300 Moroccan children can now enjoy sport, reading, computers and theatre in a brand new leisure centre! Terre Plurielle, the Bouygues Construction corporate foundation, helped out with funding the construction and equipping of a multi-purpose hall designed for cultural activities and games, near Rabat in Morocco. In this underprivileged neighbourhood, there are not many […]
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A first for France. In September, social housing in Nantes will be built using an industrial 3D printer.
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One year after laying the first stone, the major structural works of Bordeaux Métropole Arena is already completed. The works and technical teams deployed all their ingenuity to arrive at this result. Let’s put a spotlight on this iconic project for greater Bordeaux and for Bouygues Bâtiment Centre Sud-Ouest. Why have a Bordeaux Métropole Arena? […]
Beyond renewed architecture and increased integration of digital technology, smart buildings involve radically rethinking the concept of use and reasoning in terms of systems to improve performance. What changes do smart buildings mean for their users? How will they be financed? Following of our investigation into these new “smart” buildings. Buildings that serve their inhabitants […]
Bouygues Construction has begun work on a vast data centre in Pantin, in the north-eastern outskirts of Paris. The first phase of the contract is worth a total of €75 million. When completed, the building, which will provide around 11,000 m² of computer room space, will be one of the largest data centres in France. […]
Brézillon, a subsidiary of Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France, has fully refurbished the rapid transit network (RER) station at Achères, in the western suburbs of Paris. The project complied with HQE (High Environmental Quality) standards. Brézillon built a new access for people with reduced mobility and renovated the ticket hall, the operational area, the staircases and the […]
Following a successful first attempt and as part of our open innovation initiative, ten new start-ups took part in the second Minute Startup event organised at Challenger. Facing the same challenge as their predecessors, start-ups had one minute each to give their business pitch and one hour to discuss collaborative solutions, from design to implementation. […]
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