It’s exactly 20 years since what was then the world’s largest cable-stayed bridge was inaugurated in Normandy, in north-western France. It had a total length of 2,141 metres and a span of 856 metres, crossing the River Seine at a height of over 50 metres. This technological feat owed much to Bouygues Construction.
For our employees, the completion of a project is not always the end of the story. After having worked on the site for several years and supervising the works, they are happy to go back to the places they helped to build. Find out more about these employees who have become users of the facilities they helped to build.
On 25 November 2014, Bouygues Construction Purchasing, the Purchasing network of Bouygues Construction, played host to almost 500 people at its Challenger head office, including more than 300 representatives from among its main suppliers, as an opportunity to discuss the key issues that the Group faces for the future, to further strengthen their partnerships and together shape a better life.
On 6 and 7 October 2014, Bouygues Construction welcomed more than 400 customers and partners to its first Innovation Campus organised at Challenger in the spirit of collaborative innovation. More than forty-five innovations were on show, making this very promising first edition the perfect showcase for the huge range of innovations from Bouygues Construction and our partners concerning this strategic topic.
Bouygues Construction wants to make 2014 synonymous with innovation. After taking an active part in the Solar Decathlon Europe and publishing a brochure dedicated to BIM, the Group is launching a large-scale event in the heart of Challenger, its head office complex: a “Campus Innovation”, entirely devoted to its R&D projects and its most innovative partnerships.
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