Patrick A. McKechnie

Associate AIA

Project Responsibility

Design, Project Management

A Little About Me

Mostly just architecture, I don’t like pumpkin flavored ice cream

Experience:

Mr. McKechnie joined OAI in 2014. From 2011 through early 2014 he worked in Southeast Asia, where he was part of project design team on a range of private projects in the educational, and housing sectors. Many of the commissions were infill projects designed to be sensitive to the existing infrastructure and neighborhood. The O’ Museum in Bangkok in particular provided the opportunity to develop methods of bringing the outdoors in, while maintaining the controlled environment fine art requires.

Between school terms Mr. McKechnie tried his hand at construction, where he developed an understanding of how buildings should be put together. He has put that knowledge to good use in his current role in the design of residential and commercial projects.

Education:

Arizona State University, Bachelor of Design Studies, Tempe, AZ – 2011
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology study abroad – 2011
Boston Architectural College, Boston, MA – 2017

Interests:

Scuba diving, world travel, wilderness

Hometown:

Phoenix, Arizona

Representative Projects:

Rogue Credit Union, Klamath Falls, OR
Renovation of an existing branch bank into a new Credit Union branch, including
updated electronic, media and banking systems

The O’ Museum, Bangkok, Thailand
A 26,000 sf state-of-the-art building commissioned for the public display of a private art museum, including extensive daylighting, climate control and security systems

Starbucks Restaurants, Albany, Keizer and Medford, OR, Yakima, WA
Stand-alone franchise restaurants in Oregon and Washington

SkyPark Plaza, Medford, OR
An innovative 26-unit housing concept constructed over an existing parking lot within the Central Business District of the City

Almond Street Apartments, Medford, OR
108 unit apartment complex in the center city above at-grade parking, hi-tech units, in-building gym and a terrace roof garden. Units have views of the mountains.

Dos Coyotes Restaurant, Turlock, CA
A Santa Fe style sit-down restaurant for a chain expanding throughout central CA

Costa Vida Restaurant, Vancouver, WA
A new freestanding location with drive-thru for a Utah chain expanding into the
Pacific Northwest