In 2018, VBA, a joint venture comprising VolkerStevin, Boskalis Westminster and SNC-Lavalin’s Atkins business, started design and build work on the Environment Agency’s £30million flood defence scheme in Mytholmroyd, West Yorkshire.

The Calder Valley scheme will protect up to 400 homes and businesses from flooding and sustain economic growth.

The scheme will provide improved protection to the area around Mytholmroyd Church, Cragg Brook, Greenhills Industrial Estate, Caldene Bridge and up-stream to Hawks Clough Bridge.

Visitors will have the opportunity to learn more about the flood alliviation scheme, the benefits and the constraints, plus the positive effect this work will have on protecting the community from flooding. Alongside this, visitors will hear from construction and engineering professionals about health and safety on site, environmental considerations and sustainable methods of working. 

Address VBA Site Compound
Red Acre
Broad Bottom Lane
Off Burnley Road
Mytholmroyd
HX7 8PD
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Please report into reception.

Parking available yes

Please reverse park in the car park. 

Length of Visit 2 Hours
Maximum Group Size 20
Register by March 1, 2020
School, college, dwp Limited to schools, colleges, educational instituions only
Minimum group size 10 spaces
Maximum group size 20 spaces
Disabled Access yes

Step-free access.

Child Restrictions yes

Office based only.  If a site visit is required it will be outside of the construction area, however most work is visible from public footways.

Minimum age 8

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