Four years after agreeing their first partnership, Bouygues Construction and Noé Conservation have strengthened their collaboration intended to protect urban biodiversity. This is a vital initiative: 93% of French people questioned1 believe it is important to develop green spaces in cities and 75% of them1 consider that it would be possible to create them in […]
The Incity Tower reaches 200 metres
At the heart of the Bouygues Construction building sites, episode three
Innovations on construction sites
Friday June 19th, 2015
Happy World Music Day!
On World Music Day, Bouygues Construction demonstrates its musical prowess across a symphony of arenas. In the Singapore Sports Hub, at sporting facilities like the Vélodrome Stadium in Marseille and the Bercy Arena, in traditional surroundings like the Philharmonie de Paris or the Pleyel concert hall; thanks to fantastic ongoing projects such as the City […]
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