In Piolenc, in the French department of Vaucluse, 47,000 photovoltaic panels will soon cover 17 hectares... of water!
The historic thread-spinning neighbourhood aiming to weave a fabric of society
Bouygues Construction is stepping up investments in wood, a material of the future
Wednesday April 4th, 2018
(Français) À Marseille, le centre commercial du Prado ouvre ses portes
(Français) Une belle aventure s’est terminée mercredi 28 mars pour les équipes de Linkcity et de Bouygues Bâtiment Sud-Est avec l’inauguration du centre commercial du Prado à Marseille. Jeudi matin, les marseillais ont foulé ses allées, fiers de découvrir un bâtiment au caractère architectural hors-normes.
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The idea of reusing materials resulting from renovation or demolition work is gaining momentum. It has to be said that it is very attractive since by reviving this age-old practice, there is indeed much to be gained - new means of recycling, low-cost materials, improved carbon footprint during activities, etc... The list is long. All that remains is to remove any barriers.
The Floatgen project, the largest offshore wind turbine in France on which construction is soon due to be completed in the port of Saint-Nazaire, has won the Usine Nouvelle 2017 Renewable Energies Trophy for Energy Transition at the ceremony organised on Tuesday 16 May in the presence of Jean Jouzel, climatologist and former vice-president of GIEC.
Inaugurated on 20 January in the presence of Minister of Housing and Sustainable Homes Emmanuelle Cosse, the eco-village Hameau des Noés in Val-de-Reuil can be considered a laboratory of sorts, where new ways of life will be concocted.
Challenger, which was built in 1988 to house all Bouygues’ business activities, has been the window onto the Group’s know-how for 30 years. Between 1988 and 2018, the headquarters have transformed, mirroring the change in the company. Here is a picture review of thirty years of constant progress.
2nd edition of “Observatoire des usages et représentations des territoires” in which Bouygues Construction is a partner
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.
Tucked into the heart of the Lille metropolitan area, an extraordinary neighbourhood is taking shape. It’s a neighbourhood focused on its future inhabitants while honouring its past. Let’s explore this project built by Bouygues Bâtiment Nord Est, a company of Bouygues Construction.