Training elite coding and digital technology students from all over the world: that is the purpose of the premier European digital campus that Bouygues Bâtiment Sud-Est will build for the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes Region in partnership with architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte.
Ikea is developing SolarVille, a solar Smart City project
Reuse – the fourth pillar of the circular economy
Monday July 1st, 2019
Interview of the month : Geoffrey Tkaczuk
Geoffrey Tkaczuk, Works Supervisor with Brézillon, is leading the Echarde rehabilitation project in Compiègne and tells us about his positive experience alongside the site occupants
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