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Bouygues Construction is about to start a new construction in Singapore: two 140-metre housing tower blocks located on Clementi Avenue. A new reference work which illustrates the Group’s dynamic growth in the region. Nicolas Borit, Bouygues Bâtiment International Deputy CEO in charge of Asia-Pacific, said: “The experience acquired in this market and the construction system […]
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There is already a long and beautiful love story between Bouygues Construction and Hong Kong… Bouygues Construction and several of its subsidiaries have been there for decades. Including Dragages Hong Kong, a loyal builder from this part of the world that is rising fast and at the cutting edge of innovation. Bouygues Construction has been […]
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