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Women are on the move in Building and Civil Works!
Although construction remains a predominantly male environment, the mind-set is changing and endeavours to promote gender equality are increasing.
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The Matching Up Challenge is back! This call for innovative projects ‘matches’ start-ups with Group employees. What's it like working with a start-up? Yolaine Perrot, Lean Management Director at Bouygues Construction and Xavier Motsch, the founder of LeanCo, tell us all about it.
Our series on Bouygues Construction employees who are also high-level athletes continues. This week, read about Thomas, sand yachting champion. Find out the previous portraits of Guillaume and Ludivine.
This is THE major international innovation event that cannot be missed: VivaTech is back for a 3rd edition, from 24 to 26 May. Surrounded by partner start-ups, Bouygues Construction will be there to present its innovative technologies and services for well-being on and around its construction sites.
Having carried out the design and construction of phases 1A, 1B and 2A of the Istrie motorway between 1997 and 2011, Bouygues Travaux Publics, an affiliate of Bouygues Construction, was selected to deliver phase 2B1 of the project, including the widening of the lanes to a 2x2 format in the toll road section between Rogovići in the west of the peninsula and Vranja in the east. This represents a further opportunity for the Group to participate in the region’s transformation and boost its economic momentum.
This is an entirely new approach to construction, a more ethical and sustainable one. It involves predicting changes in usage, and the reversibility of a building after construction The aim is to be able to change the building's purpose easily to accompany changes in lifestyle and in the regions themselves.
Now more than ever, Bouygues Construction uses shared innovation to keep making its construction sites safer and more efficient.
Whether reimagining the tripod shape to move proudly towards the traditional shape of the closed island, stepping back from the street , using curves to provide a maximum of natural light or working with materials to create pleasant, social spaces, the research and design work done here at Be Issy by the architects from PCA Stream is intended to improve the lives of the occupants.
Eighteen months ago, Hublo replaced paper-based notices with interactive touchscreens. After the first few trials proved to be a success, the project was expanded. Read on to learn about the roll-out process and the latest developments.