Rising to the environmental challenge posed by construction-site spoil, we have sought to offer a reliable, safe solution for optimising resources.
Materials sorting: the circular economy in action!
Interview of the month: Michel Cozic
Wednesday March 15th, 2017
Lyon Living Lab — a pioneering urban project
The 2017 MIPIM is an unmissable event for property professionals. The event will take place from 14 to 17 March. Bouygues Construction will take the opportunity at this event to highlight our expertise as a major stakeholder in urban projects.
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On the occasion of the renewal of the partnership for the period 2017-2020, read the interview between Marie-Luce Godinot, Director of Innovation and Sustainable Development at Bouygues Construction, and Marie Christine Korniloff, Deputy Director for Economic Affairs at WWF France.
Improving thermal insulation, reducing the carbon footprint, optimising energy performance… The solution to all these linked objectives lies in the design phase with the choice of materials. A dilemma or a boon?
When companies start pooling their efforts, sharing their tools and valuing their resources, does that create a circular economy?
Ramy Saad, energy efficiency and sustainable design engineer at Bouygues Bâtiment International, shares details of European research project “EnergyMatching”, part of the large-scale “Horizon 2020” programme on making energy efficiency improvements to buildings.
Reda El Yakoubi, Deputy Managing Director at Linkcity Morocco, tells us about his experience as a user of the serious game ‘Quartiers durables.Play’ for the Aéroplace à Casa Anfa project, the new urban centre in Casablanca.
With a forecast growth rate of 3.5% in 2019 and a need for more infrastructure to support that development, Australia remains, more than ever, a land of opportunity for our three business sectors.
The COVID-19 pandemic, through the urban planning initiative of "coronavirus bike lanes", has highlighted the return of the bicycle to the city. In reality, this comeback has been under way for many years, though it did get a recent boost. What are the causes? What are the consequences on urban planning today? What will bicycles in cities look like ?
An interview with Pauline Philippe, sustainable real estate and biomimicry consultant at Elan. Bio-based real estate: reinventing a city by living organisms, for living organisms.