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Tuesday December 6th, 2016

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Clearing and recovering spoil on our construction sites

Rising to the environmental challenge posed by construction-site spoil, we have sought to offer a reliable, safe solution for optimising resources.

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    On April 26, 1986 the Chernobyl accident happened. Bouygues Travaux Publics, within the Novarka consortium led by VINCI Construction Grands Projets, realised in November 2016 the sliding operation of the confinement shelter over 327 metres. Relive in video the installation of the metal structure that will guarantee the safety for the next 100 years. Find out more information about […]

  • Bordeaux Métropole Arena kick-off!

    This long-awaited project is launched. Construction works are underway on the banks of the Garonne for a large theatre that will host more than 100 events a year as well as international stars. Bouygues Bâtiment Centre Sud-Ouest is carrying out Bordeaux Métropole Arena construction, a complex designed by the Rudy Ricciotti agency. Located on the […]

  • COP22: inventing the world of tomorrow!

    Since 7 November, the 22nd Conference of the Parties (COP22) has been taking place in Marrakesh. The objective of this 2-week conference is to continue and to intensify the fight against climate change. Outside of the summit that brings together diplomats and heads of state from the entire world, the Bouygues Group, through its subsidiaries Bouygues Construction, Bouygues Immobilier, and Colas, is presenting its sustainable construction innovations.

  • Ikea is developing SolarVille, a solar Smart City project

    And what if IKEA were set to sell us not flat-packed furniture but pre-packed Smart City kits? This is just what the Swedish giant seems to be working on, if its latest announcement is anything to go by. Named SolarVille, the project designed by Space10, its in-house innovation lab, can power a community with solar energy by way of a smart microgrid using blockchain technology.

  • Temporary urbanism is transforming cities

    Creating new spaces and experimental urban projects – whether they’re cultural, social or economic – revitalising spaces before their conversion for future use, making use of empty buildings, creating a dynamic in which members of the community can get involved, encouraging them to take part and to contribute to the creation of an area’s identity etc. A look at temporary urbanism-–building cities differently so that they can adapt to fit the changing needs of their inhabitants.

  • Mobility, a reality at Bouygues Construction!

    On 6 and 7 December, Bouygues Construction is organising the second edition of its mobility-focused Global Mobility forum. Interview with Jean-Manuel Soussan, Human ResourcesDirector, on mobility policy and the opportunities of this meeting for the company.

  • Airport in the land of the Inuit

    In the Great Canadian North, in the heart of the deserted province of Nunavut, the Arctic Infrastructure Partners consortium, led by Bouygues Building Canada, is carrying out the extension of the Iqaluit airport. An atypical project which comprises in particular the design and construction of a new terminal, and the renovation of the current runways, all this on […]