Mezzanine Floors

Mezzanine or raised floors are an ideal way of increasing existing floor space without having to relocate or expand your current buildings.

It may be within industrial, office or retail environments.

We are able to supply a complete system, including support posts, 38mm particleboard or chipboard flooring plus gallery balustrade. We can also supply glazed flooring, see an image below.

Mezzanine floors have to be compliant to the following statutory requirements:

Building Regulations 2000 (England and Wales applicable)

Structure : Approved Document A
Fire Safety: Approved Document B
Stairs, ramps and guards: Approved Document K
Means of access for disabled: Approved Document M

Please also refer to structural steel code BS 5950: Parts 1 and 5 – Structural use of Steel Buildings, BS 6399 Part 1: Code of practice for dead and imposed loads and BS 5395 : Parts 1 and 3.

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NB; it is the responsibility of the client to ensure that all design and regulations are met. The above is to be used as a guide only.