Our series on Bouygues Construction employees who are also high-level athletes continues. This week, read about Delphine, target shooting champion and Olympic medalist in London in 2012. Find out the previous portraits of Guillaume, Ludivine and Thomas. 0
Temporary urbanism is transforming cities
3 questions to Thomas Danel, a PhD student at Chaire Construction 4.0
Monday May 27th, 2019
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Creating new spaces and experimental urban projects – whether they’re cultural, social or economic – revitalising spaces before their conversion for future use, making use of empty buildings, creating a dynamic in which members of the community can get involved, encouraging them to take part and to contribute to the creation of an area’s identity etc. A look at temporary urbanism-–building cities differently so that they can adapt to fit the changing needs of their inhabitants.
Are you more in the mood for swimming pools or beaches? This summer, don’t miss the chance to swim outdoors! Bouygues Construction would like to introduce you to a selection of aquatic works. Splash!
Alain Hurel and Thomas Devallez, the HR managers of the sea extension project in the port of Calais, share their experience with their joint job insertion efforts in the context of this construction site.
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.
Constructing the buildings of tomorrow with respect for the past — this is the ambition for the sponsorship agreement signed between Bouygues Travaux Publics and INRAP for a three-year period. A symbol of the relationship of trust created between both partners, this agreement underlines Bouygues Travaux Publics’ long-term commitment to supporting scientific culture and heritage […]
Health and safety is more of a priority than ever at Bouygues Construction, and effective safety measures are becoming even more important across all our construction sites. In light of this development, Bouygues Construction University has launched a training programme for team leaders.
Twenty years ago, the stands of the Stade de France buzzed with the first chants of football supporters during the 1998 World Cup. As the 2018 World Cup gets underway in Russia, let's take a look back at the construction of this legendary stadium with a few pictures.
Interview with Alexia Fakiri, Internal Control Manager at Bouygues Construction.