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Friday November 7th, 2014

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The Campus Innovation in video

A month ago to the day, a newly renovated Challenger was seen flying the flag of innovation when it played host to Bouygues Construction‘s first “Campus Innovation”. A remarkable event, dedicated entirely to Research & Development, and bringing together over 400 of the Group’s customers and partners. During these two days, one dedicated to employees […]

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