Mckenzie Commercial Construction

Awards

 

100 BEST COMPANIES TO WORK FOR IN OREGON

100 BEST COMPANIES TO WORK FOR IN OREGON

McKenzie Commercial Contractors, Inc. has ranked 8th in the small business category of the 23rd annual 100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon.

The Oregon Business 100 Best list recognizes large, medium & small companies for excellence in work environment, management and communications, decision-making and trust, career development and learning, and benefits and compensation.

"Participating in this survey helps us stay competitive in the marketplace and recruit and retain quality employees", say Todd Glenz, President & Principal Owner.

McKenzie Commercial ranked 7th in 2015, 12th in 2014, 3rd in 2013.

GORDON REA

GORDON REA, SENIOR PROJECT SUPERINTENDENT, RECEIVES 2019 AIA CONSTRUCTION CRAFT AWARD

Gordon Rea was awarded the American Institute of Architects Construction Craft Award at the May 8, 2019 award ceremony. The AIA honored the most deserving of contractors and other industry individuals for their superior skills, attentive effort and those that have mastered the ideals of craftsmanship.

Gordon was nominated for this award by Robertson Sherwood Architects for his outstanding work, not only at the new SELCO Community Credit Union Thurston Branch, but over the course of his career.

Letters from past and current clients in support for Gordon expressed his demonstration of unparalleled commitment to every project.

 

100 BEST GREEN WORKPLACES IN OREGON

MCKENZIE COMMERCIAL NAMED ONE OF THE 2016 100 BEST GREEN WORKPLACES IN OREGON

For the third year in a row, McKenzie Commercial Contractors, Inc. was named one of the 100 Best Green Workplaces in Oregon, ranking 27th out of 100.

More than 15,000 employees & volunteers from the for-profit & nonprofit sectors participated in the survey.

"We consider it a privilege to be among Oregon businesses who are focusing on creating sustainable workplaces", says Todd Glenz, Principal Owner.

Current Project

Oakridge Junior/Senior High and Elementary School
McKenzie Commercial CM/GC team built the Oakridge School District construction team through a low bid competitive pricing approach. Utilizing a fast-track approach, the project team substantially completed 65% of the project during the summer break in the academic calendar. Read more...

Oakridge

Latest News

AIA Construction Craft Award
Gordon Rea was awarded the American Institute of Architects Construction Craft Award at the May 8, 2019 award ceremony. The AIA honored the most deserving of contractors and other industry individuals for their superior skills, attentive effort and those that have mastered the ideals of craftsmanship. Read More...

AIA Construction Craft Award

Featured Project

Mapleton Elementary and High School
McKenzie Commercial puts their many years of experience with CM/GC projects to work. Before construction got underway, we helped implement almost $400,000 in value-engineering savings, and have phased this project in accordance with the school year to keep the building occupied and preserve school activities. Read more...

Mapleton

Current Project

Oakridge Junior/Senior High and Elementary School
McKenzie Commercial CM/GC team built the Oakridge School District construction team through a low bid competitive pricing approach. Utilizing a fast-track approach, the project team substantially completed 65% of the project during the summer break in the academic calendar. Read more...

Oakridge

Latest News

AIA Construction Craft Award
Gordon Rea was awarded the American Institute of Architects Construction Craft Award at the May 8, 2019 award ceremony. The AIA honored the most deserving of contractors and other industry individuals for their superior skills, attentive effort and those that have mastered the ideals of craftsmanship. Read More...

AIA Construction Craft Award

Featured Project

Mapleton Elementary and High School
McKenzie Commercial puts their many years of experience with CM/GC projects to work. Before construction got underway, we helped implement almost $400,000 in value-engineering savings, and have phased this project in accordance with the school year to keep the building occupied and preserve school activities. Read more...

Mapleton