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Mezzanine

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To start with, if you want to stand up comfortably in both the mezzanine and the space underneath it, the room should have a ceiling height of at least 4.
Whatever you use the mezzanine for, you'll also need something to enclose it.
Increased Demand for a Wider Range of Merchandise led the Stornoway Fishermen's Co-operative to Install a Revlok Mezzanine Floor to Create More Storage Space
This was achieved by installing a Revlok mezzanine floor, which increased the building's floor area by 25% without the expense and inconvenience of moving or extending the premises.
He said: "Warehouse-style retailers who increase their floorspace with mezzanine floors or basements can draw more trade away from town centres, where businesses cannot accommodate similar expansions.
We don't intend to halt mezzanine development, but to bring large increases in retail floorspace under planning control to prevent inappropriate development.
This broad portfolio of mezzanine building blocks confirms Interphase's strategic commitment to support emerging platforms based on PICMG(R) 3.
With the addition of a mezzanine level (an internal balcony overlooking the space below) you can add a room more easily than converting your loft or cellar or building an extension.
Out-of-town retailers who now only have smaller units from which to sell goods are therefore more likely to install mezzanines to make the most of the space they have.
This commitment is built on a legacy of Interphase providing Telecom Equipment Manufacturers (TEMs) with standards-based PMC mezzanine modules and blades for CompactPCI(R) 2.
With the adoption of PTMC, we are able to provide a hardware standard that capitalizes on the inherent functionality of PCI mezzanine cards, while providing enhancements more specifically suited to telecom and telephony applications," said John J.
And if it's a flat, with a flat below, you'll probably have to comply with the Party Wall Act because the weight of the mezzanine could damage your neighbour's ceiling underneath it.