60 years ago, Dragages built the runway at Kai Tak International Airport – its first project in Hong Kong. Since then, the company has become a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, steadily evolving in tandem with the city. After overcoming many challenges within the region, the company is now one of its major players. To celebrate […]
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Transforming waste into resources: when the circular economy disrupts our growth models and the way we consume and produce goods. Bouygues Construction is fully committed to acting as a responsible and committed industry player.
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You can use wastewater to heat your apartment! Since this summer, the Habitat Résidentiel unit of Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France has delivered 253 homes equipped with this technology. The system has been put into operation in the Sainte Geneviève urban development zone in Nanterre, near Paris, by Cofely (a subsidiary of GDF Suez) and Lyonnaise des […]
For the second year running, Terre Plurielle, the Bouygues Construction corporate foundation, is supporting Sourire à la Vie [Smile at Life], an association that supports children who are being treated for cancer. It will be present at the inauguration of the first Childhood Cancer Support Centre in Marseille, on September 18, 2013. The Sourire à […]
In the northeast of Thailand, the solar farms project managed by Bouygues Thai, a Bouygues Construction subsidiary, has reached the peak period, involving 600 people on 3 different sites. On Sukhothai site, 90% of the photovoltaic panels have already been installed. The three solar farms will be equipped in total with more than 100,000 photovoltaic […]
Michel Destot, MP and Mayor of Grenoble, and Yves Gabriel, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Bouygues Construction, today signed a research, development and innovation partnership agreement for the construction of an experimental demonstrator in the form of a block of approximately 90 apartments that will aim to achieve self-sufficiency in water and energy and […]
(Français) Les achats de Bouygues Construction viennent d’être récompensés lors de la cérémonie des Trophées des Achats 2014 organisée le 16 juin dernier par la CDAF (Compagnie des Dirigeants et des Acheteurs de France) dans la catégorie « Innovation Fournisseur ».
Yes, concrete can be a high-tech material! picked by Actualité and Actu France Concrete is the world’s most widely-used building material, and is the subject of increasingly sophisticated research work which has led to the development of new products offering greater durability, better compressive strength, improved resistance to temperature changes, etc. With the aim of […]
Following our series on FabLabs, those novel laboratories promoting creation and collaboration in support of an innovation ecosystem.
On Tuesday 25 November, Bouygues Construction welcomed around 500 people for its supplier convention, including 320 supplier representatives and over 150 staff members from all the Group’s business lines. Franck Le Guillou, Director of Bouygues Construction Purchasing, tells us about this event focused on innovation. Shaping a better life: why organise this Supplier Convention? Franck […]