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Tuesday June 14th, 2016

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Sportsmen speak

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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