Top

Previous :
Spectacular Inauguration of the MahaNakhon Tower

Next :
Building Bridges

Cuba Varadero
Innovations on construction sites

Thursday August 11th, 2016

0

World Tour with Bouygues Construction

Operating in 80 countries, Bouygues Construction has key references on five continents due to its subsidiaries that are well-established in their countries. From Hong Kong to the United Kingdom, from Switzerland to Singapore, from Morocco to Australia, the Group has deepened its multi-local roots and strengthened its multi-cultural teams. This week, we take you to a world […]

Next :
Sportswomen 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...

  • The Campus Innovation in video

    A month ago to the day, a newly renovated Challenger was seen flying the flag of innovation when it played host to Bouygues Construction‘s first “Campus Innovation”. A remarkable event, dedicated entirely to Research & Development, and bringing together over 400 of the Group’s customers and partners. During these two days, one dedicated to employees […]

  • Three projects by Terre Plurielle

    Spotlight on 3 projects backed by Terre Plurielle, Bouygues Construction’s foundation A playground for disabled children The 4th of June, the Institut Médico-Educatif (IME) in Sorinières inaugurated a playground for disabled children thanks to the financial backing of Terre Plurielle and Quille Construction patronage skills. This IME receives some 70 mentally challenged children and teenagers […]

  • NEW CONTRACT FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER PLANTS IN THAILAND

    Bouygues Thai and Bouygues Energies & Services, two subsidiaries of Bouygues Construction, have signed (1) a contract worth around $50 million (approx. €38 million) for the design, construction and maintenance of three photovoltaic power plants in the Tak and Sukhothai provinces of north-east Thailand for Soleq Solar Thailand, a solar energy producer. In all, the […]

  • Working out at work!

    For over a year now, Bouygues Construction employees working on building sites have been going through a session of muscle warm-up exercises before starting their day’s work. Not only does this significantly reduce the risk of repetitive strain injuries, it also helps set up a good atmosphere at the start of the day. The initiative […]

  • Mickaël, TBM pilot for 14 years

    “The life of a pilot” Every week, through three intimate and realistic portraits, we invite you to discover the daily life of a TBM pilot in action so that you can better understand the challenges of this job that is still little known to the general public. This week, the second episode will introduce you […]

  • The longest sea viaduct on French territory

    This 5,400 metre-long sea viaduct, which will connect Saint-Denis (the capital of Reunion Island) to La Grande Chaloupe, is a major component of the New Coastal Road. The aim is to replace the current road along the coast between Saint-Denis and La Possession, which is dangerously exposed to the risk of rock falls and submersion […]

  • High-wire feat in Bangkok

     Bouygues Thai goes from one high-flying exploit to another on The River construction site. At the end of 2010, the teams had already raised the Group’s biggest ever sliding formwork to a height of 231 meters, to the top of the highest tower of The River residential complex.  In July, Bouygues Thai teams took up […]

  • Bouygues UK: bringing a British touch to Bouygues Construction

    The construction of the Channel Tunnel in 1986 marked the start of Bouygues Construction‘s adventure in the United Kingdom. Since then, the Group has strengthened its position with our English neighbours, expanding from 450 to 1,600 employees and from ten projects in London to more than 150 around the country. This was a real challenge […]