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Monday September 24th, 2018
The modular approach: delivering the Alpha City student residence on time!
A mere seven months after its construction started, the Alpha City residence in La Roche-sur-Yon has been delivered in time for the start of the new 2018-19 academic year! In order to meet the tight deadlines for this building, which was constructed using the Wizom Connected system, the group implemented an industrial wooden module construction procedure.
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For almost two years, Bouygues Construction has been leveraging Open Innovation in order to increase its competitiveness. Roland Le Roux, head of the Open Innovation team in the Innovation and Sustainable Development Department, discusses the challenges involved in this initiative that allows Bouygues Construction to be one step ahead of the competition.
Exchanging information so that all stakeholders share a common vision of the project: welcome to the BIM era! Every week, you can learn about one project where BIM is being used innovatively. Today we will look at L’Oréal's L6 building by Bouygues Energies & Services.
Take advantage of the Smart City Congress in Barcelona and discover the solutions offered by Linkcity, real estate subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, for a city that is smarter and more efficient with regard to health.
The Olympic and Paralympic Games represent a wonderful opportunity to rethink the regions through ambitious urban projects. This event associated with the Greater Paris area will enable the capital to perfect its status as a global city and accelerate the transformation of the Ile-de-France department. Spotlight on the impact of the Olympic Games on our cities and on the economic benefits derived from the magic of Olympism.
Improving working conditions on sites with a system combining robotics and virtual reality. This is far from a fairy tale - this research and development programme will come into effect in 2020. The aim is to train employees to pick up the right habits, via a process that is both visual and tactile.
Inaugurated on 20 January in the presence of Minister of Housing and Sustainable Homes Emmanuelle Cosse, the eco-village Hameau des Noés in Val-de-Reuil can be considered a laboratory of sorts, where new ways of life will be concocted.
Our series on Bouygues Construction employees who are also high-level athletes continues. This week, read about Delphine, target shooting champion and Olympic medalist in London in 2012. Find out the previous portraits of Guillaume, Ludivine and Thomas.
Rising to the environmental challenge posed by construction-site spoil, we have sought to offer a reliable, safe solution for optimising resources.