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Floatgen
Port of Saint-nazaire - France
1st floating wind turbine built in France

Floatgen is the first 100% European floating wind turbine, built and assembled in the port of Saint-Nazaire. Powerful of 2 MW, once the wind turbine starts working, it will produce the equivalent of the annual power consumption of 5,000 people.

This innovation in the renewable energy field is the result of cutting-edge work by Bouygues Travaux Publics and seven other European partners.

The major innovation is the floating foundation built to hold the wind turbine. The Bouygues Construction subsidiary developed a light, self-compacting concrete formula to reduce the weight of the structure as much as possible. This know-how confirms its expertise in terms of building port and maritime infrastructure.

Floatgen is the first 100% European floating wind turbine, built and assembled in the port of Saint-Nazaire....

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Monaco offshore extension
Monaco - France
6 Ha expanding into the sea

As part of the Monaco offshore extension project, Bouygues Travaux Publics is building maritime infrastructure as the first step of the six-hectare expansion of the city into the sea. This maritime infrastructure consists of a fill enclosed by a band of 18 trapezoid reinforced concrete caissons and will serve as base for construction of the new eco-neighbourhood in Monaco.

The caisson precasting area is located in Marseille-Fos, the large French seaport and consists of a 10,000 sq.m area working space at the dock, which will be used primarily for preparing the reinforcements and assembling formwork for the caissons. It also includes a 32,000 sq.m area of water, where three times the size of a football field, where a floating dock will be positioned. This 56-metre-long, 50- metre-wide and 27-meter-tall floating dock will make it possible to prefabricate the 18 caissons, a first in France. 

As part of the Monaco offshore extension project, Bouygues...

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Hôtel de Crillon
Paris - France
14 000 m² renovation

For the first time since its inauguration in 1909, Hôtel de Crillon got a second wind thanks to Bouygues Bâtiment Ile de France. This large-scale project aimed to fully renovate the luxurious 14,000 sq. m building, a surface area equivalent of the Stade de France playground. 

Bouygues Construction’s know-how enabled the emblematic palace of Place de la Concorde in Paris to benefit from a new decoration scheme, bigger rooms, new restaurants and a basement dedicated to well-being featuring a spa and pool. And all of this to improve the clients’ comfort. 

For the first time since its inauguration in 1909, Hôtel de Crillon got a second wind thanks to...

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Epicéa
Issy-Les-Moulineaux - France
1st residential building made entirely of wood

The Epicéa project is a major first for Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France. In Issy-les-Moulineaux, the Bouygues Construction subsidiary has designed a 100% wooden residential project that covers an area of 1,550 square metres. In addition to the structure itself, Epicéa is one of the first French projects with the BBCA (Association pour le développement du Bâtiment Bas Carbone) label for low carbon footprint buildings.

This new generation of housing includes 23 residential units over 3 storeys, private terraces and small gardens on the ground floor, and a basement with 23 parking spaces.

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Gran Hotel Manzana
La havane - Cuba
33,662 m² of elegance

The Gran Hotel Manzana project (Cuba) consisted of the transformation of a building in the historic centre of Havana into a 5* hotel. The reconversion of this heritage building was based on 3 principles: the restoration of the façade to exactly how it was, the renovation of the shopping gallery on the ground floor and the creation of an interior patio.

The Gran Hotel Manzana has 246 rooms, 50 of which are suites, 4 bars, 2 restaurants and an infinity edge pool on the roof. The handover of this emblematic project took place in April 2017.

The Gran Hotel Manzana project (Cuba) consisted of the transformation of a building in the historic centre of Havana...

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Franjo Tudjman airport
zagreb - Croatie
3,5 million passengers per year

Bouygues Bâtiment International completed the Design & Build part of the new Zagreb airport project, the inauguration of which took place in March 2017. The company is also a shareholder in the concession company MZLZ, to which the Croatian state has entrusted the operation of the airport for a period of 30 years.

Over the works period of 36 months, from 2013 to 2016, 66,000 m² of space was created, to which 100,000 m² of taxiways, 8 contact boarding gates, 30 checking-in desks and 1,195 parking spaces were added, with a capacity that will be able to reach 8 million passengers per year.

Bouygues Bâtiment International completed the Design & Build part of the new Zagreb airport project, the...

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Ridge Hospital
accra - Ghana
1st LEED certified hospital project in Africa

Ridge Hospital in Accra (Ghana) is a regional healthcare hub consisting of some 30,000 m² over 5 levels. Handed over on a turnkey basis, it consists of a new building with 420 beds, a building with 42 apartments and a training centre for anaesthetists. Bouygues Bâtiment International dealt with the financing arrangements, the design, the construction, the supply and fitting of the furnishings and medical equipment, in addition to training in the use of this equipment and its maintenance for 3 years.

This ambitious and complex project, led by the Bouygues Bâtiment International teams from 2014 to 2017, has received LEED® Healthcare certification, notably by using solar energy for the electricity supply. A first on the African continent.

Ridge Hospital in Accra (Ghana) is a regional healthcare hub consisting of some 30,000 m² over 5 levels. Handed over...

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The Channel Tunnel
Calais - France
12,000 engineers, technicians, and workers involved

Bouygues Construction played a key part in boring the tunnels from the French side of the Channel Tunnel. Located between France and Great Britain, the Channel Tunnel provides a completely underground 50-kilometre link between the two countries, 37 kilometres of which is under the sea. It was bored at a maximum depth of 40 m below sea level. The cross-channel connection consists of two 7.60 m-diameter single-track tunnels (one in each direction) and a central service tunnel (4.80 m in diameter) for maintenance, ventilation and safety. Both underground routes were designed to allow trains to transfer from one tunnel to the other. At the time, the Channel Tunnel was the longest undersea tunnel to be built using TBMs.

Bouygues Construction played a key part in boring the tunnels from the French side of the Channel Tunnel. Located...

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Royal Monceau Hotel
Paris - France
14,000 m² luxury hotel

The Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France subsidiary of Bouygues Construction renovated the famous Royal Monceau luxury hotel in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. Didier Poignant was the architect involved in the project, alongside designer Philippe Starck. The works not only gave the hotel a new look, but also a new positioning on the market.

The Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France subsidiary of Bouygues Construction renovated the famous Royal Monceau luxury...

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The Le Monde headquarters
Paris - France
11 floors of office space

The Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France subsidiary of Bouygues Construction provided restructuring and all-trade services for the Le Monde newspaper headquarters construction project. Notable features in the 11-storey building include a 140-seat auditorium, a restaurant, a cafeteria, chill-out zones, and a car park. Screen printed glass displaying the front page of the newspaper is used to double coat the building’s façade.

The Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France subsidiary of Bouygues Construction provided restructuring and all-trade...

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  • France - 1st floating wind turbine built in France
  • France - 6 Ha expanding into the sea
  • France - 14 000 m² renovation
  • France - 1st residential building made entirely of wood
  • Cuba - 33,662 m² of elegance
  • Croatie - 3,5 million passengers per year
  • Ghana - 1st LEED certified hospital project in Africa
  • France - 12,000 engineers, technicians, and workers involved
  • France - 14,000 m² luxury hotel

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