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2019.08 August 2019

The SGC-250 (Big Carl) crane has been built specif...
The SGC-250 (Big Carl) crane has been built specifically for Hinkley Point C and will be helping with the project’s heavy-lifting requirements over the next four years through to the end of construction on Unit 2.
Teams in Bunker 6 making progress in constructing ...
Teams in Bunker 6 making progress in constructing the liner and its geodesic roof.
The roof for Bunker 6 being constructed. This is t...
The roof for Bunker 6 being constructed. This is to protect the welding that takes place inside from adverse weather conditions.
View of the Unit 2 nuclear island and pre-stressin...
View of the Unit 2 nuclear island and pre-stressing galleries, where 7,000m3 of concrete has been poured to date.
Gallery walkway from Unit 1 nuclear island to Unit...
Gallery walkway from Unit 1 nuclear island to Unit 2 nuclear island.
Front of seawall with wave return units now instal...
Front of seawall with wave return units now installed.
Cooling water back-up supply building (HOR), shear...
Cooling water back-up supply building (HOR), shear-key excavation. Concrete blinding preparation works can be seen at higher level in the foreground.
Unit 2 conventional island concrete blinding works...
Unit 2 conventional island concrete blinding works with Unit 2 heat sink in the background.
Hinkley Point C's jetty in full operation. Each de...
Hinkley Point C's jetty in full operation. Each delivery keeps around 300 lorry loads off the roads.
Kevin Rooney, Traffic Commissioner for West of Eng...
Kevin Rooney, Traffic Commissioner for West of England, officially opened Somerset Passenger Solutions' new Vehicle Maintenance Unit at Junction 24.
Gantries attached to the tunnel boring machine, ...
Gantries attached to the tunnel boring machine, ‘Mary’, as tunnelling starts at Hinkley Point C.
View from top of the tunnel boring machine gantrie...
View from top of the tunnel boring machine gantries, looking back across the site.