We interviewed 1,000 young people about their housing. Their answers were very enlightening!
Tuesday November 8th, 2016
Last episode of pilot’s life mini-séries
“Keep your eyes open, listen and feel” In the last episode in the Bouygues Travaux Publics’ “A pilot’s life” mini-series, immerse yourself with Fabrice, 47, a TBM manager on Tuen Mun-Chek Lap Kok Link project in Hong Kong. With innovation and respect for the environment central to the project, the extraordinary tunnel was dug out by […]
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