Using the latest technology gives us the flexibility to be able to adapt our processes to create something uniquely for you as part of our bespoke manufacturing service for commercial canopies and covered walkways. Our family-run business has over 25 years of experience as bespoke manufacturers in the fabrication and street furniture industry. Creating a bespoke design and customised product that turns a functional piece into a talking point is what we’re good at.

At Miko, we love to design and manufacture something a bit different that provides a unique and stylish solution to a common problem. From funky canopies to timber walkways, our design team can create a bespoke manufacturing solution that meets your needs and helps you to stand out from the crowd.

Bespoke Product Manufacturing 

Canopies and covered walkways may be a functional part of a building, but that doesn’t mean they have to be plain. We create structures with bespoke pieces that are inspired by the environment surrounding your building that will add a focal point and custom design feature that enhances your premises. We also add an element of fun to street furniture from cycle stands to benches using your vision to create something different, adding a talking point to your building, helping it to make a statement. 

The Benefits Of Bespoke Manufacturing

We love to create bespoke solutions at Miko Engineering. Bespoke manufacturing allows us to create something that is a bit different and creates a talking point about your building. 

Unique Designs

Bespoke manufacturing allows us to produce something that is uniquely for you. One-off bespoke pieces that fit your building and its surroundings create a lasting impression. At Miko Engineering we believe that functional doesn’t have to mean uninspiring or boring. We love to create designs that reflect the personality of the people who use the building and add some fun to functional pieces.

Tailored To Your Needs

Our flexible manufacturing process allows us to create pieces that meet customer’s individual needs, rather than trying to make a standard design fit into your space. That means we can create something that fits your building exactly. We can create functional pieces, for example, to keep bicycles safe and secure, that reflect the personality of your business or school.

Quality Bespoke Products

We create bespoke designs using the skills of our experienced teams who create one-off solutions. This enables us to create high-quality, functional, and often multi-purpose canopies, shelters, and street furniture that will be an integral part of your building for many years to come. We use quality and where possible, sustainable materials to create quality products that meet your exact requirements. 

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I am writing to thank you for the work that Miko Engineering recently carried out at Oakfield Junior School where you installed an Alnwick Cycle Shelter and Scooter Rack. I have visited the school and I am very pleased with the quality of the work. I would also like to thank you for agreeing to complete the work in time for the school’s ‘Bike It’ activity week. The shelter and rack are already being well used. – Martin Kelly, Transport Strategy, Gateshead Council

I heartily recommend Miko Shelter Solutions – they have been like Ronseal and done exactly what they said on the tin!

We purchased a number of bespoke external bicycle and buggy storage units from MIKO last year for use by residents of our blocks of flats. The units are clad in timber so blend into the surroundings and are very well used by our tenants as an alternative to storing items in communal stairwells. The company were extremely pleasant to work with, keeping me informed throughout the design and installation stage. I have no hesitation in recommending them as we had an excellent customer experience, we will certainly be using them again in the future if another project should arise. – Elaine Walters, Broadacres Housing

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