I have to frame a wall inside my cold storage so that I can insulate it. The cold storage is 5 ft wide and 30 feet long. I cannot frame the wall on the ground and raise it up like I would with plenty of space. In this situation would I just bolt the base plate and the top plate since the entire room is made of concrete and than just screw in the studs 16 in on centre? I also like this method because I can place the sill gasket on both the top and bottom plate. Where if I was raising the wall up it would be hard to place a sill gasket above the top plate.
I would appreciate any advice you may have.