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Mackenzie Hires Charles Hayward as Sr. Construction Architect

Mackenzie, a Portland-based architecture and planning, has hired architect Charles “Chuck” Hayward. Hayward joins the firm’s advanced technology team, which has a long history of design work in the semiconductor industry.

Hayward brings 30 years of experience in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry, with the last 15 years focused on the design and delivery of complex semiconductor manufacturing and R&D facilities.

Hayward has worked as a senior construction architect and a design manager for an international semiconductor company based out of San Jose, California, and Hillsboro, Oregon. Bill Bezio, leader of Mackenzie’s Advanced Tech team, says, “I’ve enjoyed working with Chuck in different capacities on projects through the years—including across the table—and I’m really excited to have him join our team. He brings a wealth of technical insight and management experience that we are already benefiting from.” Mackenzie has offices in Portland, Seattle and Vancouver.


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