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Double Mezzanine Floors For Bread and Pastry Specialists Celtic Bakers in London

The Client & Challenge

To design, supply and install two individual mezzanine floors for client Celtic Bakers, a North London based wholesale bakery specialising in hand-crafted breads, cakes and patisserie.

The Criteria

The client wished to increase their storage capacity whilst also separately creating a space for employees to change into their uniform before and after work.

The Solution

  • Design and build two separate floors.
  • The smallest floor measuring 5.2m x 8.5m, and designed as a changing space for bakery employees.
  • The second floor, measuring 10.95m x 13.8m, and designed as a space to hold additional storage.
  • Include bio-degradable food safe ceiling tile suitable for a bakery environment, as well as fire protection and additional staircasing.

The Result

The floor was finished on time and in budget at the beginning of 2017, resulting in another champion installation from Hi-Level!

Tom Russell Director of Celtic Bakers comments, “We are very impressed with both mezzanines, the quality is excellent, thank you to hi-level”.

 

 

 

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Tallest Free Standing And Self-Supported Mezzanine Floor In The UK

The Challenge

Hi-Level Mezzanines and Altis Projects came together to supply, deliver and install a single tier mezzanine within a 3 PL warehouse operating at 2 °C.

The Criteria

The client required a mezzanine floor along with suspended ceiling, fascia and an enclosed fire protected staircase. Additionally, the build had to allow for the installation of a new dynamic FILO pallet racking system in order for the client to maximise pallet spaces and create a new production area.

The Solution

  • To install and finish floor with a level of 8.4 metres (considered to be one of the UK’s tallest free standing and self-supported mezzanine floors).
  • Design to take a 1200 kg pallet using new EGGER OSB HDX panel, a lighter alternative to a traditional 38mm particleboard.
  • Finish with rubber floor covering, mezzanine mesh partition guard, specially designed pallet gates and enclose staircase from floor to ceiling with fire rated fridge panels.

The Result

It was a tall order but the project was completed in June 2016 within the allocated time-frame and in budget after 3 weeks of construction!

Altis projects chose Hi-Level Mezzanine Floors specifically, due to their ability to design a floor to accommodate pallet loads whilst achieving the required height to allow for pallet racking installation. Additionally Hi-Level were able to design a floor that could be completed on the existing floor slab.

Please get in touch with our sales team if you have any questions regarding previous projects.

Production Floor For The Meantime Brewing Company

Meantime Brewing

Meantime Brewery was founded in 2002 in Greenwich, London. The company is now one of the UK’s largest craft brewers and still continues to make its beers in the same way, having built a state-of-the-art brewery in 2010.

The Project

Following exponential sales growth, Meantime Brewing needed to double its production, so they asked a Hi-Level Mezzanines distributor to investigate installing a mezzanine floor to increase capacity at their brewery.

The distributor together with Hi-Level Mezzanines, consulted with Meantime Brewing to came up with an optimum design that took into account the unique requirements and challenges posed by the site.

The main challenge was the client’s program for the refit of the brewery which involved relocation of the bottle and keg filling lines and the fit out for additional brewing tanks in an adjacent building. It also entailed the inclusion of a new sloped concrete and tiled floor to facilitate drainage of liquids into central drainage gullies.

As the fit out already had a tight program scheduled, which meant interruption to the clients production for a period, the mezzanine build had to fit into key stages of the whole project.

This entailed initially building the mezzanine frame to enable the new concrete floor to be laid over the baseplates of the mezzanine (which needed to be sat on a level slab), then part of the frame was removed to allow access to install the large brewing tanks. This was achieved by designing sleeved removable mezzanine columns, leaving the lower mezzanine column sections in situ buried in the new slab.

Further key stages of the build entailed phased installation of the remaining mezzanine parts to fit in with the relocation of the production machinery.

The Results

The mezzanine floor provides Meantime Brewery with an additional 214 square metres storage space.

It was imperative that there were no delays that might hold up brewery production, Hi-Level and their distributor completed the project both within the strict deadline and within budget.

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What our clients say

“Hi-Level worked with Tesco on a Clothing Project and installed two 8100sqm mezzanine floors. Hi-Level delivered a smooth installation programme on time, within the agreed budget and to a very high standards.
TescoProject Manager

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