Top

Previous :
Palaces: five-star renovation!

Next :
SerendiCity, Saclay campus’ star student!

Innovations on construction sites

Friday July 15th, 2016

0

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.

Next :
Sportwomen speak

0
Don‘t miss out on any of our news!

Subscribe to our newsletter.

Subscribe!
Don‘t miss out on any of our news!

Question? opinion? suggestion?
It‘s here!
Question? opinion? suggestion?

You will also like...

Top of the month

3

Innovations on construction sites
City of Dreams: an architectural gem in Macau
  • 2013 : a year of recorded challenges for Bouygues Construction!

    In 2013, Bouygues Construction has developed concrete evidence of its ambition to shape a better life. Sustainable Construction, Innovation: challenges that are important to us were recorded over the entire value chain in 80 countries on 5 continents. Watch here and now our achievements in video!

  • Grand Opening of the Philharmonie de Paris!

    The Philharmonie de Paris is set to welcome its first spectators this evening for an unforgettable inaugural concert. This magnificent concert hall, located in the heart of La Villette park, was built by Bouygues Construction in collaboration with several partners. It will be home to the Orchestre de Paris and will host a myriad of […]

  • Digital technology enhancing our lives in our neighbourhoods

    With the digital ecosystem, we are transitioning to a new paradigm that is revolutionising our economic models, our lifestyles, and our habits. What does it promise? What are its limits? As this societal revolution requires us to completely rethink building and offer new services, we have assembled a group of experts to consider how digital […]

  • Conserving archaeological heritage with INRAP

    Constructing the buildings of tomorrow with respect for the past — this is the ambition for the sponsorship agreement signed between Bouygues Travaux Publics and INRAP for a three-year period. A symbol of the relationship of trust created between both partners, this agreement underlines Bouygues Travaux Publics’ long-term commitment to supporting scientific culture and heritage […]

  • Bouygues Construction to acquire Thomas Vale Group in the United Kingdom

    The Bouygues Construction subsidiary Bouygues Bâtiment International has signed an agreement to acquire 100 per cent of the Thomas Vale Group. The deal is subject to approval by the European Commission competition authorities. Established in 1869, the Midlands construction business Thomas Vale expects to generate sales of just over £200 million (more than €240 million) […]

  • \Soon, all our projects will be using BIM\

    BIM is revolutionizing our trades and implies to redifine completely the act of constructing. Every Wednesday this summer, discover our expertise in the area and explore with us the digital experience. You’ll learn everything there is to know about BIM. Christian Griffault, Innovation and R&D Director at Bouygues Construction, leads the way by talking about […]

  • Queen Elizabeth II inaugurates Tyne Tunnel 2

    On the 18 July, Queen Elizabeth II officially declared the Tyne Tunnel open, in the presence of Martin Bouygues, Chairman and CEO of the Bouygues group. Accompanied by Prince Philip, the Queen gave a speech in which she congratulated all those who had taken part in the project and underlined the benefits for inhabitants who […]

  • \Construction is becoming more feminine.\

    Meryem Hammoumi, sales manager at Bymaro, worked for five years as a construction engineer in Morocco and Turkmenistan. While she liked the people she worked with, she does not miss the moving around that was required. “When you want to start a family, it’s no longer so easy to be an expat.” In 2002, she […]