successfully navigate the completion a range of building projects, many on difficult sites, and with tight budgets or narrow construction windows.

He is experienced in value engineering and designing to budgets. He has a broad understanding of the construction process from the perspectives of the architect, owner’s representative, developer, and contractor.

Active Registrations:

CA, DC, MN, NM, NJ, NV, OR, UT, WA, WI

Education:

University of Oregon, Bachelor of Architecture, 1972
University of Minnesota, Master of Architecture, 1978

Interests:

I love solving puzzles, travel, playing golf and winning at Duplicate Bridge

Hometown:

Born in Medford, grew up in Sacramento, spent 10 years in Minnesota and 15 in Annapolis, Maryland

Representative Projects:

The Pottery Building, Red Wing, MN
100,000 mixed-use adaptive reuse of a former pottery plant – the first certified historic mixed-use rehab in the upper Midwest

SkyPark Plaza, Medford, OR
An innovative 26-unit condo complex surrounding an open-air plaza located over an existing parking lot within the downtown core of the city

The Hematology-Oncology Building, Medford, OR
A 26,000 medical office building for a specialty medical practice

College Park Scholars Headquarters, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
$600,000 renovation of former dining hall into a living/learning center.

Almond Street Apartments, Medford, OR
108-unit 5-story apartment building featuring hi-tech units, a community gym and work out space, rooftop garden and play area, and under building covered parking

Starbucks’ Restaurants
In-line or free standing shell spaces for developers leasing to Starbucks locations in WA and OR

Denny’s Restaurants
New and remodeled franchise restaurants located in WA, OR, CA, MN and WI

Holly Theatre Renovation, Medford, OR
Renovation of a 1930s era 1,000 seat theater from the existing walls out