Mezzanine FAQs

We have been designing & installing mezzanine floors for over 20 years, ranging from small single storey floors, through to large multi-tiered installations in warehouses, retail parks and outside structures. 

Read our advice based around questions that we are frequently asked by our clients, answered by our mezzanine flooring specialists.

Each mezzanine floor installation is individually designed to meet your precise technical. We specialise in maximising space, and as such can advise loading for static, and moving: storage and materials handling equipment for warehousing & storage and distribution centres, as well as manufacturing production sites, and office, leisure and retail premises.

Yes. We don’t fix to buildings. Effectively a steel mezzanine platform is a reconfigurable solution and flooring system that gives you flexibility on leases to scale up and down in line with your operation’s technical and commercial needs and moves.

We can supply all the staircases, walkways and ancillary products you need in a variety of finishes and colours to suit your budget and the use of your mezzanine construction.

We take health & safety at work very seriously, and do everything we can to ensure a safe working environment for all our employees and contractors. We invest in training to promote safe behaviours at work, and implement the advice and best practice standards regularly delivered by our qualified, chartered health & safety professionals.

Yes, every one of our experienced onsite operatives is fully trained in the installation of steelwork, mezzanine decking and ancillaries. All our mezzanine installers hold CSCS cards, fork lift truck and plant operation licences – and 1-in-5 operatives is trained in first aid.

We design, manufacture and erect the steel mezzanine and decking, but the planning application can be made either by us or you to a registered approved inspector. They will then respond with queries before submission to the local authority for approval.

Yes, our structures and mezzanine deck are designed to the latest industry standards. They fully adhere to all relevant British and European codes. We comply with all relevant standards for timber, staircases and ancillaries, decking, seismic loads, as well as steelwork, fire and health & safety. Our mezzanine design calculations are suitable for any inspector or authority to check.

It depends on the type of mezzanine project. We recommend you allow at least four weeks’ lead time from the point of approval on an approved mezzanine design.

However, we’ll always try to offer more flexibility and reduce lead times where possible, please call call us to discuss your project and find out.

A quick mezzanine flooring installation begins with good design and consultation. We pride ourselves on our ability to fully understand client needs, so we can deliver a mezzanine project on time, on budget and to the agreed quality standards.

We can tailor the installation programme to suit your needs, wherever your project is located. With our international network of over 250 qualified, experienced mezzanine installers, engineers and project managers we’re in the best position to deliver your mezzanine floor.

We deliver mezzanine projects across the U.K. and Europe. As we are ourselves based in Berkshire we can often provide same day free site surveys to Berkshire, Hampshire, Oxfordshire and being on the M4 and Paddington fast lines London is included in this.

We design, manufacture and install mezzanines of all sizes and levels of complexity. We are experts in delivering both small and large-scale mezzanines.

Increasingly, we are asked to deliver specialist vehicle storage mezzanines.

Our internal system enables our mezzanine design team to quote within a few hours. Our quotations are thorough and accurate, and we’ll identify cost savings in line with your exact commercial and technical requirements.

In order to provide an initial quote over phone/email all we require is the size of the mezzanine, the finished floor height, what the floor will be used for, number of staircases and if fire-rating is required.

If you are unsure about your floors construction our technical team can organise core samples to test strength.

Not always. You will need to refer to building regulations, this is something we can advise you on.

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