Arcimoto Factory – Eugene, OR

Arcimoto Factory – Eugene, OR

Arcimoto’s rAMP mass production facility – 2022

Our success can be measured by our clients success

At MAE Engineering, we aim to enable our community to accomplish their purpose and goals. Arcimoto is local company making a global impact in pursuit of their vision. It has been an ongoing pleasure to partner with Arcimoto to assist with their sustained growth beginning with the AMP (Arcimoto Manufacturing Plant) in 2019. MAE Engineering is currently assisting the design team in the re-purposing of the downtown Eugene property into the new rAMP Mass Production Plant. The rAMP is currently producing vehicles while building improvements are underway and we are excited for this milestone for this amazing company.

-MAE Where Vision Meets Strength

Pearl Street Parking Structure Stairs – Eugene, OR

Pearl Street Parking Structure Stairs – Eugene, OR

Completed in the spring of 2018 this project consisted of giving the existing concrete and steel stairs at The Pearl Street Parking Structure a much needed makeover.

A priority for this project was to update the overall safety and durability of the existing steel stair system while maintaining as much of the existing stair structure as feasible.

When working with an existing structure the process can be overwhelming but the team at MAE has the experience and attention to detail needed to give your project the facelift it deserves.

Kendall Subaru – Eugene, OR

MAE is proud to have been a part of the well-oiled design build team for the all new Kendall Subaru dealership located on Goodpasture Island Road.

Both inside and out this structure demonstrates the flexibility a steel building has to offer. Allowing for a wide rage of design options to meet our clients needs.

No matter the complexity the team at MAE strives to make your built space a reality!

Kendall Ford – Eugene, OR

Kendall Ford – Eugene, OR

With the demolition of the existing service area, Kendall Ford upgraded to a modern facility that includes fifty-nine service bays, six quick lube bays, and five customer service lanes.

After the project’s first phase was well under construction MAE assisted with foundation and component design for the service center. Later, we were contracted for the full structural design and associated seismic retrofitting for the 15,000 sf showroom.

This remodel involved removing multiple bearing walls to open the showroom floor. Additionally, the seismic retrofit involved Fiber Reinforced Polymer wraps (FRP) to strengthen and preserve the existing concrete systems. We were able to provide engineering services that was economical and timely to help the construction team get back to their desired schedule.