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Visite des chantiers de la tour Casablanca Finance City et du Ryad Al Andalous, ainsi que le siège de l'entité Bouygues Construction au MarocWomen students on the top of the construction sites for the Casablanca Finance City tower, the Ryad Al Andalous, and the company's headquarters.
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Monday March 26th, 2018

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Students are taking our sites by storm

Bouygues Construction and Welink responded to the Elles Bougent (Girls on the Move) initiative by taking part in the second Girls on the Move Week. From Hong Kong to Cuba, 80 young women were welcomed by 60 women employees to seven of our sites throughout the world. See the images here.

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”Les Faubourgs d’Anfa”, a great breakthrough into the Moroccan property market

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