Although construction remains a predominantly male environment, the mind-set is changing and endeavours to promote gender equality are increasing.
Innovations on construction sites
Thursday March 17th, 2016
Port of call!
With its partners, Bouygues Construction is going to be carrying out extension work on the port of Calais. This new emblematic project in port infrastructure will enrich the Group’s list of reference works. This modernisation should transform Calais into a state-of-the-art port. “We are very pleased to have the opportunity to play a part in […]
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