Archway under railway tracks made secure with a nine inch solid concrete wall. The double door and single door openings, are secured using metal Security doors. The storage area created inside, stands eighteen feet tall. With the construction of a mezzanine floor and stairs, the floor space can be doubled. Making full use of the height.
The constructed mezzanine floor,in the top half of the archway. Six by two joisting and three quarter inch osb board were used to floor this area out. The joisting is supported by the heavy duty racking beneath.
The stair strings being marked out, and cut to size. The finished stair run fitted in place, before the handrails have been fitted.
This mezzanine floor is built on, and supported by the racking. The racking layout from below also continues on the new mezzanine floor. Both floors are now neatly shelved using the same racking tiers twice.
These stairs are made of nine by two timbers. They need to be very strong and durable, to cope with the everyday workings of there enviroment
The osb sheathing being shot down. The mezzanine floor layout of joists, is 400mm on center. The osb sheating fits this layout perfectly. Only the end sheets need cutting.