COMSA to build the infrastructure for the largest nuclear fusion plant

COMSA has signed a contract worth 35 million euros with Fusion For Energy (F4E), the European Union organization responsible for the European contribution to ITER, the largest experimental plant dedicated to fusion power in the world located in Cadarache, southern France.

The civil engineering work to be undertaken by COMSA will take place in an area of 500,000 square metres and will include the construction of service roads, parking, drainage, street lighting, storage areas and water distribution networks, among others. Work is expected to be carried out over a period of five years and will involve around 80 people.

This contract consolidates COMSA as a major partner of F4E, already implementing two other urban development projects for it on the Cadarache platform. Obtaining this contract also reinforces the company’s presence in the French civil engineering market, where it is in addition enlarging the Albi ring road in the Midi-Pyrénées region for the Regional Environmental and Public Works Department (DREAL, according to its French acronym).

COMSA construirá en Francia la infraestructura de la mayor instalación mundial de fusión nuclear (ITER) para Fusion for Energy.

Pie de foto: A la derecha de la imagen, Francesc Boixadós, director Zona Nordeste del negocio de Infraestructuras de COMSA, junto con Hans Jahreiss, Acting director de F4E.

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