The Paris Philharmonic Hall isn’t due to open its doors to the public until autumn 2014, but that doesn’t mean you can’t set foot in it! A one-tenth scale model has been built entirely in wood to allow the acoustic engineers of Nagata Acoustics to test the real sound conditions in the hall. The small […]
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Wednesday December 19th, 2018
Building the Australian infrastructure of tomorrow
With a forecast growth rate of 3.5% in 2019 and a need for more infrastructure to support that development, Australia remains, more than ever, a land of opportunity for our three business sectors.
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The teams for the Bouygues Construction Challenge have been selected! A creative and cosmopolitan mix of individuals will take part in this year’s corporate competition to be held 25-27 November in a Paris hotel complex. And their challenge? To envision the connected and human neighbourhood of tomorrow. From the 440 who applied, 71 candidates made […]
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