Remodel | RENOVATION | Tenant Improvement

MACNAK Construction takes pride in our vast experience and our commitment to providing exceptional service. As challenges arise during renovations and remodels, MACNAK Construction is able to respond promptly with solutions. We have a collaborative team approach that focuses on shared problem solving.

MACNAK Construction has completed several projects in occupied buildings while making every effort to minimize disruption to users of the building and adjacent work areas.

“The project involved demo in very close proximity to occupied space/cubicles. MACNAK performed above expectations and addressed all of our concerns. The site was adequately protected, work site was always cleaned at the end of all shifts, and GSA had no issues with the project disturbing building occupants.

The project objective was to provide a sound rated wall for the GSA OIG office.  Funding for the project was very tight and there were no funds for design or engineering.  MACNAK worked with the GSA project team to find a solution and was sensitive to the funding constraints throughout the process.”

Mike Whelan
GSA Contracting Officer Representative
February 2014

33rd Floor Tenant Improvement | Seattle, Washington

MACNAK Construction completed tenant improvements at the Jackson Federal Building. Work included selective demolition, wall construction, finishes including paint, and new carpet throughout.

What was cool? MACNAK Construction had to pull a 12 strand, single mode, armored plenum cable from the basement to the 33rd floor network rack.

TOFT 204 Renovations | Oak Harbor, Washington

MACNAK Construction provided design and prepared an existing space for the installation of a new Tactical Operational Flight Trainer (TOFT). Modifications to the existing space included building, electrical, fire protection, and HVAC modifications as necessary to support the new Trainer installation.

What was cool? MACNAK Construction closely coordinated all activities with our Client because the building operates 24 hours, 7 days a week and its operation could not be impacted or disturbed during construction.

Convergence Zone Renovation | Oak Harbor, Washington

The newly remodeled facility will draw customers to participate in activities like directed and self-directed activities, classes, special events, birthday parties and Command family events. All renovations were completed while the facility remained open to the public.

What was cool? The Convergent Zone was originally a bowling alley constructed in 1969. While a few lanes remain, MACNAK Construction created an attractive multi-functional recreational facility.