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Vancouver Clinic at 87th Avenue - building and parking
Vancouver Clinic at 87th Avenue - building and streetscape

Project Highlights

  • 137,000 sf, three-story building
  • Outpatient clinic facility with associated parking
  • Company headquarters
  • Existing Clinic building remained open during construction
  • Phase 1 –new building and south and west parking lots
  • Phase 2 – east parking lot and demolition of old building
  • 90-day streamlined review process (pre-application to final civil approval)
  • Upgraded off-site water main and accommodated sewer pump station
  • Arterial street improvements
  • Civil design, surveying, and permitting / entitlement


Client: The Neenan Company
Location: Vancouver, WA
Services Provided:
  • Planning
  • Civil Engineering
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Land Surveying

MacKay Sposito partnered with The Neenan Company of Colorado to design a new medical clinic for the Vancouver Clinic, replacing the existing medical clinic facility located on the same site. This project held the inherent challenge of meeting the Client’s goal of staging the project so that patient services were not interrupted. The new Clinic is a 3-story, 137,000 square foot structure with surface parking. We were able to provide numerous public benefits along with the clinic itself, including the accommodation of a new sanitary sewer pump station that replaced an existing, undersized pump station, installation of a culde-sac bulb on NE 5th Street, a public road that had been constructed
without an appropriate terminus. Our design also included the replacement of an undersized water line in NE 7th Street west of the site and the relocation of the main driveway onto NE 87th Avenue to improve safety along that street.

In addition to civil engineering, surveying, planning and landscape architecture services, MacKay Sposito acted as project coordinator for all sub-consultants during the entitlement process. In recognition of our depth of understanding of the City of Vancouver’s Streamlined Permitting Process, our staff was the point person for all communications with the City of Vancouver and worked with the sub-consultants to identify critical path timelines.