Bouygues Construction’s top priority is the health and safety of the teams who work on its construction sites. 13 June 2017 marks the launch of a global awareness campaign intended to reinforce the Bouygues Construction Health and Safety policy and achieve “zero accidents”.
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Monday April 30th, 2018
Hublo: new digital display solutions at construction sites
Eighteen months ago, Hublo replaced paper-based notices with interactive touchscreens. After the first few trials proved to be a success, the project was expanded. Read on to learn about the roll-out process and the latest developments.
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Bouygues Construction and Welink responded to the Elles Bougent (Girls on the Move) initiative by taking part in the second Girls on the Move Week. From Hong Kong to Cuba, 80 young women were welcomed by 60 women employees to seven of our sites throughout the world. See the images here.
In Llo, a town in the Pyrenees mountains, France just installed a thermodynamic solar power plant.
With a forecast growth rate of 3.5% in 2019 and a need for more infrastructure to support that development, Australia remains, more than ever, a land of opportunity for our three business sectors.
A first for France. In September, social housing in Nantes will be built using an industrial 3D printer.
“Tomorrow's cement industry will not only harness CO2 emissions but will also be producing its materials from waste. ” This is the ambitious target stated by the French cement industry trade union during its press conference on 14 November 2018.
Although construction remains a predominantly male environment, the mind-set is changing and endeavours to promote gender equality are increasing.
A massive project undertaken almost 10 years ago, the Manufacture des Allumettes was converted and refurbished into rented social housing for the residents of the agglomeration. This innovative approach has two objectives: to preserve one of the town's historic monuments; and to respond to the territorial issues faced by the whole region.
As Bouygues Construction's corporate foundation, Terre Plurielle provides financial support to projects sponsored by employees who are actively involved in the areas of education, employment and healthcare Since it was first established in 2008, in excess of 200 projects have received support, sponsored by almost 250 employees.