A mezzanine floor is a raised platform that is independent of a building structure and is supported by steel columns.
Mezzanine flooring can create additional floors of space for a variety of different uses, including extra storage space for a warehouse or extra office space. Mezzanine floors are a very quick and cost effective way to create new space without the expense and inconvenience of relocation.
A steel structual mezzanine floor utilises the overhead space in your existing premises, with the minimum of disruption and in most cases, without the need for planning permission.
A mezzanine may require a 1hr fire rating and there are a few reason why, we're happy to discuss this to see if your circumstances requires fire rating/protection.
Each floor is fully customised to a organisation’s own specific needs, available in a wide range of floor surfaces and sizes to maximize and improve space to get the best use from the total volume of the premises.
A mezzanine floor can cope with many different applications, from storage using racking or shelving on top and below the mezzanine, to the support of very heavy machinery or additional office space.
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