For 30 years, the charity Restos du Cœur has been singing “Aujourd’hui, on n’a plus le droit, ni d’avoir faim ni d’avoir froid…” (No longer shall anyone go hungry or be left out in the cold…). It’s to this tune that they come to the aid of those in need with an ever-increasing number of […]
Innovations on construction sites
Friday July 15th, 2016
The future Paris Law Courts is nearing completion!
Launched in summer 2014, the construction worksite for the future Paris Law Courts reached a major step in July: the completion of structural works. This was achieved within the deadlines set, staying the course of this exceptional worksite.
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This year, the Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena won the prestigious Pritzker Prize, which is considered the Nobel Prize of architecture. Aravena is known for his commitment to improving social issues; he is also the architect for one of the “suspended cabins” for the Jan Michalski Foundation, built by Losinger Marazzi. The Pritzker Prize, sponsored by the […]
The spirit of a place… People who live there can describe it best. Ivan, originally from Spain, tells us what he thinks of Singapore, where he has been working since 2013 as Deputy Supply Chain Manager of VSL. Life in the Singapore archipelago is enjoyable. For instance, it is very green — a blessing for […]
After three years of construction work, Toulouse is proud to finally unveil its brand new hospital. The 28,000 m² building will house the A&E, Intensive Care and Medical units, known as “URM” collectively. Together with the Pierre Paul Riquet Hospital, it will form the nerve centre of the Toulouse Teaching Hospital. The structure will contain […]
In line with this Sustainable development policy (“Actitudes”), Bouygues Construction wants to become the leader in its business sectors in terms of occupational health and safety. Dragages Hong Kong, one of its subsidiaries, has set up its own training centre to eradicate unsafe worksite behaviour. This purpose-built building was officially inaugurated at the end of […]