YHNOVA, a social housing unit built using BatiPrint3D™, an innovative 3D printing technique, was opened on 21 March in Nantes. This Bouygues Construction R&D project is part of an experimental construction site run by Bouygues Bâtiment Grand Ouest.
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Of the 130 projects entered for the third BIM d'Or awards, organised by Le Moniteur, 31 were nominated in the 11 pre-established categories. Five Bouygues Construction projects that were selected in the first round are still in the competition!
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