ABC came from Bouygues Construction Research and Development, in partnership with Valode & Pistre architects. It aims to promote self-sufficiency in water and energy, and seeks to optimise waste disposal. We met with Denis Valode, co-founder of Valode & Pistre architects.
Worksites made more sustainable with recycled concrete
Sustainable buildings all over the world
Friday April 8th, 2016
Linkcity projects highlighted at MIPIM
As has become tradition, Bouygues Construction attended the 27th MIPIM event, the world’s largest international real estate event for property professionals, which takes place every year in Cannes, France. This was the perfect opportunity for the Group to present its expertise in property development via Linkcity, and to present its trailblazing neighbourhood planning projects. The […]
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Pollutec, the international exhibition on environmental solutions, took place between 29 November and 2 December. This 27th edition brought together more than 100,000 manufacturers.
Where Grand Paris Express worksites are concerned, Bouygues Travaux Publics Région Parisienne is seeking to give a new lease of life to excavated soil. A review of a circular-economy pilot project with the restructuring of an agricultural plot in partnership with the conurbation of Grand Paris Sud Seine-Essonne-Sénart and the municipality of Ris-Orangis.
Building work began on Greencity exactly two years ago. Today, the neighbourhood is coming to life. Residents have taken over the first homes in the eco-neighbourhood located to the south of Zurich in Switzerland.
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2nd edition of “Observatoire des usages et représentations des territoires” in which Bouygues Construction is a partner