New regulations resulting from France’s Environment Round Table, held in 2007, are sometimes said to be restrictive for the building industry. Bouygues Construction disagrees, preferring to see them as an opportunity to develop its R&D, allowing it to offer its customers high added value. An example is the new head office of the Ademe (the […]
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3D printing, the future of construction?
Increasing numbers of experiments involving 3D construction have been carried out over the last few months, with the printing of concrete parts and even, for the more advanced, the creation of complete wall sections. It offers a number of advantages, saving time and materials and reducing the environmental impact. Is this process, which is still […]
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