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Atkins Bags Contract Extension as Architect Engineer for ITER Buildings

Infra News - Published on Wed, 12 Feb 2020

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Atkins has been awarded a five-year extension for its role as Architect Engineer for ITER, the international fusion energy project. The role is responsible for the design and construction oversight of all the buildings, services and infrastructure of the site, which is under construction in the south of France. Atkins is part of the Engage consortium, consisting of French groups Assystem and Egis as well as Spanish group Empresarios Agrupados, which will continue working on the project until 2025. The companies will work on the design, construction oversight and coordination/integration for all 39 buildings, services (including HVAC, electrical supplies, C&I, fire safety, mechanical handling) as well as the site-wide infrastructure (roads, networks, galleries) - all part of the scope under Fusion for Energy (F4E), the European Union’s organisation managing Europe’s contribution to ITER.

ITER is the world's largest fusion energy experiment, bringing together 35 countries aiming to explore its potential as a safe, limitless and environmentally responsible energy source. For more information, visit ITER website.

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Posted By : Yogender Pancholi on Wed, 12 Feb 2020
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