Yes, concrete can be a high-tech material! picked by Actualité and Actu France Concrete is the world’s most widely-used building material, and is the subject of increasingly sophisticated research work which has led to the development of new products offering greater durability, better compressive strength, improved resistance to temperature changes, etc. With the aim of […]
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Building and Civil Works generates 250 million tonnes of waste per year. Today, only 40% of this waste is reclaimed, yet the Energy Transition Act imposes a threshold of 70%, to be reached by 2020. Transitioning from a traditional, linear economy toward a circular economy means entirely rethinking how we manage a worksite's materials in order to produce in a more sustainable and sensible way.
Are you passionate about geology, civil engineering and mechanics? Do you like team spirit and discipline? Then this job is made for you! …Bouygues Travaux Publics is offering the first TBM pilot training. Playing a key role in tunnel construction, a TBM pilot must have meticulous attention to detail. The project depends not just on […]
Innovation, construction and Sustainable Development are the three key words for the National Competition for Company Creation that has been organised by the Domolandes Technopole for the last three years. If you find these subjects inspiring why not present your project? Awarding sustainable construction projects The French National Competition for Company Creation organised by the […]
We discovered them during the Startup Minute when they had one minute to win us over. Now they are preparing themselves for another exercise in style: revealing themselves without giving too much away. Our latest series gets the start-ups to pass a personality test! This week we meet Emmanuel de Maistre, co-founder and CEO of […]
Welink, Bouygues Construction’s network for female managers launched in June 2013, has grown from strength to strength and now has 500 members. To mark this occasion, Caroline Loeper, the 500th member, an advice and support division manager at Bouygues Energies & Services FM France, shares her vision of gender balance in the workplace and her […]
After 4 and a half years, construction work on the Nouvel Hôpital d’Orléans (new Orléans hospital) is now 80% complete. The new hospital – which will be bigger and will offer a more pleasant and comfortable environment for patients and staff alike – is due to open in early 2015. It will care for patients […]