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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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