Beneath the Florida sun, something new has risen up on the skyline of the most Latin city in the United States, Miami—the Brickell City Centre. Our subsidiary Americaribe has gone big for its first project in the country, with this vast 500,000 m² complex whose shopping centre opened in December 2016. Here are some images […]
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Innovations on construction sites
Friday November 23rd, 2018
5 innovative uses of BIM. Episode 1: The Alto Tower, the prowess of BIM!
Sharing information so that all the players in a project have a shared vision of the works. Welcome to the world of BIM! Every week for a month, discover one of our sites where BIM is being used in an innovative way. Today we discover the Alto Tower by Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France.
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Exchanging information so that all stakeholders share a common vision of the project: welcome to the BIM era! Every week, you can learn about one project where BIM is being used innovatively. Today we will look at L’Oréal's L6 building by Bouygues Energies & Services.
A brigade of fire-fighters recently chose one of our construction sites for a training exercise, with the full cooperation of the site team. Here’s what happened – not all days on site are as exciting as this! 10.28: A crane operator calls the site manager on his walky-talky: “I feel faint… I can’t stay up […]
Our series on Bouygues Construction employees who are also high-level athletes continues. This week, read about Thomas, sand yachting champion. Find out the previous portraits of Guillaume and Ludivine.
Pertuy Construction and Bouygues Energies & Services, two subsidiaries of Bouygues Construction, have signed a 25-year public-private partnership contract with the University of Burgundy for the financing, design, construction and maintenance of a number of buildings on the university’s Dijon campus. The project forms part of the French Government’s “Opération Campus” programme, launched back in […]
ETDE, Bouygues Construction’s electrical contracting and maintenance subsidiary, made a stir recently with a presentation of the Mobil’IT, which is set to replace traditional site trailers. It’s a sort of high-tech caravan equipped with a meeting space, air-conditioning, computers with flat screens and WiFi broadband connection, kitchen appliances for meals (fridge, micro-wave oven, etc.), secure […]
Over 350 participants including experts, start-ups, partners and clients came to discuss different ways of “reinventing cities” at the symposium co-organised by Bouygues Construction and WWF on 23 November in Paris. Recap of the event that was awarded the COP21 label. In 2050 more than half of the world’s population will live in cities, which […]
For 30 years, the charity Restos du Cœur has been singing “Aujourd’hui, on n’a plus le droit, ni d’avoir faim ni d’avoir froid…” (No longer shall anyone go hungry or be left out in the cold…). It’s to this tune that they come to the aid of those in need with an ever-increasing number of […]