On August 29th, we floated the aqueduct structure out of the building dock, transported it and immersed the concrete element on the bottom of the canal. Under the eyes of interesting citizens, public officials and other stakeholders, our team of immersion specialists moved the 32 m wide, 47 m long and 13,5 m high element in its place. Quite an accomplishment if you know that they had 8 cm of space on each side to play with. Our work was executed as planned and the canal was back open for maritime transport around 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, a day earlier than expected.