Bouygues Construction and all our 50,000 employees wish you a happy and healthy 2018!
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3 questions for Andry Zaïd Rabenantoandro, a PhD student at Chaire Construction 4.0
Thursday November 28th, 2019
3 questions to Emna Attouri, PhD student at Chaire Construction 4.0
Cast in situ, precast twin walls, precast slabs, modular construction, 3D printing… how do you choose? This, in essence, is the research project being carried out by Emna Attouri, a PhD student participating in the Chaire Construction 4.0 research
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On 6 December, this film created by Bouygues Bâtiment International was given an award as part of the “Trophées de la Diversité®” awards, which looks to reward companies incorporating diversity into their growth, their HR issues and their managerial activities.
Intrapreneurial strategies, which consist of giving time to employees who have an idea for developing an innovative, end-to-end project with help, are now growing and winning over more and more companies.
Philippe Bonnave, Bouygues Construction CEO, signed an operational reserve policy support agreement on 10th November, alongside Florence Parly, Armed Forces Minister. This agreement will allow reservist employees to be more responsible and committed than ever.
Interview with Alexia Fakiri, Internal Control Manager at Bouygues Construction.
The days have been getting longer over the last few weeks in France, but temperatures remain stubbornly low. In these conditions, working outside can be difficult. The cold creates health and safety risks at construction sites. Now, more than ever, prevention and vigilance are essential.
The 19th, 20th and 21st of October are the days of architecture. For the occasion, Pierrick Beillevaire, founder of the architectural firm In Situ, shares with us his vision of architectural writing combined with the comfort of use. Winner of the Design, Build, Operate, Operate and Maintain (CREM) competition for the rehabilitation of the Tertre building at the University of Nantes, these choices have made it possible to make this campus an open space overlooking the city and a comfortable environment for a student life conducive to work.
We interviewed 1,000 young people about their housing. Their answers were very enlightening!
Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France received the Operational Excellence Award for large companies at the Cérémonie des Prix Nationaux de la Qualité et de l’Excellence Opérationnelle (national awards ceremony for quality and operational excellence) on 29 January 2018. This award recognises the company's commitment to its employees and customer-centred performance.