BIM (Building Information Modelling) is still a hot topic. The first edition of BIM World was a great success with over 3,000 visitors. We take a look back at this first ever exhibition with Jean-Michel Dupuyds, Studies & Technology Director at Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France. Shaping a Better Life: How do you think the first ever […]
Floatgen honoured at the Energy Transition Trophies awards
Lyon Living Lab — a pioneering urban project
Thursday May 11th, 2017
Materials sorting: the circular economy in action!
“Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed.” These famous words from Lavoisier became the motto of Brézillon which opened a contaminated soil transit, sorting and recovery platform in February.
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Bouygues Construction wins two public-private partnership schools contracts worth nearly 120 million euros
Bouygues Construction, within the Lylopolis(1) bidding group, has just signed a public-private partnership contract (PPP) with the Lorraine Regional Council covering the design, finance, construction and operation/maintenance of two lycées in Pont-à-Mousson. Designed by architect Christian Laroche, this project, with a works value of around 60 million euros, includes demolition then reconstruction of these establishments by Pertuy Construction, […]
The Philharmonie de Paris opened on 14 January with great fanfare. The architectural adventure is now giving way to a cultural adventure that is set to be just as spectacular. This is a good time to take a look at the cultural events, concerts and exhibitions on offer at the Philharmonie de Paris in the […]
With the growing number of seniors in our societies and the changes in their lifestyle, it is necessary to rethink our vision of housing to conceive homes that better meet their new expectations.
This year, the Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena won the prestigious Pritzker Prize, which is considered the Nobel Prize of architecture. Aravena is known for his commitment to improving social issues; he is also the architect for one of the “suspended cabins” for the Jan Michalski Foundation, built by Losinger Marazzi. The Pritzker Prize, sponsored by the […]
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 […]
A first for France. In September, social housing in Nantes will be built using an industrial 3D printer.
Bouygues Construction has signed a five-year partnership agreement with WWF, the environmental NGO, to become a member of its Global Forest and Trade Network. It is the first player in the French construction sector to join. The Group has pledged to increase its purchases of wood sourced from sustainably managed forests and distributed by streams […]
Terre Plurielle is a supporter of Street League, a combination of professional coaching and football!
Terre Plurielle, the Bouygues Construction corporate foundation, has demonstrated its commitment to help young people through its support for the Street League charity in the United Kingdom. Street League engages with young people from underprivileged backgrounds through weekly football sessions and then works with them to improve their employment prospects. The idea is to help […]