Cravate Solidaire, a charitable organisation backed by the corporate foundation Terre Plurielle, dropped off its containers at Bouygues Construction for one week. The goal of the initiative was to collect men’s and women’s professional clothes (suits, shoes, etc.) for students looking for work, first-time employees, and job-seekers re-entering the market. Over 260 kg of clothing […]
Innovations on construction sites
Friday April 11th, 2014
Les coulisses du nouveau « zoo de Vincennes »
Le nouveau Parc zoologique de Paris ouvre ses portes demain. Au programme pour le visiteur : une expérience en immersion dans cinq vastes biozones où il pourra croiser girafes, lions, loups, babouins, etc. C’est Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France (filiale francilienne de Bouygues Construction), au sein de la société de projet Chrysalis(1), qui a orchestré la rénovation […]
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Bouygues Construction and Centrale Lille recently inaugurated the Construction 4.0 Chair, a partnership that represents the culmination of a 15-year relationship widely supported by the region and city. Two theses are already in the works. We met with the PhD students behind them.
During a recent French public holiday weekend, twenty employees of DV Construction, a subsidiary of Bouygues Entreprises France Europe based in the South of France, chose not to just take it easy at home as we joined forces with 300 other volunteers to assist with the 20th National Games of the Future. This is a […]
The first high-speed train on the African continent runs at 160 kph and is playing a big part in a global sports event in June and July of this year. What is it? The Gautrain South Africa’s Gautrain is a rapid transit system-type rail link. The first stretch, linking the international airport to the Sandton […]
The Bouygues Construction Challenge ended on 27 November after two days of intense competition between the 12 teams. After outlining their projects to two juries, only four teams were able to present their eco-connected and civic neighbourhood to 250 members of the public during the grand finale. Following a text message vote, the room chose […]
A month ago, over 2,000 people came to visit it and discover its entrance hall, buildings, emergency room and imaging centre. Today, this brand new Nord Deux-Sèvres hospital welcomed its first patient. Let’s take a look back at one of our most technologically advanced worksites in terms of digital modelling.
Spotlight on 3 projects backed by Terre Plurielle, Bouygues Construction’s foundation A playground for disabled children The 4th of June, the Institut Médico-Educatif (IME) in Sorinières inaugurated a playground for disabled children thanks to the financial backing of Terre Plurielle and Quille Construction patronage skills. This IME receives some 70 mentally challenged children and teenagers […]