The winners of the Bouygues Construction Challenge 2012 have covered some ground! They recently returned from a week-long study trip in which they had the opportunity to see for themselves flagship development projects in Denmark and Sweden, two countries with great reputations for eco-construction. The winning team, made up of students from the Polytech network […]
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Monday May 4th, 2015
Backstage at the towers
These towers are certainly impressive, and not only when seen from below! Treasures are hidden in their interiors too. But a change of perspective is needed to discover them. Come and have a look behind the scenes of these iconic buildings. This slideshow takes you on a tour inside, from the Tour First at La […]
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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 […]
Eighteen months ago, Hublo replaced paper-based notices with interactive touchscreens. After the first few trials proved to be a success, the project was expanded. Read on to learn about the roll-out process and the latest developments.
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Within the scope of a PPP (public-private partnership), Bouygues Construction is in charge of the design and construction of La Seine Musicale. This new cultural centre, commissioned by the Hauts-de-Seine Departmental Council and designed by architect Shigeru Ban, includes a large 6,000-seat modular concert hall with capacity for three shows a day, an auditorium with […]
The Home Tower was the first building standing more than 50 metres tall to be built in Paris since the 1970s, and now the future Law Courts building is following in its footsteps. The building designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano is expected to reach 160 metres once work at the site is completed in […]
In partnership with BYMARO (Bouygues Construction’s subsidiary in Morocco), Terre Plurielle, the Bouygues Construction corporate foundation, is backing two projects in Morocco: the first is some 40 kilometres from Casablanca (Berrechid Hospital), the other near Rabat (Les Enfants de l’Ovale Morocco). Today and tomorrow, discover these fine initiatives sponsored by highly committed staff. On Tuesday […]
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