British Standards for Mezzanine Floors

Moving to larger premises in the quest for more space can be time consuming and costly, but by installing a mezzanine floor - and opting for a structure that abides by British Standards - you can enjoy all the additional space but with minimum disruption.

Before we get started, however, you must be aware that the British Standards for mezzanine floors are in place to ensure your structure is designed and built to a high standard, which means it can be used safely for years to come.

Our mezzanine floors are designed and built to comply with the strict British Standards for Design of Structural Steelwork and adhere to Storage Equipment Manufactures' Association (SEMA) and Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions (DETR) approved guidelines.

Additionally, our installations also meet the standards for the Fire Precautions Act, and we'll take full responsibility for ensuring your mezzanine is designed to comply with current building regulations, quality standards and best practice guidance.

For more information about how we comply with British Standards when dealing with your installation, please get in touch with a member of the Invicta team - we'd be delighted to answer any further questions.