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
Tuesday June 14th, 2016
Athleticism and its values are very important within Bouygues Construction. This deep commitment of the company drives top athletes to juggle work life and sport. Discover the portraits of those employees whose tenacity deserves our respect. First interview with Guillaume Delmas, buyer and international rugby player in the Slovenian team. What spurred your passion for rugby […]
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Our series on Bouygues Construction employees who are also high-level athletes continues. This week, read about Ludivine, champion of Qwan Ki Do. You can also watch her practising her discipline. Find out the previous portrait of Guillaume. 0
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 […]
Cast in situ, precast twin walls, precast slabs, modular construction, 3D printing... how do you choose? This, in essence, is the research project being carried out by Emna Attouri, a PhD student participating in the Chaire Construction 4.0 research
Although construction remains a predominantly male environment, the mind-set is changing and endeavours to promote gender equality are increasing.
The 19th, 20th and 21st of October are the days of architecture. For the occasion, Pierrick Beillevaire, founder of the architectural firm In Situ, shares with us his vision of architectural writing combined with the comfort of use. Winner of the Design, Build, Operate, Operate and Maintain (CREM) competition for the rehabilitation of the Tertre building at the University of Nantes, these choices have made it possible to make this campus an open space overlooking the city and a comfortable environment for a student life conducive to work.
A photography exhibition of works by young photographers at the Fondation Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé.
The second edition of the Global Mobility Forum kept its promises on 6 and 7 December. Nearly 500 appointments and contacts were produced during these two days, with nearly 800 vacancies in the Group worldwide. Replay.