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.
Head of the health unit at Bouygues Entreprises France-Europe
Longer life spans, maintenance of seniors at home and emerging new systems are transforming healthcare. Aware of the issues, hospitals are adapting their offer. With 3,000 public and private sites totalling 60 to 65 million square metres and a nearly 408,000-bed capacity, France’s swiftly changing hospital sector offers civil engineering firms and property developers major outlets and opportunities, from modernisation or expansion projects to innovation, product digitalisation and upgrading to tighter safety standards. Bouygues Construction is well established on this fiercely competitive market, which requires creating horizontal offers to remain competitive. Hospitals are the group’s biggest activity in France after housing. It's a market of many opportunities.