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Bouygues Construction worldwide

As a major construction group worldwide combining its expertise with international vision, Bouygues Construction dominates major markets across the globe. Bouygues Construction got quickly involved in international activity; twenty years after its establishment, the group began building the Olympic complex in Iran’s capital, Tehran. Currently half of the group’s turnover is made internationally, in upcoming and promising markets: Hong Kong, the Arabian Peninsula (United Arab Emirates, Qatar etc.) and the Indo-Chinese peninsula (Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore etc.) among others.

Already very creative and multi-skilled on its French homeland territory, we can really evaluate Bouygues Construction’s ability to construct custom-made buildings by looking at its international achievements: a tunnel linking Miami’s port to the city, a huge sport and leisure centre in Singapore and the Chernobyl sarcophagus…Challenges that are just as original and large scale, successfully completed by the group.

The Gibraltar site is maintaining momentum!

Since November 2015 more than 100 site workers from Bouygues Energies & Services have been working to build a next-generation thermal power plant in Gibraltar. The aim of the project is to replace three fossil fuel power plants dating from over 30 years ago, which no longer meet European requirements. The biggest challenge in the […]

2016 in pictures

To start the year in style, Bouygues Construction invites you to a change of scenery, through the most beautiful projects and construction initiated in 2016! January – Linkcity launches Serendicity :  At the Paris-Saclay campus, Linkcity is developing the biggest student housing project currently under way in France. The project: to construct 8 buildings (900 […]

Our best buildings… in the snow!

The holidays are fast approaching, and winter is here. To mark the occasion, Bouygues Construction has a surprise in store. We’ve got something lovely to show you: postcards of our most beautiful buildings, old and new. Chalets, airports, hotels... all in the snow! We would like to take this opportunity to offer you our best wishes for the holiday season and the new year !

Diversity and Equal Opportunity

On 6 December, this film created by Bouygues Bâtiment International was given an award as part of the “Trophées de la Diversité®” awards, which looks to reward companies incorporating diversity into their growth, their HR issues and their managerial activities.

Connected Universities !

Perhaps you weren't aware of it, but Bouygues Construction has built and renovated many universities, providing, in its own way, greater access to knowledge. Higher education's demands are rapidly evolving. In this context, the company has thought up a new way to design, build and use educational spaces that are adapted to digital learning, open to the world, and that have minimal environmental impact.

COP22: inventing the world of tomorrow!

Since 7 November, the 22nd Conference of the Parties (COP22) has been taking place in Marrakesh. The objective of this 2-week conference is to continue and to intensify the fight against climate change. Outside of the summit that brings together diplomats and heads of state from the entire world, the Bouygues Group, through its subsidiaries Bouygues Construction, Bouygues Immobilier, and Colas, is presenting its sustainable construction innovations.

Last episode of pilot’s life mini-séries

“Keep your eyes open, listen and feel” In the last episode in the Bouygues Travaux Publics’ “A pilot’s life” mini-series, immerse yourself with Fabrice, 47, a TBM manager on Tuen Mun-Chek Lap Kok Link project in Hong Kong. With innovation and respect for the environment central to the project, the extraordinary tunnel was dug out by […]

When the impossible becomes possible!

Every project and construction site is unique. This is why Bouygues Construction employees are committed each day to designing and completing ambitious projects. Our quest for excellence is known by our clients, who trust us with their projects in the most demanding areas of construction. Discover some of our recent flagship projects: Chernobyl New Safe […]

When I grow up, I want to be a TBM pilot !

Are you passionate about geology, civil engineering and mechanics? Do you like team spirit and discipline? Then this job is made for you! …Bouygues Travaux Publics is offering the first TBM pilot training. Playing a key role in tunnel construction, a TBM pilot must have meticulous attention to detail. The project depends not just on […]

Spectacular Inauguration of the MahaNakhon Tower

With its unique architecture and original design, the MahaNakhon Tower in Thailand doesn’t fail to impress. Surrounded by a ribbon of pixels and measuring 314 metres—a national record—it’s inauguration was as special as the tower itself; an extraordinary light and sound show held on 29 August. The MahaNakhon Tower: the tallest tower of Thailand Designed […]

World Tour with Bouygues Construction

Operating in 80 countries, Bouygues Construction has key references on five continents due to its subsidiaries that are well-established in their countries. From Hong Kong to the United Kingdom, from Switzerland to Singapore, from Morocco to Australia, the Group has deepened its multi-local roots and strengthened its multi-cultural teams. This week, we take you to a world […]

Destination Singapore!

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 […]

Towers in the clouds

Dubai, Hong Kong, Toronto… VSL has provided its expertise in the construction of skyscrapers on a global scale. A look at some breathtaking examples. Burj Khalifa, Dubai, UAE – 828 m high Since 2010, the Burj Khalifa has held the record for the world’s tallest skyscraper. VSL Heavy Lifting played a leading role in installing the […]

Airport in the land of the Inuit

In the Great Canadian North, in the heart of the deserted province of Nunavut, the Arctic Infrastructure Partners consortium, led by Bouygues Building Canada, is carrying out the extension of the Iqaluit airport. An atypical project which comprises in particular the design and construction of a new terminal, and the renovation of the current runways, all this on […]

Postcard from Switzerland

When Latin America meets Switzerland…Originally from Costa Rica, Ana Maria Abarca shares her experience of the country where she has been working for four years in the Purchasing division of Losinger Marazzi. What I like the most about Switzerland is its diversity. You can cross lakes or rivers and see impressive mountain summits or plains, […]

Miami: Natural air conditioning at the Brickell City Centre

After the Port Miami Tunnel works project, the Brickell City Centre project is now in full swing under the Florida sun. The multi-use complex (hotels, housing units, offices, and businesses) is the largest property-development project currently taking place in the state. But the large scale isn’t incompatible with ecology. In fact, the project received the […]

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