Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France, a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, is launching a new service: the Energy-Pass, a tool designed to help keep a tight control of running costs in new buildings. In the social housing sector, Energy-Pass consists in fitting a monitor screen in each flat to gauge and keep track of the consumption of heating, […]
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In Helsinki, the “participatory” smart city
“The most functional smart city in the world. ” Helsinki’s ambition is a mighty one… but has real potential. The Finnish capital wants to align new technologies with usages suited to the lives of its residents.
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For the past few months, our site workers haven’t been the only ones working on the L2 project. Graffiti artists have been expressing their creativity on freshly dried concrete, painting large frescoes on the structures of the future bypass. Art is being created behind the walls for the benefit of all in Marseille. Currently under […]
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A few weeks after school terms have begun, it's time for students to go back to university. Perhaps you weren't aware of it, but Bouygues Construction has built and renovated many universities, providing, in its own way, greater access to knowledge.