Bouygues Construction commits to professional integration
With over one million hours of professional integration a year, Bouygues Construction is actively involved in the local economy and is making a positive contribution to the development of the regions in which the Group is located. He sets out its commitment under three main initiatives.
Font Pré
ELAN, a Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France subsidiary, and Bouygues Immobilier were awarded the BiodiverCity® label, with “A” ratings in three out of the four possible areas for the new eco-neighbourhood in Font-Pré, Toulon. The property development operation is the first eco-neighbourhood to have reached such an exceptional level in the consideration given to biodiversity. As a founding member of the IBPC, Bouygues Construction supported the creation of the BiodiverCity® label, the first international label for the consideration given to biodiversity in property-development construction and renovation projects.
Railway of Bangkok
The long-standing presence of VSL – a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction – in Thailand and a perfect understanding of the local market contribute in making Bouygues Construction firmly anchored in Bangkok. The company has been involved in the development of the city’s public transport network, a major project in this high-potential area. As with the participation in the construction of skyscrapers such as The River and Mahanakhon, VSL knows how to apply its expertise across a range of building projects.
Marignane Development Centre - Bouygues Construction
On 8 March 2016, the “Marignane Development Centre” was unveiled in Marignane in the Bouches-du-Rhône department. This brand new, cutting-edge engineering centre was delivered by Bouygues Bâtiment Sud-Est, for whom construction took only 18 months as planned. The ultra-modern building designed by L'Atelier d'Architecture Michel Rémon will encourage cross-disciplinary interaction between all stakeholders in the Airbus Helicopters development process.
reinventing cities-WWF-Bouygues-Construction
At the end of November 2015 before the launch of COP21, Bouygues Construction and the WWF organised a symposium in Paris called reinventing cities. The event brought together nearly 300 participants, associations, companies, and local authorities for fruitful discussions and showed that it is possible to think, build and live differently in cities by starting work on a neighbourhood level and also activating the key drivers of governance, civic engagement and innovation. Rediscover the entire event including plenaries and round tables.
NOVARKA, a 50/50 joint venture formed by Vinci Construction Grands Projets (leader) and Bouygues Travaux Publics, is currently building a new safe confinement over the Unit 4 reactor at Chernobyl, which exploded on 26 April 1986.


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