Case Study

City of Van Alstyne, Van Alstyne, TX

Sq. Ft.
Storage Mezzanine



In 1872, a little over 35 inherited acres were sold to the Houston and Texas Central Railway by William McKinney for 20 gold coins per acre. William McKinney was a 9 year old boy who later passed away at the age of 14. This later became the city of Van Alstyne. The city was later incorporated in 1890.

Recently, they were looking to create more general storage space in their Department of Public Works. The Department of Public Works reached out to The Mezzanine Company to provide a storage solution

Additionally, they asked that the mezzanine be made secure so that access could be limited.


Working closely with the City of Van Alstyne, and our local Texas representative, we came up with a design for a 1,200 square foot rectangular shaped storage mezzanine that would serve their needs. For the flooring, Resindek would be used.

Additionally, the mezzanine included a straight run OSHA stair, to allow for foot traffic, and also a 5’ double swing gate, to allow for moving materials on and off.

In order to make the mezzanine secure, we provided a security cage around the base of the stairs.

Once the proposal was accepted, approval drawings were generated and our local rep made a site visit to make the finishing design adjustments and get customer sign off. When the mezzanine production was completed, we arranged for a prompt delivery and installation by our local team.

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