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Tuesday May 15th, 2018
Bouygues Construction is building the future at VivaTech
This is THE major international innovation event that cannot be missed: VivaTech is back for a 3rd edition, from 24 to 26 May. Surrounded by partner start-ups, Bouygues Construction will be there to present its innovative technologies and services for well-being on and around its construction sites.
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Bouygues Construction answered the call from Maddyness and became a partner of the Maddy Keynote, its innovation summit, which will take place on 1 February at the Centquatre centre in Paris. Riding on the wave of past successful events, this third edition will explore the topic of the City of the Future through the prism of four complementary themes: mobility, housing, well-being and the Agora. This is an opportunity for the Group to reaffirm its commitment to shared innovation at the service of all.
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.
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