The "Les Faubourgs d’Anfa" real-estate programme in Casablanca, designed and delivered by BYMARO (Bouygues Bâtiment International's Moroccan subsidiary), will be handed over this summer. This project, which is part of our plan to develop our long-term entities, helps the Group position itself as a key player on the major urban projects market.
Thursday March 1st, 2018
Our construction sites are adjusting to the extreme cold
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.
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