MEZZANINE FLOORS SOUTH WEST
MEZZANINE FLOORS SOUTH WEST BY PREMIER MEZZANINES
Founded in Bristol, Premier Mezzanines has installed several high-quality mezzanine floors throughout the South West. With over 30 years of experience providing client focused services, we are a family owned and operated business.
Our team has managed more than 500 bespoke UKCA compliant mezzanine floors for businesses just like yours.
Recently, we have supplied and installed mezzanine floors in the following South West businesses.
To accommodate the growing student population at Bath College, Premier Mezzanines was asked to expand its carpentry training area. Along with the new mezzanine, our team also handled PartK staircases, LED lighting panels, emergency lighting, column cases, and fascia. As requested by Bath College we completed the Mezzanine on time, by the end of the October half term.
A new office and storage facility was needed by the Barrettine Group. An existing mezzanine at Barrettine’s warehouse was repurposed into pallet racking. Added to the mezzanine floor are hot desks, informal meeting rooms, toilets, and a comms room. Thanks to the new mezzanine, Premier Mezzanines added approx 30% more space during the fit out process.
Strandfoam contacted us shortly after they moved to Swindon. A single person controls multiple elements of the production line at Strandfoam. An area above the machines is needed for this person to effectively do their job. To accomplish this the Premier Mezzanines team built a small office on top of a mezzanine. Just 8 weeks after our first survey, operations began.
Bruel Promotions, provides promotional calendars and diaries at competitive prices. Brunel Promotions came to us to have their existing mezzanine floor removed and a new one built after the Building Inspector condemned it. It was necessary to dismantle, redesign, and reassemble the existing mezzanine to accommodate Brunel’s palletized goods requirements.
Wessex Packaging manufactures and distributes packaging materials. We devised a column grid layout that was most efficient for the customer’s storage needs due to the size of an existing machine that couldn’t be moved. The mezzanine was designed to connect to the existing structure and extend the client’s space. In order to save the customer money, the existing handrail was reused.
The joinery workshop at Matthew Bray in Bristol required more space and storage. It was decided to build extra storage above an existing workshop. The project had to be planned carefully in order to avoid disrupting the client’s workshop and staff. In addition to the 100m2 mezzanine floor, our team designed and constructed a workshop and storage space.