Martin Sénéchal, urban ecologist and landscape architect at Elan
Seniors and housing: a model in need of reinvention
Work has got underway on Floatgen, the France’s first offshore wind turbine!
Tuesday July 26th, 2016
The AccorHotels Arena as seen by its users
The new Bercy, renamed AccorHotels Arena at the end of 2015, has completely changed after renovations by Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France – Ouvrages Publics and Bouygues Energies & Services. Find out how we redefined this landmark building to better live together. The AccorHotels Arena has been open to the public for over six months, following its inauguration […]
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A facility that can evolve to suit its users: this is Bouygues Construction’s design goal for the 2024 Aquatics Centre. This location will provide the best swimming conditions for sportsmen and sportswomen during the Games and other high level competitions, but will also adapt to the sporting needs of local inhabitants.
Not all cities are equal in the face of climate change. Some have published and committed to resilience strategies. Others are slow to take action ... or simply give up entirely.
Simon Brouck, property development project manager at Linkcity Île-de-France, tells us about the Eole Evangile triangle project “IF”, a fertile island in Paris.
For each project we are awarded, our policy is to offer our clients buildings that are exemplary in terms of environmental performance. It is in this spirit that Bouygues Bâtiment International and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) signed a partnership agreement aimed at deploying EDGE environmental certification across all Bouygues Bâtiment International-led projects for which […]
Stéphanie Barrault, head of the Circular Design Experience project: applying all of the circular-economy principles to the construction sector
In France, the construction sector generates more than 40 million tonnes of waste every year and consumes large quantities of resources to meet the needs of renovation and new construction. A situation that contributes to threatening certain resources with scarcity, or even shortage, in the medium to long term. For example, this is the case with sand, of which the sector is a large consumer.
A positive health region is an attractive region that makes living together and growing old more enjoyable. Real estate developers play a key role in creating them! Provided that they seize the right opportunities!
2nd edition of “Observatoire des usages et représentations des territoires” in which Bouygues Construction is a partner