Covered Walkways

For distances long and short, every journey is made better with a covered walkway. At busy sites, and those which attract crowds of people and are at risk of ‘bottleneck’ situations, a walkway canopy can bring order and guidance. Our designers can incorporate colour schemes to map out routes for pedestrians and match the structure to existing buildings, complementing the landscape.


With years of experience in the design, manufacture and installation of shelters, canopies and shades, Broxap can also offer customised features. This can include lighting and branding details. A covered walkway can help to enhance security by ensuring people stick to a dedicated course, and act as an aid to direction such as at busy transport interchanges.


For workplaces, a sheltered walkway can keep visitors and staff safe and dry as they travel between buildings for meetings and appointments. They are a reliable way to keep the flow of movement steady and continuous, while unifying elements of a single site. At schools, colleges and universities, students can stay on the right track with a covered walkway.


We can build solutions that traverse awkward spaces, paving a simple, easy and safe way forward, ensuring the wellbeing of users. Our bespoke design experts can create walkways for specific locations and needs, with manufacturing taking place at our UK workshop. From the contemporary to the traditional, every product offers durability and performance. Materials range from natural timber to galvanised steel for ultimate structure strength, with glazed, polycarbonate or tensile fabric roofing options.

These materials not only offer longevity - they can also be applied to bring about a desired effect, such as using rainbow coloured cladding to create a sensory experience for children. Side panels can also be incorporated into our products, which benefit from the flexibility of modular design to enable future extensions.

Case Studies

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Angel Road Junior School,
Norwich

This School had a large courtyard between areas of the school which pupils and staff had to traverse on a regular basis...

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Ernesford Grange Community Academy,
Coventry

Working for Wates Construction Ltd, Broxap were asked to provide a gullwing style covered walkway to this new £20m new school...

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Horsenden School,
North Greenford

The school had large areas of open space which had to be traversed by pupils and staff to reach other buildings to take lessons...

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Birmingham International Airport, Birmingham

Broxap Ltd. were invited by Birmingham Airport to design, manufacture and install a covered walkway that would traverse the route...

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Chirk Court Care Home, Wrexham

Working in con-junction with Anwyl Construction Ltd, Broxap were asked to design and install an enclosed 'link-way' shelter between two...

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Glasgow International Airport

Having intially installed a series of Cantilever Tensile Canopies at the airport bus pick up point for a value of £100,0000...

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Coral Reef Waterworld, Berkshire

Coral Reef required a solution to keep clientele dry whilst queuing and awaiting access via the main entrance during busy...

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Burntwood School, London

rntwood School in London was the subject of a huge regeneration project involving Architects Allford, Hall, Monagham and Morris...

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Loughborough University, Leicestershire

Loughborough University required two covered walkways to provide adequate shelter to students and teachers crossing the campus...


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