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A specialist steel decking, composite concrete floors, access floors and structural steel roof decking contractor.
Raised Floor Solutions is a specialist provider of steel decking, composite concrete flooring, raised access floors and structural steel metal roof deck.
Founded in 2003 in Skelmersdale in Lancashire, the company operates across the UK across all private and public sectors.
The business operates from five divisions which can work independently, or collaboratively on a construction project offering the client the benefit of one point of contact for all services.
Metaldeck Steel Decking is the UK's largest supplier and installer of Kingspan Multideck, a high performance steel decking available in a multitude of profiles and span widths.
Metcon Concrete Floors can design and install reinforced concrete floors on steel decking, as part of composite concrete floor construction, as well as ground floor slabs and concrete floor refurbishment.
Metpark is a specialist division that offers the design, supply and installation of composite concrete floors within multi-storey car park construction projects.
Access Flooring can design, supply and install raised access floor systems within new and existing buildings, including historic listing buildings. Access Flooring is a Tier 1 approved supplier and installer of the full range of Kingspan Access Floor Products including PSA and BS EN standard products.
Metalroof designs, supplies and installs structural steel roof decking for roof construction. Product ranges include Joris Ide and Tata with shallow, deep and acoustic metal roof deck profiles available.
Raised Floor Solutions can offer clients the benefit of an expert in-house design team backed by £10M PII.
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