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Thursday July 19th, 2018

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The Common Tower : A Technical First in France to Meet the Challenges of the Tour Alto !

Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France, Parisian subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, is the first construction company in France to set up a common tower, which is on the Tour Alto construction site in La Défense.

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  • Bonjour M. Vignaud,
    Nous n’avons pas reprécisé le nom de l’architecte de la Tour Alto dans cet article, car nous y évoquons surtout l’innovation qu’est la Common Tower !
    Cependant, la Tour Alto à droit à un article à part entière pour être mise en lumière : https://blog.bouygues-construction.com/fr/en-direct-des-chantiers/tour-alto-la-defense/
    Bonne lecture !



    Bouygues Construction

    Le Monday October 1st, 2018

  • Bravo à tous pour cette innovation, à mettre au crédit de la collaboration entre Bouygues Matériel, le BM2I (Bureau des méthodes d’Ile de France) et les équipes travaux! À dupliquer sans retenue -:)



    de Séverac Thierry

    Le Wednesday September 5th, 2018

  • Chers amis,
    Nous regrettons toujours l'”oubli” de la mention du nom de l’Architecte. Une réparation serait la bien venue.
    Peut-être aurais-je mal lu, dans ce cas toutes mes excuses.



    Philippe Vignaud architecte, Agence Rva

    Le Wednesday September 5th, 2018

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