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Support to the Owner during the design and construction works for F4E in ITER Project


ITER aims to demonstrate that nuclear fusion can be a viable future energy source. IDOM is participating in this project in partnership with two global engineering groups, Halcrow and Altran Technologies (Energhia), providing technical assistance and independent supervision for the design and construction phases of the project. The project has a budget of €15 billion and is co-financed by several major countries and the European Union. The project is considered to be one of the greatest technological and engineering challenges ever undertaken and it is estimated that more than 5,000 people will be directly involved in its construction.

IDOM has been working on the ITER project for 6 years. In recent months, important progress has been made in laying the foundations for the Tokamak complex. The IDOM specialists on site are involved in several areas of specialisation: HVAC, Instrumentation and Control (I&C), Electrical, Architecture, Interface Management and Construction Support. The necessary support will also be provided by IDOM’s offices during the various phases of the project, which require special dedication in order to meet the commitments.

IDOM has carried out a review of the engineering project, the assessment of compliance with ITER technical requirements and the status with regard to French nuclear regulations. IDOM is also working with Fusion for Energy (F4E) on the budget review, planning, risk assessment and other aspects of the project. In addition, the Energhia consortium is responsible for the supervision and monitoring of the design and construction works, as well as for the management of on-site activities.

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Fusion for Energy (F4E)

Owner's Engineering
Project Management

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