Raised Floor Concrete

We lay more concrete for raised floors than anyone in the country due to our partnerships with the largest decking & beam installers.

100% accredited

CSCS Accredited installers also on NVQ Scheme

Satisfied Clients

Over 99% of our clients have rated our work 10 out of 10

0 Accidents

No reportable accidents in the last 5 years

Raised Floor Concreting Explained

What is Raised Floor Concrete?

The main purpose of raised floor concrete is to form functional floors for structure & fireproofing. Most raised concrete floors are laid to a uniform thickness and often follow the movement and flex of its decking. Concreting for raised floors rarely requires a high degree of flatness.

Raised Floor Concrete

Fully Accredited Installers

Contractors are fully certified and accredited with CSCS on concrete NVQ schemes

100% Snag Free Promise

We don't leave any job unfinished, and we promise to rectify any issues within 14 days

Over 200,000 square metres laid

In 2017 we laid over 200,000 square meters of concrete in multi-storey buildings


Raised Floor Concrete

Preparation Options

Raised floor concrete is often used to form functional floors for structure and fireproofing. Typically you’ll need a metal or concrete slab decking to be provided by others to allow us to pour concrete on. The decking contractor would normally install edge trim to retain the concrete and fill any gaps in the decking. We can then install steel reinforcement and mesh as required with day joints prior to pouring.

Types of Lay

When concreting for raised floor you’ll typically have low requirements for levelness so Screed Rail or Hand Lay methods are both suitable. Many clients opt for the Hand Lay methods as its the most cost efficient for the results required. Most raised floor concrete is laid to a uniform thickness that follows the movement and flex of the decking, but with screed rails and propping, we have achieved tolerances as high as FM3. (More information on Floor Tolerance Classes)

Finishing Considerations

Raised floor concrete can usually be left with just a skipfloat finish as high flatness levels are rarely required. In some instances, when you plan to have an exposed concrete floor or thin overlay, you will want to consider a Power Float finish. Most raised floor concreting is finished to an SR3 Tolerance. (More information on Floor Tolerance Classes)

Case Studies

Raised Floor Concreting Projects

We are regularly tasked with the implementation of raised floor concrete for office blocks and apartments, student blocks, and hospitals. See our case studies here.

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    Reportable accidents in 2017 over 100,000 hours worked


    of installers accredited and certified with CHAS


    satisfaction across all raised floors installed


    of raised floors completed on time and to specification