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Wednesday February 15th, 2012

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Bouygues Construction signs a contract to build the new Paris Law Court complex

(Français) La société projet Arelia (1) vient de signer avec l’Etablissement Public du Palais de Justice de Paris, agissant au nom et pour le compte de l’Etat, le contrat pour le financement, la conception, la construction, l’entretien et la maintenance pendant 27 ans du futur Palais de Justice de la Ville de Paris.

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  • Vraiment c’est une bonne nouvelle,le fait l’entreprise Bouygues gagne le marché de la construction de la maison de la justice de Paris.



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