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Innovative solutions

Recreating ecosystems in the Parc Zoologique de Paris, monitoring developments with an “eco-friendly” mindset, constructing the tallest building in France, creating connected habitats: for each project, Bouygues Construction develops innovative solutions. By using technology, especially digital models and BIM (Building Information Modeling), we are rising to innovative challenges that are important to us. We are doing everything we can so that our building techniques take energy saving issues into account and are in line with our philosophy of building a better life.

Experiencing smart cities

Whether you call it a smart city, a connected city or, even better, a smart region, digitalisation is primarily all about improving and offering new services to citizens and then to the persons behind local policies in order to allow them to run the city more effectively.

Living labs are good for your health!

Do-it-yourself projects are good for your health. Specifically, they can help improve the lives of patients. That is how living labs can help the medical field. These are “third places” dedicated to innovation. Their methodology brings together ordinary citizens, public and private actors, aiming to test services, tools, and new uses in real life.

3D printing, a technology to serve humans and human art

With the aim of reducing occupational health risks on work sites, improving productivity and producing complex items, 3D printing, while still in its experimental stage, is taking the building sector into an industrialisation process that will result in some exceptional achievements. Technology to serve US, not vice-versa.

A new Health & Prevention space

Take advantage of the Smart City Congress in Barcelona and discover the solutions offered by Linkcity, real estate subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, for a city that is smarter and more efficient with regard to health.

Renovation of the Carnavalet museum – History of Paris: one of the greatest cultural construction sites of Paris

This is the oldest museum in Paris, and also the biggest culturally significant construction project currently under way. The Carnavalet museum – History of Paris will reopen in late 2019-early 2020 after major renovations, some of which are being performed by Ouvrages Publics (Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France, a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction). Worksite visit.

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