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Tuesday February 23rd, 2016

Let’s make your projects come alive together

We always need people who dream, imagine and conceive tomorrow’s city. If you can imagine it, at Bouygues Construction, we can build it, anywhere in the world. With one ambition: shaping a better in the regions where we operate, for our clients, our partners and the users of our buildings and structures. Find out about our […]

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