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 […]
Friday September 23rd, 2016
Open Innovation initiative: where are we now?
For almost two years, Bouygues Construction has been leveraging Open Innovation in order to increase its competitiveness. Roland Le Roux, head of the Open Innovation team in the Innovation and Sustainable Development Department, discusses the challenges involved in this initiative that allows Bouygues Construction to be one step ahead of the competition.
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On Monday, the French President, performed the official inauguration for the new National Archives centre at Pierrefitte-sur-Seine, in the northern suburbs of Paris (Seine-Saint-Denis). The building was handed over by Bouygues Bâtiment-Ile-de-France in May 2012. The largest archive centre in Europe, this building houses part of the records held by the National Archives (public records […]
Quille Construction, a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, and the design-construction consortium members* have taken on the challenge of building an innovative wooden high school in 12 months for the Loire-Atlantique departmental council. The works, which began in September, are forging ahead so that the 500 pupils from Clisson high school will be able to move […]
Le Grenier association and Terre Plurielle open new premises to help the insertion of women remote from the labour market
The Le Grenier association opened its new premises on 12 May, in the presence of Edouard Philippe, deputy mayor of Le Havre, thanks in large part to the financial support of Terre Plurielle , the Bouygues Construction corporate foundation, and to the skills-based sponsorship of Quille Construction. For 13 years Le Grenier has been assisting […]
The Chevaux de Marly, standing proud at the entrance to the principal courtyard at Challenger, the headquarters of Bouygues Construction, are once again a magnificent white. These statues were not neglected during the renovation taking place at Challenger (see posting on 6 July, 2011). The painstaking work was contracted to Tollis, a company that specialises […]
A new success for Bouygues Construction Australia! The Glenfield Junction Alliance, comprising Transport for NSW, Bouygues Travaux Publics (a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction), John Holland and Parsons Brinckerhoff, has been awarded Best Infrastructure Project of the year for its Sydney project (construction of major rail infrastructure, including bridges, a railway station and tracks to the […]
“Tomorrow's cement industry will not only harness CO2 emissions but will also be producing its materials from waste. ” This is the ambitious target stated by the French cement industry trade union during its press conference on 14 November 2018.
Bouygues Construction officially announces the launch of CarbonEco, a software package designed to establish a carbon audit of building and civil works projects. The Group is the first player to adapt the carbon audit methodology devised by Ademe (1) for an operational context and for the diversity of the structures it constructs and renovates: housing, […]
In the Plateau de Saclay, the SerendiCity site is firing on all cylinders. Why? The residence must be ready to house more than 1,000 Saclay students at the start of academic year 2017! This operation was developed in record time, and the first symbolic stone was laid on 25 May. Explore behind the scenes. The […]