Mezzanine flooring is a quick and cost-effective way to create additional space in an occupied or new building.
Maybe you need more office, storage, or production space? Not a problem using Spaceway’s unique design and build approach.
We have been fitting out industrial, business, and office spaces since 1976 so we have the expertise and experience to provide mezzanine solutions within a broad range of applications. Here are just a few:
Plant Platform Mezzanines
Cafes and Restaurants
Schools and Universities
Night Clubs, Bingo Halls & Betting Shops
Retail and Shopping
We understand that as companies grow, they require new space and as a result have to either make better use of their existing workspace or consider moving into larger premises.
Here are some 4 of the main things people consider when thinking about installing a Mezzanine Floor.
A mezzanine floor is a quick, economic, and relatively easy way to create additional floor space within your existing building.
The structure is professionally designed and then prefabricated before being delivered to site as a kit of parts for rapid installation.
Our flooring can be used for a wide range of functions, such as offices, storage, work platforms, manufacturing space, clean rooms, catwalk structures, rack support, and archive storage to name just a few.
We will provide friendly, professional advice and manage the entire installation for you.
Mezzanine floor heights are easily accommodated in buildings with a clear height of 5m or more – however, it is possible to fit our flooring into buildings with heights of as little as 4.6m.
The wide span grid is workable up to 14m.
Blending into the original structure, our floors are virtually indistinguishable.
All on-site services such as cabling and electricity can be easily installed during the construction.
Depending on the headroom available, we can also install multi-tier mezzanine flooring that takes full advantage of the cubic space available.
Although in most cases Planning Permission is not required, we will deal with any local authority building regulations.
As part of our service, we manage the entire process to ensure the installation meets requirements such as Disability Regulations (DDA), Part B (Fire Regulations), and Part L (Energy Conservation).
We have been designing mezzanine flooring for our clients since 1976, and we are confident that we can find our clients find more space, quickly with minimal disruption for a competitive price.
If you’d like to get an idea of much a new mezzanine might cost you then please have a look at our Mezzanine Calculator.
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