Incorporated into the rural landscape of southern Sweden, the construction of the various ESS buildings and facilities comprises one of the largest active infrastructure projects in Europe.
Fifteen nations, nearly 40 European in-kind partners and more than 130 global institutions are all cooperating to build the world's next-generation neutron source.
The European Spallation Source broke ground on a Greenfield site in 2014, but the careful planning of every aspect of the large complex has been in the works far longer, and continues today.
The architecture and design of ESS should reflect and contribute to the organisation’s core values: excellence, collaboration, openness and sustainability.
Travel back through time with Perry Nordeng's monthly aerial photographs and experience this unique bird's eye view of the project.
There are four construction site webcams, updated at 10-minute intervals.
Weekly briefings from the field, including civil works, technical installations, deliveries and other activities on the site.