Mezzanine design is the process of selecting building materials and building plans in advance of building a mezzanine in a workspace. The mezzanine design process is used to generate plans for office mezzanines, storage mezzanines and a wide variety of other elevated platforms.
Mezzanines, outside of the context of theaters, are elevated platforms on which items can be stored, office spaces can be constructed and a variety of other industrial and commercial purposes can be served. Space conservation is of utmost importance in the overwhelming majority of commercial and industrial workplaces. When its space runs out, a company has just a few options.
The first option is to expand its structure or build new ones. This process can be very time consuming and expensive; it involves purchasing building permits, submitting to safety and environmental friendliness tests and a variety of other expenses. Another option is relocation, which involves moving all equipment and personnel to entirely different premises.
This process can also be expensive and time consuming. The third option is mezzanine construction. Mezzanine construction requires no permits, no major structural changes and can cost a fraction of building construction or relocation. Read More…