For the past few months, our site workers haven’t been the only ones working on the L2 project. Graffiti artists have been expressing their creativity on freshly dried concrete, painting large frescoes on the structures of the future bypass. Art is being created behind the walls for the benefit of all in Marseille. Currently under […]
Innovations on construction sites
Thursday July 21st, 2016
Palaces: five-star renovation!
The Ritz, the emblematic hotel on Place Vendôme, has reopened after four years of renovation works led by Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France Renovation Privée. This is a defining moment in our subsidiary’s involvement in the luxury hotel market, which has included the remodelling of some major names in French real estate. Let’s put the spotlight on […]
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