The Sill Project

The Sill Project

Miko Engineering’s latest flagship project was the design, manufacture and installation of a covered walkway at The Still, a National Landscape Discovery Centre located in Once Brewed, Northumberland.

The £14.2 million development is an exciting project,
and aims to improve tourists knowledge of Northumberland’s landscapes, history, culture and heritage.

 

Miko worked closely with Sir Robert McAlpine construction in the process, both in the design and installation.

The 60m covered walkway in constructed with heavy duty timber and supported by a baseplate and wall fixing.

The Sill was designed to be environmentally friendly, with this in mind, solar panels were fitted on the roof.



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