The Bouygues Group is gearing up for COP21. In preparation, from now until December the Bouygues Construction blog will be discussing climate solutions aimed at combating climate disruption and its effects. This week, our focus is on using wood to generate power and heat at the University of Hertfordshire campus in the United Kingdom. In […]
New headquarters of the Ademe : the first public building in France to be awarded the low-consumption building
A new low-consumption building in Montigny, near Paris
Wednesday September 9th, 2009
Eco-friendly equipment proves popular!
To provide the best possible support to our operational teams in the field, we attach a lot of importance to constantly upgrading the ranges of equipment we use. These innovations enable us to be ever more competitive. Naturally, the process entails listening carefully to our colleagues who work every day with this equipment on our […]
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