For the past few months, our site workers haven’t been the only ones working on the L2 project. Graffiti artists have been expressing their creativity on freshly dried concrete, painting large frescoes on the structures of the future bypass. Art is being created behind the walls for the benefit of all in Marseille. Currently under […]
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The choice of location in Saint-Ouen's Docks district is no accident: the Fabrique du métro is located at the heart of an area which plays an emblematic role in the current Grand Paris development.
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.
Intrapreneurship is a way of developing an innovative project without leaving your company. How does it work? What do you need to know before you start? Nicolas Courtois and Nicolas Dubreil, intrapreneurs from NewValue, seasons 1 and 2, told us about their recent experience in the matter.
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.
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.
Although construction remains a predominantly male environment, the mind-set is changing and endeavours to promote gender equality are increasing.
Bouygues Construction and all our 50,000 employees wish you a happy and healthy 2018!
We interviewed 1,000 young people about their housing. Their answers were very enlightening!