Mezzanine Floor Design
The standard specification of an Invicta mezzanine floor is unmatched in the industry and, thanks to the accuracy and efficiency of our management system, the cost is often less than our competitors. Each Invicta floor includes bespoke design, the latest in lightweight steel structures, high quality powder-coated ancillaries, fully integrated edge protection systems and moisture resistant decking as standard. All mezzanines are designed by Invicta and produced to meet BRE Digest 437 requirements and all relevant British Standards resulting in floors that are widely acknowledged to be the ultimate in terms of design, quality and finish.
All of our mezzanine floors conform to structural steel code BS 5950: Parts 1 and 5: Structural use of steel building, the general requirements of the Building Regulations and with BRE Digest 437. Ancillaries such as staircases, handrails and toe plates are designed to conform to BS 5395: Parts 1 and 3: Stairs, ladders and walkways and the Building Regulations Part K Stairways, ramps and guards, Design is to suit the loading category of intended use as covered by BS 6399: Part 1: Code of practice for dead and imposed loads.
One of the key benefits of the management system we operate is the complete integration of the quotation. Data input at the initial quotation stage is checked and amended by our engineers and surveyors following a site inspection. This data is then used by the system to work out the most efficient floor design, given the various loading, access and site conditions, and then to produce detailed CAD drawings of the project for Building Regulations approval, manufacturing and installation.