From the famous to the less well known, whether recently completed or still under construction and from across the world—you can keep up with the latest news from our worksites. Get a selective overview of the latest information on Bouygues Construction’s work from the Crillon Hotel in Paris to Brickell City Centre in Miami.
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Le Grenier association and Terre Plurielle open new premises to help the insertion of women remote from the labour market
The Le Grenier association opened its new premises on 12 May, in the presence of Edouard Philippe, deputy mayor of Le Havre, thanks in large part to the financial support of Terre Plurielle , the Bouygues Construction corporate foundation, and to the skills-based sponsorship of Quille Construction. For 13 years Le Grenier has been assisting […]
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As part of its continuous improvement drive in the area of safety, GFC Construction is today holding a fire simulation and subsequent evacuation exercise on Incity Tower worksite. The objective of this exercise is two-fold: to test the site evacuation procedure and to test the safety equipment installed in the tower. The exercise is overseen by […]
Bouygues Construction is inaugurating its demo for Wizom Connected, the group's smart and connected accommodation offer. The demo, which is open to both employees and clients, features full-sized examples of the equipment included in the comprehensive digital offer.
On 23 July, OHS officers and nurses from Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France (Bouygues Construction subsidiary) performed a spectacular feat with Paris firemen: a fire drill for a crane operator on the construction site of the new Ministry of Defence headquarters at Balard (Paris). The aim was to establish a common procedure for the whole Bouygues Construction […]
BIM (Building Information Modelling) is still a hot topic. The first edition of BIM World was a great success with over 3,000 visitors. We take a look back at this first ever exhibition with Jean-Michel Dupuyds, Studies & Technology Director at Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France. Shaping a Better Life: How do you think the first ever […]
The 19th, 20th and 21st of October are the days of architecture. For the occasion, Pierrick Beillevaire, founder of the architectural firm In Situ, shares with us his vision of architectural writing combined with the comfort of use. Winner of the Design, Build, Operate, Operate and Maintain (CREM) competition for the rehabilitation of the Tertre building at the University of Nantes, these choices have made it possible to make this campus an open space overlooking the city and a comfortable environment for a student life conducive to work.
Erected for the Departmental Council and the firefighters of Ille-et-Vilaine, the building was designed and built by Bouygues Bâtiment Grand Ouest. The technical training facility has a new innovative tool, the goal of this unusual construction being to give firefighters a place to train in conditions as close as possible to the real thing! The […]
A new success for Bouygues Construction Australia! The Glenfield Junction Alliance, comprising Transport for NSW, Bouygues Travaux Publics (a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction), John Holland and Parsons Brinckerhoff, has been awarded Best Infrastructure Project of the year for its Sydney project (construction of major rail infrastructure, including bridges, a railway station and tracks to the […]
For 25 years the Molitor pool in Paris had been preserving the odours of a glorious bygone age behind closed doors. And feeding all the fantasies surrounding its renaissance… And now it’s all over! Molitor reopened its doors on 19 May and is becoming a sporting, cultural and tourist centre of the highest order. With […]