REDwire How to easily expand an existing modular in-plant office

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Provincial Partitions added a mezzanine structure to an existing System 40 office/storage structure to create a second storey office space above.

Annan & Bird Lithographers approached Provincial Partitions looking for a solution to a challenge it was faced with. The company, which was already utilizing one of Provincial Partitions’ System 40 in-plant offices in its production area, required a staff lunchroom, but had virtually no space available to put it. With its expertly trained staff and innovation products, it’s no surprise that Provincial Partitions was able to come up with an ideal solution — add a mezzanine structure to an existing System 40 office/storage structure to create a second storey office space above.

A flexible solution

Annan & Bird Lithographers are committed to being the best large format printing facility in North America, but space is at a premium for the company. That’s why, in addition to adding the new combined office/lunchroom, the company decided to add a mezzanine storage structure to the second storey, and have it sit directly over two large format paper cutters below. All three installations went together with the simplicity of System 40’s unique “plug-and-play” flexibility.

Provincial Partitions’ steel mezzanine structures are custom engineered to suit each and every application. All structural components bolt together, ensuring complete flexibility in the event that needs change in the future.

A leading solutions provider

Provincial Partitions specializes in projects that are both large and small. Flexibility and convenience make its solutions the ideal space management choice for a wide range of applications. To learn more about its unique solutions-oriented approach to modular structures, fill out an online RFQ form or contact Provincial Partitions directly at sales@pro-part.com.

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