The world temple of speed and horse racing nestled in the heart of the Bois de Boulogne, ParisLongchamp is the heir to 160 years of history. Inaugurated on Sunday 29 April 2018 after two years of renovation work for France Galop, the Paris racecourse is a prestigious new achievement for Bouygues Construction.
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Innovations on construction sites
Tuesday October 16th, 2018
Using innovation on construction sites
Now more than ever, Bouygues Construction uses shared innovation to keep making its construction sites safer and more efficient.
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Creating new spaces and experimental urban projects – whether they’re cultural, social or economic – revitalising spaces before their conversion for future use, making use of empty buildings, creating a dynamic in which members of the community can get involved, encouraging them to take part and to contribute to the creation of an area’s identity etc. A look at temporary urbanism-–building cities differently so that they can adapt to fit the changing needs of their inhabitants.
Intermodality is a key concept for city development, building on an increase in public transport and soft mobility (walking, biking, etc.) Citizens are looking to plan their trips in ways that efficiently combine different means of transport. Applications and interactive terminals allow them to find information, and new players in the sector are offering shared […]
The choice of location in Saint-Ouen's Docks district is no accident: the Fabrique du métro is located at the heart of an area which plays an emblematic role in the current Grand Paris development.
Digitalisation is having an impact on all those who use our buildings. The real estate sector, which includes planning, major construction companies, marketing and services must adapt.
The days have been getting longer over the last few weeks in France, but temperatures remain stubbornly low. In these conditions, working outside can be difficult. The cold creates health and safety risks at construction sites. Now, more than ever, prevention and vigilance are essential.
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This is an entirely new approach to construction, a more ethical and sustainable one. It involves predicting changes in usage, and the reversibility of a building after construction The aim is to be able to change the building's purpose easily to accompany changes in lifestyle and in the regions themselves.