Industrial Mezzanines

Product Description

A Meriton mezzanine will help you gain precious storage or office space by taking advantage of the free height in your building. Our custom-built structures are made to meet your specific requirements and use high-strength components and columns to meet the load conditions we have determined you need for your specific application. We have a number of different types of mezzanines available to suit your applications such as rack-supported, shelf-supported or structural mezzanines. Mezzanines can be designed to increase your storage capacity, to provide for more efficient order picking and fulfillment, for production purposes or they may be combined with modular offices to accommodate your personnel on the ground floor, second floor or both.

Our structures are all reviewed by a structural engineer and are supplied with stamped engineering drawings acceptable to the province where our client is situated. All mezzanine projects are turnkey projects with our team taking care of design, fabrication and install. We offer a wide range of floor surfaces and accessories, barriers, handrails and stair options.


With many mezzanine projects successfully completed, Meriton is your ideal resource partner to increase your working space and avoid having to expand your building or move. You can minimize your outlay and recover your investment in a reasonable period of time comparing to an expensive expansion project. The capacity of our mezzanines can vary from 75 lb. per square foot for a simple rack supported walkway to 250 lb per square foot for a heavy-duty storage facility. Consult our downloadable brochure for more details, and then contact our sales office to discuss your specific requirements with an expert.


We now offer our clients a lease arrangement for acquiring our mezzanines. This allows you to pay an affordable monthly amount instead of paying the entire amount upfront at the point of purchase. Ask for a leasing option to be included in your mezzanine quotation.

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