Bouygues Bâtiment International

An operator for major projects, Bouygues Bâtiment International is present in every continent. Its greatest strengths are its capacity for technical and commercial innovation, its optimised risk management and its acknowledged leadership in sustainable construction.

  • Sports Hub
    Singapore's Sports Hub, the only complex of its kind in the world: 35 hectares for sport and leisure.
  • Royal Mansour
    In downtown Marrakech, the Royal Mansour is a luxurious hotel complex made up of 53 riads.
  • QP District
    9 office towers rise from the ground in the QP District complex in downtown Doha.
  • Cerny Most
    The newly enlarged and completely renovated Cerny Most shopping centre in Prague opened in 2013.
  • Bata's stadium extension
    The extension project for Bata stadium in Equatorial Guinea increased its capacity to 35,000 seats.
  • Cruise Terminal Building
    Hong Kong's Kai Tak: one of the world's most modern and efficient cruise line terminals.
  • Hôtel Paradisus Princesa del mar a Varadero
    Along the coast in Varadero, the Paradisus Princesa del Mar hotel offers a 5 star welcome.
  • Hôpital Jim Pattison
    The Jim Pattisson Outpatient Care and Surgery Center, the number 1 day hospital in British Columbia.
  • The Met in Bangkok
    The Met, a luxury residential complex in Bangkok, is made up of 3 towers, each one 230 metres high.

What do the Bata stadium in Equatorial Guinea, the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Ekaterinburg, Russia, and the Asia World-Expo convention centre in Hong Kong have in common? Bouygues Bâtiment International has created social amenities in many parts of the world and for many cultures. With a particularly agile structure, the subsidiary seizes commercial opportunities wherever it operates, whether in mature markets or in countries that are rising economic powers. The company’s teams have recently gained footholds in new countries including Croatia, Myanmar, the United States, Peru and Brazil.

Developing skills

Training is at the heart of Bouygues Bâtiment International’s HR policy, with an aim of keeping pace with advances made by markets and customers by emphasising technical training and the sharing of experience. With this in mind, the entity has set up a facility in Asia for training and professional development, the Confucius Training Centre, which is available for local personnel and expatriates. Safety training is also provided for personnel of Bouygues Bâtiment International at all levels and for subcontractors.

Success in Diversity

Bouygues Bâtiment International has believed in diversity for over forty years. All of its HR policies, management, and decisions are based on a reasoned, objective and shared evaluation. This approach can already be seen in the entity’s day-to-day actions, particularly in the move towards a better gender balance in its teams, recognising the value of older people, proactively integrating people with disabilities, and open and multicultural recruitment. If you have a question or would like to inform us of an issue regarding diversity, equal opportunities or discrimination, please write to us here.

 

Discover our last iconic projects
Sports Hub

Sports Hub,

Singapore

35 hectares devoted to sport and leisure

Key figures
€2,799
million of sales in 2015
16,650
employees