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Management

Bouygues Construction is organised in seven operating entities which all report directly to General Management. They receive support from corporate functions and EIGs (economic interest groupings): financial engineering, management control, treasury, legal affairs, human resources, communications, equipment and IT services. The Central Purchasing department allows a pooling of resources and coordinates purchasing teams at Group level. The Innovation and Sustainable Construction division is composed of teams responsible for Sustainable Development, R&D Innovation and Forward Planning and Strategic Marketing.

Yves Gabriel

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Bouygues Construction

Born in 1950, Yves Gabriel is a graduate of the Ponts et Chaussées engineering school. He has been with Bouygues since 1976 and has held positions of responsibility in three of the group's main business areas: building, roads and public utilities management. In 1976, he joined Screg, starting his career as a works engineer before becoming head of sector and director of a regional branch. In 1985, he created Screg Bâtiment, where he remained as Chief Operating Officer until 1992.
From 1985 to 1992, he was also Executive Vice President of Bouygues' Industrial Construction Division and Chairman of Ballestrero. Between 1992 and 1996, he was Chief Operating Officer of the Screg group, France's third largest roads group.
In November 1996, he joined the Saur group as Executive Vice President with responsibility for the group's French businesses and the merger with Cise group, acquired from Saint Gobain.
His responsibilities within the Saur group were extended in April 1999, and in June 2000 he was made Chief Operating Officer. Yves Gabriel was appointed Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Bouygues Construction in September 2002.

Pascal Grangé

Deputy CEO

Pascal Grangé, who was born in 1961, holds a postgraduate diploma in finance. He has been with Bouygues since 1986. His first appointment was as finance manager at Dragages & Travaux Publics. He was a member of the Financial Engineering team in 1987. In July 1995, he moved to Screg as Financial Director, and then served as Company Secretary of Stéreau and Saur France. Pascal Grangé became Corporate Secretary of the Saur group in June 2001, and in June 2003, he was appointed Chief Financial Officer of Bouygues Construction.
Since August 2008, he has served as Deputy CEO of Bouygues Construction.

 Jean-Marc Kiviatkowski

General Counsel

Jean-Marc Kiviatkowski, who was born in 1956, holds a postgraduate diploma in international business law and a diploma as corporate legal advisor, business law. He started his career in 1981 with PSA before joining the Bouygues Group in 1988. He was legal director at Bouygues Travaux Publics between 1988 and 2000, and company secretary of the same entity between 2000 and 2003. In 2003, he became General Counsel of Bouygues Construction Group, with responsibility for insurance and taxation. He is a member of the General Management Committee. Since 2008, he took responsibility for internal control functions (audits, procedures, ethic).
 

Jean-Manuel Soussan 

     

Group Human Resources Director

Jean-Manuel Soussan was born in 1963 and gained a postgraduate degree in labour law. He joined Bouygues Construction in September 1995 as head of the human resources department at Norpac. In 1997, he was appointed human resources director for GTB Construction. In 1999, he transferred to Bouygues UK as human resources director, staying there until 2005, when he became human resources development manager in the Bouygues Construction Central Human Resources department. In August 2011, he was appointed Group Human Resources Director.
 

 Philippe Fabié

 

Chairman and CEO, Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France

Philippe Fabié, who was born in 1952, graduated from INSA Lyon and spent the early part of his career in the SAE and Eiffage groups. He joined Bouygues Construction in 2000 as Senior Vice President of the regional subsidiary, GFC Construction. He was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France in february 2003 and Chairman and CEO in 2004. Since march 2013, he has been Deputy CEO of Bouygues Construction.

Philippe Bonnave

Deputy CEO

Born in 1953, Philippe Bonnave is a graduate of the Ecole Centrale de Lille engineering school. He started his career in 1977 as a works engineer at Nord-France Entreprise, where he later became Head of International and Overseas Operations. He came to the Bouygues Group in 1988, as Senior Vice President of GCA, the Group's Bordeaux-based subsidiary. In 1997, he was appointed Chief Operating Officer of Entreprises France Centre Sud-Ouest, which he transformed into DV Construction in 1998. In 1999, he was appointed Senior Vice President, Central and South-western Europe, and Chief Executive Officer of Bouygues Entreprises France-Europe (the regional subsidiaries of Bouygues Construction in France and Western Europe) in 2003. In June 2010, he was also appointed Chairman of the Board of Bouygues Travaux Publics.
Since 30 August 2010, he has been Deputy CEO of Bouygues Construction. He's in charge of Bouygues Entreprises France-Europe, Bouygues Travaux Publics and the Concessions division.

Christian Gazaignes

Chief Executive Officer, Bouygues Travaux Publics

Born in 1955 and a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, Christian Gazaignes has spent his entire career with Bouygues Travaux Publics. Having joined the company in 1980 as a methods engineer, he went on to become Operations Director first for France (Marseille metro, Sylans viaduct), then for international projects (Kwon Tong bypass). In 1992, he was appointed Technical Director, and in 1995 he took charge of operations in Hong Kong.
In July 1999, his sphere of management was set at the Africa, Asia/Pacific, and Central and Latin America zones. Since February 2003, he has been Chief Executive Officer of Bouygues Travaux Publics.

Philippe Amequin

Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Bouygues Travaux Publics

Born in 1963, Philippe Amequin is a graduate of the ESTP engineering school. His career began with the Bouygues Group in 1986 as a works engineer in the Travaux Publics France business. In 1987, he transferred to Quille to work on the La Hague site, and he then moved on to GFC, the Group's Lyon-based subsidiary, in 1994. Four years later he was named Deputy General Manager of GFC Construction, and then General Manager of Pertuy Construction in 2000. He became General Manager of Quille in 2007 then Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Quille in 2008, also playing an operational role for business in Western France and in the UK.
Since June 2010, he has also been Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Bouygues Travaux Publics with responsability for France .
 

Charles Paradis

Chief Executive Officer, Bouygues Construction Concessions

Charles Paradis was born in 1958 and graduated from the Ecole Polytechnique and the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées. He began his career with a five-year stint at the Ministry of Defence, in the Maritime Affairs department based first in Cherbourg, then in Brest. He joined Bouygues Travaux Publics in 1988 as head of the commercial department. After being involved in a number of concession projects, he took charge of the company operating the Istria motorway in Croatia in 1997.
He was made Senior Vice President, Concessions prior to his appointment as Chief Executive Officer of Bouygues Construction Concessions in February 2003.

Olivier-Marie Racine

Chairman and CEO, Bouygues Bâtiment International

Olivier-Marie Racine, born in 1958, is a graduated of the Ecole Polytechnique and the ENGREF. He started his career as an engineer with the Caisse des Dépôts. He joined Bouygues in 1991 as head of the civil works division of Quille. He became Operations Director and then Deputy Regional Director in 1995. He moved to Bouygues UK in 1997, where he served successively as Operations Director, then Managing Director.
After a spell with responsibility for the Asia and Africa zones, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Bouygues Bâtiment International in February 2003, and Chairman and CEO in november 2011.

Benoît de Ruffray

 

Deputy CEO, Bouygues Bâtiment International

Born in 1966, A graduate of Ecole Polytechnique, Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées and Imperial College London, Benoît de Ruffray began his career in 1990 with the Bouygues group. He started out at Bouygues Travaux Publics, where he held a number of positions until 2003. He also managed several major projects, including the Beirut seafront development, before becoming head of the Latin America region in 2001. In 2003 he was named CEO of Dragages Hong Kong, a Bouygues Construction subsidiary. In this capacity, he also supervised Bouygues Travaux Publics' operations in the Asia-Pacific region and Bouygues Bâtiment International's operations in China. Since 2007, he is Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Bouygues Bâtiment International.

Daniel Rigout

Chief Executive Officer, Specialist civil works division

Daniel Rigout was born in 1954 and graduated from the Ecole Centrale Paris and the Centre des Hautes Études de la Construction. He held a number of posts in the Vinci group as of 1978 until joining Bouygues in 1988. He began by managing civil engineering operations at Quille before being appointed General Manager of building subsidiaries in western France in 1991. In 1997 he became General Manager for subsidiaries in northern France and Belgium. He was appointed deputy CEO of Bouygues Bâtiment International in 2001. In november 2009, he has been appointed Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of VSL International and DTP Terrassement.

 Jean-Philippe Trin

Chairman and CEO, Bouygues Energies & Services

Jean-Philippe Trin was born in 1962 and graduated from the ESTP engineering school and holds an MS degree from Northwestern University. He joined Bouygues in 1987, starting out as a site manager with DTP Terrassement. He joined VSL in 1994, taking charge of VSL Hong Kong. In 1997, he was appointed Senior Vice President of VSL International, with responsibility for the whole of Asia, Central Europe and the Middle East. In January 2000 he was appointed CEO of VSL International and Intrafor in 2001. Mr Trin was named Chairman and CEO of VSL International and Chairman and CEO of DTP Terrassement in March 2004. In novembre 2009, he has been appointed Chairman and CEO of Bouygues Energies & Services.

 

Philippe Dalle Nogare

Philippe Dalle Nogare

Executive Vice-President, Information Systems

Born in 1957, Philippe Dalle Nogare holds a post-graduate diploma in data processing from the University of Paris VI Jussieu. Between 1982 and 1993, he worked for a number of companies in industry and the banking sector. He joined the Bouygues Group in 1993 as Organisation and IT manager for CIE (a subsidiary of the Saur group in Côte d'Ivoire). In 1998, he was appointed  Group information systems manager at Bouygues Construction. In this capacity, he was responsible for Structis, the Group's IT entity.
He has been Executive Vice President, Information Systems since September 2008.
 

Franck Le Guillou

Director of Purchasing

Born in 1967 and a graduate of the ESC Bordeaux (Masters in Industrial Purchasing Management), Franck Le Guillou began his career with the Danone Group and the Roullier Group, before joining the Saur Group in 2000. In 2010, he joined Bouygues Construction Purchasing, assuming responsibility for Bouygues Energies & Services activities and the Concessions division, before becoming Director of Purchasing at Bouygues Construction in 2012.
 

Damien Rebourg 

Corporate Communications Director

Aged 41, Damien Rebourg holds a postgraduate diploma in Political Communication from the Politics Department of the University of Paris I-Sorbonne. He began his career with a communications agency, before joining the Siemens group in 1999. After working in press relations for the Transportation Systems division of Siemens France, Damien was appointed Communications Manager for the Energy and Industry sectors in 2003, and Head of Communications and Corporate Relations of Siemens France in 2007.
Two years later, he extended his responsibilities to the South-West Europe region, firstly for the Energy sector, and then in 2011 for the Infrastructure and Cities sector. He was appointed Head of Corporate Communications South-West Europe for Siemens in 2013.
Damien Rebourg is Corporate Communications Director of Bouygues Construction since February 2014.  
 

Philippe Van de Maele 

Director of Innovation and Sustainable Construction

Aged 51, Philippe Van de Maele  is a graduate of both the École Polytechnique and the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées. He began his career in several departmental highways and public works authorities and  then held positions in the Ministries of Public Works, Overseas Territories and Urban Affairs. In 1998, he moved to Washington to join the Inter-American Development Bank as manager for urban projects and infrastructures.
In 2004 he set up the ANRU (the French National Agency for Urban Renewal), serving as its Chief Executive until 2008. In 2009, he was appointed Chairman and Chief Executive of the French Agency for the Environment and Energy Management (ADEME). Since April 2012, he has been Chairman of the Executive Board of the UESL, an organisation concerned with housing subsidies paid by companies to employees.
 
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