A mezzanine is an intermediate floor between main floors of a building, and therefore is typically not counted among the overall building floors. In industrial applications, mezzanine floor systems are semi-permanent floor systems typically installed within buildings, built between two permanent original stories. These structures are usually free standing and, in most cases, can be dismantled and relocated.
Commercially sold mezzanine structures are generally constructed of steel. The decking or flooring of a mezzanine will vary by application but is generally composed of b-deck underlayment and wood product finished floor or a heavy duty steel, aluminum or bar grating.
The high roof of a warehouse is ideal for a mezzanine, and offices can be put either below or above it. Mezzanines are frequently used in industrial operations such as, distribution or manufacturing.
Industrial mezzanine structures are typically either structural, roll formed, rack-supported, or shelf-supported, allowing high density storage within the mezzanine structure.
You could use another floor. But don’t want to move or remodel. A mezzanine does exactly what you want, quickly and easily.
You can double your storage capability, add offices “upstairs”, or a hundred other uses. Mezzanines are limited
by your imagination only.
Our engineered mezzanine platforms can be built to spec, and be either permanent or temporary, and can be reconfigured with ease.
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