From the famous to the less well known, whether recently completed or still under construction and from across the world—you can keep up with the latest news from our worksites. You can visit our sites in pictures: travel from Thailand, where you can find out how the Noble Ploenchit residential complex is coming along, to […]
3D printing: a house soon-to-be constructed in Nantes!
FabLab: educational innovation for students
Friday March 24th, 2017
FabLab: Encouraging employee innovation
The next and final episode in the FabLab series, which takes a look at the creative spaces playing a significant role in creating sustainable, innovative neighbourhoods.
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Recently recruited by GTB Construction, the Nantes-based subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, 27-year-old Martin Braud is an elite sportsman who competes in the two-person canoe slalom. Here’s his story: “I signed my contract with GTB Construction in early July 2008, just before setting off to take part in the Beijing Olympics. I then began a training […]
The term “diversity” can at times seem over-used in business. What does this word really mean and how can we promote diversity on a daily basis? Let’s find out with Didier Rabiti, Diversity and Equal Opportunities Manager at Bouygues Construction. What does diversity mean at Bouygues Construction? Diversity is multi-faceted, culminating the diversity of cultures, […]
Following on from the equine-assisted therapy, let’s continue our journey through the projects supported by Terre Plurielle, the Bouygues Construction corporate foundation, with two projects sponsored by staff, one close to Phuket, and the other in the north, in the Buriram region. Located 90 minutes from Phuket by road, the Ban Nam Keem School was […]
The façade of 121 Avenue Malakoff in Paris is blanketed in white, but it’s got nothing to do with snow! In order to reduce noise coming from the renovation worksite that Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France is currently leading on this office building, the teams came up with the idea of covering its entire surface with a […]
Sophie Minerbe, heavy equipment operator at DTP Terrassement, really likes mechanics and machinery. She drove her first tractor at the age of nine, and thought for a long time she would take over the family farm. But in 2006, recruitment buses for the EPR project at Flamanville were crisscrossing her region. She put in an […]
In 2011, the Handisup Haute Normandie disability charity supported by the Terre Plurielle foundation created the Simon project named after the first student with Asperger’s helped by the charity. The only initiative of its kind in France, it aims to help students with high-functioning autism or Asperger’s syndrome into employment. We spoke to Simon Beck, […]
Bouygues Travaux Publics, a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, has won a contract to design and construct three cryogenic tanks for LNG (liquefied natural gas) in Dunkirk, in partnership with Entrepose Contracting (leader). The contract was signed with Dunkerque LNG, a subsidiary of EDF. The three cryogenic tanks, offering a total capacity of 570,000 m3, form […]