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Friday March 31st, 2017
Zagreb Airport spreads its wing
The new international terminal at Zagreb Airport was inaugurated on March 21 by the Croatian Prime Minister. Teams from Bouygues Bâtiment International, in conjunction with the local construction company, Viadukt, handed over the project in December 2016, after 36 months of works. Let’s take a look back at this prestigious new reference. The project, […]
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Thanks to the 9,000 individuals involved on the worksites, there are now three ports adorning the north face of Morocco. For the last eleven years, Bouygues Travaux Publics, Bymaro and Saipem have been braving the elements in order to rig out Tangier and the Strait of Gibraltar, the second busiest maritime route in the world. […]
Multi-perforateur sélectionné dans Actualité et Actu France No one seriously expects buildings to be entirely built by robots, but they are starting to play a part in performing specific tasks. The aim is for robots to carry out certain demanding and/or repetitive operations previously performed by (human!) site workers. In collaboration with robot constructors and […]
To mark the inauguration of the Sports Hub in Singapore, a one-of-a-kind sports complex, Bouygues Bâtiment International and Dragages Singapore, international subsidiaries of Bouygues Construction, are launching “A Dream Come True“. This web documentary tells the tale of the construction and the life of an extraordinary project. BRINGING A DREAM TO LIFE After four years of […]
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Inaugurated on 20 January in the presence of Minister of Housing and Sustainable Homes Emmanuelle Cosse, the eco-village Hameau des Noés in Val-de-Reuil can be considered a laboratory of sorts, where new ways of life will be concocted.
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 […]
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 […]
Meryem Hammoumi, sales manager at Bymaro, worked for five years as a construction engineer in Morocco and Turkmenistan. While she liked the people she worked with, she does not miss the moving around that was required. “When you want to start a family, it’s no longer so easy to be an expat.” In 2002, she […]