Top

Previous :
The cement industry aims to reduce greenhouse gases by 80% by the year 2050

Next :
Laure Abdul, PhD in Materials Engineering, presents the concept of soil cement.

quartier églantines morges
Innovations on construction sites

Tuesday February 12th, 2019

1+

5 innovative uses for BIM. Episode 4: Églantines – a 100% BIM district!

Sharing information so that all players on the project have a single vision of the construction. Welcome to the BIM age! See the innovative use we make of BIM on one of our sites. Today, we are in Églantines, in Morges (Switzerland), by Losinger Marazzi.

Next :
Two years later, the hamlet of Les Noés in Val-de-Reuil remains a benchmark eco-neighbourhood in Normandy.

1+
Don‘t miss out on any of our news!

Subscribe to our newsletter.

Subscribe!
Don‘t miss out on any of our news!

Question? opinion? suggestion?
It‘s here!
Question? opinion? suggestion?

0 Comment
Your comment has been sent, thank you! It will appear after validation by the webmaster.

Comment
Comment? opinion? suggestion?

You will also like...

  • Innovation: tomorrow’s buildings will be connected!

    Tomorrow’s buildings will be connected buildings: entire houses will be remotely controlled using smartphones. The major players in the digital world, such as Apple and Google, are coming up with increasingly advanced home automation innovations that will make our daily lives easier. Between offering control over energy consumption, integrating systems for improved security and comfort, and offering new services, what are the areas of focus for connected buildings?

  • Palaces: five-star renovation!

    The Ritz, the emblematic hotel on Place Vendôme, has reopened after four years of renovation works led by Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France Renovation Privée. This is a defining moment in our subsidiary’s involvement in the luxury hotel market, which has included the remodelling of some major names in French real estate. Let’s put the spotlight on […]

  • Curtain Up for the Seine Musicale

    After intriguing locals and music lovers for three years, the Seine Musicale is finally being unveiled. The new cultural centre of the Hauts-de-Seine department, which marks the renewal of the Ile Seguin, will be officially inaugurated on Saturday 22 April. Guided tour of this liner dedicated to all music genres, a real technical feat for […]

  • Archaeological discoveries at Mont-Saint-Michel

    More secrets revealed at Mont-Saint-Michel! The DTP teams and the archaeologists from the Institut national de recherches archéologiques préventives (Inrap – French Archaeological Research Institute), who are leading the work to remove the silt around Mont-Saint-Michel under the leadership of the DRAC (Regional Directorate for Cultural Affairs) in Basse-Normandie, have uncovered some extremely important archaeological […]

  • 2016 BIM…GO!

    For over ten years, BIM has enabled us to revolutionise the way we design and expand our opportunities for collaboration. This year, the digital model will again accompany our finest achievements. All of us here at Bouygues Construction wish you a very happy new year in 2016.

  • Bouygues Construction at the forefront with BIM!

    Used in the Group since 2009, today BIM is being deployed across all our activities. Bouygues Construction’s commitment to this major industry innovation was commended twice in September, by Le Moniteur at the Golden BIMs ceremony and by the Planning, Construction and Architecture Programme (PUCA) at the “BIM Digital Modelling” symposium. A look back at […]

  • Almost € 83,000 raised for the Philippines

    On November 8, 2013, typhoon Haiyan devastated the Philippines coast with a force never seen before: thousands of people were reported missing and regions were entirely devastated. Bouygues Construction and its corporate foundation Terre Plurielle decided to raise funds for CARE, an NGO established in the country since 1949. In December, CARE France received € […]