Bouygues Construction has set itself two ambitious targets for social inclusion: to meet growing demands arising from both private and public sector contracts and to encourage the recruitment of people with long-term motivation. “Whenever we need to recruit, we see whether our requirements can be met through social inclusion”, says Martin Laurent, human-resources manager for […]
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The 28th edition of the SEA Games opens today in Singapore and will last until the 16th of June. Of course, the Singapore Sports Hub inaugurated almost a year ago will be a part of the event. With 36 sports and 402 events held around the city, the Games motto “Celebrate the extraordinary” makes perfect […]
The last two components of the Incity Tower spire were put in place by helicopter on Sunday 21 June. This metallic spire, which measures 50 metres and weighs 25.9 tonnes, took the building to its final height of 200 metres. This confirms its position as the highest tower in Lyon and the third highest in […]
On Tuesday 25 November, Bouygues Construction welcomed around 500 people for its supplier convention, including 320 supplier representatives and over 150 staff members from all the Group’s business lines. Franck Le Guillou, Director of Bouygues Construction Purchasing, tells us about this event focused on innovation. Shaping a better life: why organise this Supplier Convention? Franck […]
Our series on Bouygues Construction employees who are also high-level athletes continues. This week, read about Ludivine, champion of Qwan Ki Do. You can also watch her practising her discipline. Find out the previous portrait of Guillaume.
On April 29, the Terre Plurielle foundation confirmed its support for Bâti’ Toit, a non-profit organisation which employs people suffering from social exclusion, presenting a cheque for €10,000 to its president, Jérôme Derruder. Bâti’ Toit produces timber frames (used for houses and garden equipment) and works with 18 people who qualify only for minimum income […]
The project conceived by Danish architects Henning Larsen and Lille-based architecture firm Keurkhas been chosen to host the European Medicines Agency (EMA) in the event of the success of the Lille candidacy. Linkcity and Bouygues Bâtiment Nord-Est are leading the consortium and are ready to begin construction if they get the green light.They'll find out on 20 November.
In early August, Bouygues Bâtiment Centre Sud-Ouest completed their mission with the handover of the final three establishments for the Loiret departmental council as part of a PFI signed in 2013. Bernard Gautreau, chairman of Ligeréa, sums up the project. Today, some secondary school-goers from Loiret will return to a brand new school building. The […]
The holidays are fast approaching, and winter is here. To mark the occasion, Bouygues Construction has a surprise in store. We’ve got something lovely to show you: postcards of our most beautiful buildings, old and new. Chalets, airports, hotels... all in the snow! We would like to take this opportunity to offer you our best wishes for the holiday season and the new year !