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.
vehicle charging stations Alize
The Bouygues Construction Group subsidiary has been chosen to install almost 900 electric vehicle charging stations in the large Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées region. This 4-year contract is one of the biggest signed in France, demonstrating the relevance of the Alizé® sustainable mobility offer, which has already been deployed in nearly 500 municipalities.
On 21 January 2015 in Libreville, Axione and Bouygues Energies & Services formalised the creation of Axione Gabon. Thanks to this new subsidiary, the public service concession contract signed in March 2015 will be performed to operate the fibre optics networks for seven years both technically and commercially, and provide maintenance of the Gabonese state-owned fibre optics infrastructures. The end goal is to make Gabon's international communications and internet connection secure, and give greater dynamism to the country's broadband internet development for its businesses and local communities.
Sir John Monash Centre
In north of France, the Australian government has entrusted Bouygues Bâtiment Grand Ouest with the task of extending the Australian War Memorial at Villers-Bretonneux and building an interpretative centre in memory of the veterans of the First World War. The ceremonial laying of the foundation stone was performed on 18 January by Hon Stuart Robert MP, the Australian Minister for Veterans' Affairs, alongside his French counterpart and the mayors of Villers-Bretonneux and Fouilloy.
Eco-neighbourhood XXL - Marseille - Linkcity
In November 2015, l’Etablissement Public Euroméditerranée chose the Marseille Makers consortium piloted by Linkcity and Bouygues Immobilier to create the XXL eco-neighbourhood. The project is unprecedented for both its selection process and its ambition for sustainable development and quality of life for future users.
Serendicty developed by Linkcity at Paris-Saclay
At the Paris-Saclay campus, Linkcity is developing the biggest student housing project currently under way in France. The project: to construct 8 buildings (900 units total) to house 1,082 students. The project was developed in a record-breaking nine months. It is already in the construction phase. The goal: to be ready to house students for the start of the 2017 school year!


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