During the months of May and June the ITER construction site has witnessed some real changes linked to the adaptation works.
Our two latest clips report on the installation of the deep precipitation drainage system where 400 metres of pipes have been inserted.
At the Tokamak pit, 90% of the backfilling of the retaining walls has been completed and all 493 anti-seismic bearings are in place.
The excavation for the assembly of the Tokamak coplex has started and it is estimated that 12,000m3 of soil will be extracted.
Click on the clips to see how the site is changing!
To watch the whole series of clips reporting on the ITER construction from the start, visit our multimedia gallery.