Civil engineering : Nuclear

ITER - Tokamak Reactor


A unique example of international cooperation in the energy field, the ITER project will be the biggest experimental fusion installation ever built. The programme was designed to demonstrate the scientific and technical feasibility of fusion power.
RAZEL-BEC is part of the consortium contracted by Fusion for Energy (F4E), the European Union's joint undertaking for providing Europe's contribution to the ITER project, to construct the Tokamak reactor building and design and build 9 auxiliary buildings on the Cadarache site in the south of France. The contract provides for the construction of the following infrastructure and equipment: the Tokamak complex, including the tokamak, the diagnostics and tritium buildings, the ITER assembly room, the radio frequency heating building, areas for heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, the cleaning facility and site services building, the cryoplant compressor and the construction of the oven, the fast discharge and switching network resistor buildings and three bridges.

Highlight: For RAZEL-BEC this success comes after having been awarded the contract for the Jules Horowitz European Nuclear Research Reactor in Cadarache for the CEA and the Activated Waste Treatment and Storage Facility (ICEDA) for EDF-CIDEN.

Contracting authority: Fusion For Energy

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