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Monday March 19th, 2012

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Objective: Olympic Games 2012 – All behind Brice!

Combining a brilliant professional career within a large international Group and practising sport at a very high level… it can be done! ETDE, the Energy and Services Division of Bouygues Construction, has proved it by supporting the preparations for the 2012 Olympic Games of one of its members of staff, Brice Panel, an engineer and […]

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