Mezzanine floors have a wide range of column grids to suit the operations on the ground floor. Access staircases, handrails, loading gates complement the system.
The major benefit of a Mezzanine floor is the ability to create new space both quickly, efficiently & economically. As an alternative to a costly extension or re-location, a mezzanine floor will help to maximise the total cubic area of your facility.
Mezzanine floors require building regulation approval. Our experienced designers will advise on every aspect of the necessary steps to satisfy the regulations governing individual floors - be it storage, office or retail. CI Interiors can submit the application on your behalf if required.
Optional services include the supply of lighting, fireproofing, smoke detection and sprinkler systems.
Installing mezzanine floors and demountable partitioning in industrial and commercial buildings has several immediate advantages:-
- Utilising the height of a building to increase floor space, rather than considering relocation, can prove cost effective and far less disruptive to a business.
- When a move is inevitable the mezzanine floor and partitioning can be relocated, reducing fit out costs and lowering your dilapidation cost when returning a building to its original condition.
- Demountable structures are classed as capital equipment and therefore subject to the appropriate tax advantages.
- Unlike construction, finance is available for projects of this nature, spreading the costs over 3 to 5 years.
- These types of installations are often not subject to local authority rating.
- Speed of installation and flexibilty for future change far outweigh traditional construction methods.
- Demountable partitioning can be erected in a working office as all components are pre-finished and dont require wet finishing trades.
- Using demountable & re-locatable systems improves you carbon footprint reducing waste, new materials and time.
- Companies supplying these services often offer full 'turn-key' packages, coordinating different trades, dealing with local authority building control and complying with CDM regulations leaving you to the important task of running your business.
Traditional high bay industrial units are ideal candidates for mezzanine floors and allow you to virtually double or even triple your floor space with far less disruption than traditional construction methods.