Architecture and Design

McLane Truck Wash Maintenance Facility – Texas and Florida

Each facility in Arlington, Texas; Houston, Texas; and Orlando, Florida, is approximately 14,100 square feet and serves McLane’s truck fleet for general overall maintenance, upkeep and fueling. Within the building are five high bays that are used for general repairs and maintenance to full overhaul of the vehicles as well as a full automatic washing system. A crane rail supports the entire building and allows for ease of working on the vehicles as well as movement of parts from the storage area located on the mezzanine of an office area for support staff. This office area includes offices, breakroom and restroom facilities.

In addition to the interior functions, there are two fueling bays at the exterior which house one 1200-gallon tank and two 400-gallon tanks. The site was configured to accommodate tractor-trailer staging and screened outdoor battery and tire storage. The architecture of the buildings was stipulated to meet within the zoning and overlay districts of the area and secure perimeter of the site.