Bouygues Construction has begun work on a vast data centre in Pantin, in the north-eastern outskirts of Paris. The first phase of the contract is worth a total of €75 million. When completed, the building, which will provide around 11,000 m² of computer room space, will be one of the largest data centres in France. […]
A motorway to reshape the Istrian peninsula
Building the Australian infrastructure of tomorrow
Wednesday January 9th, 2019
The construction material that reacts with CO2
In our town and cities, where vegetation is becoming increasingly scarce, how can we absorb carbon dioxide, claimed by scientists to be the number one cause of climate change? Imagine a material that could grow like trees by absorbing carbon dioxide!
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Le Grenier association and Terre Plurielle open new premises to help the insertion of women remote from the labour market
The Le Grenier association opened its new premises on 12 May, in the presence of Edouard Philippe, deputy mayor of Le Havre, thanks in large part to the financial support of Terre Plurielle , the Bouygues Construction corporate foundation, and to the skills-based sponsorship of Quille Construction. For 13 years Le Grenier has been assisting […]
A new success for Bouygues Construction Australia! The Glenfield Junction Alliance, comprising Transport for NSW, Bouygues Travaux Publics (a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction), John Holland and Parsons Brinckerhoff, has been awarded Best Infrastructure Project of the year for its Sydney project (construction of major rail infrastructure, including bridges, a railway station and tracks to the […]
Activity isn’t just taking place on the tarmac at Lyon Saint-Exupéry. The airport is currently extending terminal 1 and adding a shopping centre. A project of around 70,000 sq. m, doubling its current surface area. A project with very specific characteristics takes off! A project on an in-use site There are currently 5,000 employees working […]