The Ely southern bypass will be a 1.7 km long single carriageway road, connecting the A142 at Angel Drove to Stuntney Causeway.
The project will include a viaduct crossing the River Great Ouse and bridges over two railway lines. There will also be a walkway attached to the bridge, linking the Fen Rivers Way and Ouse Valley Way footpaths together, to provide a new circular walking route for residents and visitors.
Ely Southern Bypass was recently named ‘Most Sustainable Construction & Demolition Project’ at the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management Awards.
When you arrive at the site, you will be greeted by our receptionist, who will direct you to the presentation room.
One of our on-site team will give you an inside look at the project, describing the works taking place and plans for developing the bypass between now and the completion of the project.
You’ll also get to hear what it’s like to work on a construction site and learn about the types of roles required for a project like this.
You’ll then receive a safety briefing and induction, before heading out for a minibus tour of parts of the site*.
After the tour, you’ll be given the opportunity to ask your tour guide any questions you may have about the project, the site or what it’s like to work in the construction industry.
Please note that booking is essential for this site. We will not be able to admit visitors on the day, without a booking.
*Sturdy footwear must be worn at all times whilst on-site, as the tour may involve walking on some public footpaths.
Please follow the ‘VolkerFitzpatrick’ signage to the site car park. Once you have parked, please report to reception.
Please note all visitors should arrive by car. We are not able to admit visitors cycling or on foot. Booking is essential for this site. We will not be able to admit visitors on the day, without a booking.
Please follow the ‘VolkerFitzpatrick’ signage to the site car park.
|Length of Visit||1 Hour and 10 Minutes|
|Maximum Group Size||15|
|Register by||March 13, 2018|
Visitors must be aged 14 or over. Any visitors under the age of 18 should be acompanied by an adult.
The next Open Doors will take place in 2019.