Once the basics were done and the new mezzanine was in place, a few extra touches needed taken care of — namely some sort of railing needed to be installed around the perimeter to keep stuff and the occasional human from falling off.
For that Agent Smith crafted a railing system complete with a wee man-gate as when not in use for another project, our little man lift acts as an elevator.
He had also picked up some used pallet racks which were fitted up agains the south wall of the garage. They provide storage both below and above plus the extend the usable space up top a bit.
As you can see in the last pic in the gallery above, the extra bit of space created by having the pallet racks extend almost the entire height of the garage means a bit more storage.
A bit more customization has been on going. Adding power outlets attached to the mezzanine pillars, plus extension cords on reels and other bits and bobs make use of the structure.
Here are some images of the finished project from the last year.
And finally, here’s a gallery shot right after I wrote all of the above. I braved the 95F heat and ventured into the garage for these, so a few are a bit hazy.