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News » Up To £20m » Flood repair deal for VBA » published 29 Jul 2016

Flood repair deal for VBA

The Environment Agency has awarded a contract to VBA, a joint venture of VolkerStevin, Boskalis Westminster and Atkins, for post flooding recovery works in Cumbria, Lancashire and West Yorkshire.

The multi-site contract involves projects across the whole of the Cumbria and Lancashire regions as well as the Calder Valley in West Yorkshire and is in response to the severe flooding during December 2015.

The scope of works consists of asset inspection, design, costing and delivery to flood damaged assets ranging from minor sheet pile and embankment wall repairs to new flood wall reconstruction.

Keith Roddy, recovery programme manager at the Environment Agency, said: “Engineering solutions are being carefully carried out by VBA and the EA operations team in collaboration, to ensure the flood defences are repaired to the same condition as before the flood devastation. I am delighted with the progress so far.”

Mark Gardner, framework director of VBA, commented: “As specialists in this area, it is vital that VBA makes sure the repairs are ready in time for this winter and carried out sensitively and swiftly to meet the key milestones.”



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This article was published on 29 Jul 2016 (last updated on 29 Jul 2016).

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