Bouygues Entreprises France-Europe

A leader in
Western Europe

Working in conjunction with the Linkcity network, which specialises in property development, the regional subsidiaries of Bouygues Entreprises France-Europe handles projects from A to Z: finance, design and construction.

  • Stade Vélodrome football stadium, Marseille, France @DR
  • Greencity eco-neighbourhood, Bâle, Suisse @DR
  • Reims Tramway, France @DR
  • University of Bordeaux, France @DR
  • The Saint-Antoine district in Cap d’Ail, France @V. Paul
  • The Amiens-Picardie University Hospital, France @Balloïde Photos
  • Rolex Learning Center, Lausanne, Switzerland @Y. Chanoit

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9 locally established subsidiaries

Operating in continental Western Europe, Bouygues Entreprises France-Europe consists of nine locally established subsidiaries:

•    Bouygues Bâtiment Nord-Est (northern and eastern France)
•    Bouygues Bâtiment Sud-Est (south-eastern France)
•    Bouygues Bâtiment Centre Sud-Ouest (central and south-western France)
•    Bouygues Bâtiment Grand Ouest (western France)  
•    Bouygues Bâtiment Outre-Mer (French Antilles and French Guiana) 
•    Bouygues Belgium (Belgium)
•    Losinger-Marazzi  (Switzerland)
•    Richelmi  (Monaco)
•    Acieroid  (Spain)

 

The Amiens-Picardie teaching hospital, the Skycity property complex in Nantes, the Rolex Learning Centre at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne  and the refurbishment of the Garnier Opera House in Monaco are just a small selection of the magnificent projects that Bouygues Entreprises France-Europe subsidiaries have carried out for both public- and private-sector customers.

Working in close proximity to their customers, they benefit from a strong policy of synergy: pooling of material resources, common purchasing structure and training centre, and networks of competence specialising in healthcare, universities, prisons, etc.).

Putting safety first!

For Bouygues Entreprises France-Europe, the top priority is improving safety on construction sites by getting people to change their behaviour and attitudes. To achieve results in this area, the entity has defined a new set of extremely demanding safety standards, more stringent than those in general use in the industry. It has introduced a “building permit” for site workers, awarded after a week-long training course on site safety. Foremen are also given specific training on safety.