Modular Building on Top of a Mezzanine for Air Force Base
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Do you need a modular building on top of a mezzanine?
Has your Air Force facility outgrown your current building and need to find a way to increase your storage capacity? Or need more office space for airmen? For some businesses, a move doesn’t make sense, so what alternatives are available? The first option is to look for alternative accommodations. In short, adding a building on top of a mezzanine may be the best solution.
Why A Mezzanine?
Make use of the open overhead space at your facility and gain storage space. Air force bases want to store large and heavyweight equipment on top of the mezzanine, and they need a durable surface that could handle moving it around.
Why A Modular Building?
Building a modular building is an option, and we have a mezzanine that can handle supporting that floor type. The mezzanine was designed to handle a modular building and the additional live weight on top. The mezzanine provides more space and a private storage area for airmen. We can provide the best fit for many situations, such as a sloping building roof or L-shaped stairs.
Quality Know Around The Globe
Our quality custom mezzanine floor systems are known around the globe for unbeatable strength. World-class integrator of elevated floor systems and material handling products. Material Handling USA has plenty of mezzanine design experience and can customize them to meet any of your needs.
What We Do
We can handle any aspect of your integration project, whether it’s for military, air force, and commercial use. Including application and analysis to engineering and installation. We serve government clients such as complete distribution centers or mezzanines for airforce, army mezzanines, and other military mezzanines and elevated floor systems.
Mezzanines can be integrated with many material handling products such as security cages, vertical lifts & carousels, conveyors, modular buildings, high-density shelving systems, automated storage & retrieval systems (ASRS), various picking systems and racking. We will create a custom solution for practically any air force base.
Return On Investment
You can literally double your floor space with just a few dollars per square foot. Mezzanines and modular buildings can allow us to create vertical material handling systems that vastly improve operational efficiency. They provide additional space above and can be built free of the existing structure.
Optional sound reduction to improve worker productivity and met complex building code requirements within a budget. A modular building on top of a mezzanine can add space within the air force base and a better view for sergeants to monitor activity.
A mezzanine is a raised platform you can customize in all shapes and sizes maximize the space of your building. For each client, we design custom made mezzanines personalized to their needs and specifications. Furthermore, a building system that would give some flexibility for future planning and something that could be easily expanded.
About Modular Buildings
We can create a quiet working environment in the middle of a busy air force base by adding a modular building with a mezzanine on top without losing valuable space. The mounted modular building on top of the mezzanine and outfitting it with lots of windows allows the sergeants to oversee the airmen’s productivity. The modular buildings are fire and soundproof finishes with vinyl interior surfaces and painted steel exterior panels. The modular building meets all of the required safety, and sound reduction desired but still keep a stylish appearance.
Welcome to our well-coordinated, enthusiastic team! Our experts have current information and know precisely what’s needed to be done to keep the project moving towards completion. Our consistent, timely communication, and makes it easy to make decisions throughout the process.
“We built the mezzanine because it was the best way to give our airmen their personal space.”
– Air Force Base Sergeants