Diving into the future: discover how the digital model can change the work on construction sites with optimised information sharing and organisation!
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Monday June 3rd, 2019
Reuse – the fourth pillar of the circular economy
The idea of reusing materials resulting from renovation or demolition work is gaining momentum. It has to be said that it is very attractive since by reviving this age-old practice, there is indeed much to be gained – new means of recycling, low-cost materials, improved carbon footprint during activities, etc… The list is long. All that remains is to remove any barriers.
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Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France Rénovation Privée and Bouygues Energies & Services were selected by the Paris Pinault Collection to oversee the Bourse de Commerce renovation project. The 18-month project will transform the former 19th-century Halle au Blé (corn exchange) into a contemporary art museum blending cultural heritage and modernity.
You may have heard of it without really understanding what it was all about, or perhaps you simply want to know more. Whatever your level of familiarity with Building Information Modeling, watch these informative videos to find out more about one of the major changes in our industry.
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 […]
According to the UN News Centre, over two thirds of the global population will live in towns and cities by 2050. What with the increase in population and evolving ways of life and of consumption, urban centres are undergoing an in-depth transformation, accompanied by changing requirements in terms of mobility.
On 6 December, this film created by Bouygues Bâtiment International was given an award as part of the “Trophées de la Diversité®” awards, which looks to reward companies incorporating diversity into their growth, their HR issues and their managerial activities.
The aerial cable link between the two banks of the Penfeld River in Brest, a design-construction project for Brest Métropole Océane by a consortium that includes Bouygues Bâtiment Grand Ouest, is symbolic for the city of Brest and a first in France. It links the city centre with the new Les Capucins district, which is […]
This is an entirely new approach to construction, a more ethical and sustainable one. It involves predicting changes in usage, and the reversibility of a building after construction The aim is to be able to change the building's purpose easily to accompany changes in lifestyle and in the regions themselves.
For over ten years, BIM has enabled us to revolutionise the way we design and expand our opportunities for collaboration. This year, the digital model will again accompany our finest achievements. All of us here at Bouygues Construction wish you a very happy new year in 2016.