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Archive Mezzanine Floors

Invicta Mezzanine Floors is one of the UK’s leading designers and installers of top-quality mezzanine floors for archive storage purposes and pursue nothing short of complete client satisfaction.
A mezzanine floor, when installed in a storage environment, enables a business or organisation to increase its storage capacity by utilising the unused headspace that is already available to them within the dimensions of their building.

If you require an additional floor-level within your organisation to position an archive storage configuration, Invicta Mezzanine Floors can custom-design a solution compatible with your organisation’s archive storage needs. Your mezzanine floor can be fitted with shelving and racking, stair access and goods lift individually designed for your precise requirements.

Built to your individual archive storage requirements, our mezzanine floors can accommodate and store highly traditional archival materials and formats, such as paper and parchment documents, wills, deeds, drawings, books, maps, and plans, and cover photographic media common to archives, and can be installed whilst your organisation remains operational.

Invicta Mobile Shelving (our shelving division) has provided archive storage solutions to clients for over 25 years. Our wheel-driven mobile shelving and mobile racking is the most commonly used type of archive storage and shelving system and can further reduce the used mezzanine floor space.

Typically, extra strong racking is also used to accommodate archive boxes full of documents but the size, style, and specification of the solution can be modified to suit your exact requirements.
We specialise in designing and installing cost-effective archive storage solutions designed to fit within the allocated mezzanine floor area.

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