New residential complex Woodleigh Lane in Singapore is going to be build by Dragages Singapore, subsidiary of Bouygues Construction. Another modular construction reference on the island for Bouygues Construction. Aurélie Cléraux, Modular construction and innovation manager, tell us more about this revolution.
Brest cable car system: a first for urban transportation!
Chernobyl: an arch for future generations
Innovations on construction sites
Tuesday May 9th, 2017
Bordeaux Métropole Arena is moving at the speed of sound!
One year after laying the first stone, the major structural works of Bordeaux Métropole Arena is already completed. The works and technical teams deployed all their ingenuity to arrive at this result. Let’s put a spotlight on this iconic project for greater Bordeaux and for Bouygues Bâtiment Centre Sud-Ouest. Why have a Bordeaux Métropole Arena? […]
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