EMTE Cleanroom Technology is enlarging the buildings of the synchrotron in Grenoble with the construction of various research rooms above its exterior wing. The European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) awarded this €6.2 million project last year for the installation of an air, water and special liquids treatment system.
The ESRF buildings form a ring, one kilometer in circumference, called synchrotron. This structure serves as a particle accelerator, and is the leading centre in Europe in research and study of the acceleration of atoms. The ERSF currently has the support of 19 European countries and a staff of 600 people, apart from the 7,000 researchers who contribute annually from all over the world.
The extension has a European resources and technologies data sharing system. EMTE Cleanroom Technology has also opened an office in Grenoble to effectively carry out the enlargement operation of the ESRF buildings.
Here is a video from the Youtube channel of the ESRF giving a detailed explanation of the synchrotron.