YHNOVA, a social housing unit built using BatiPrint3D™, an innovative 3D printing technique, was opened on 21 March in Nantes. This Bouygues Construction R&D project is part of an experimental construction site run by Bouygues Bâtiment Grand Ouest.
Friday January 8th, 2016
2015 in pictures
From Paris to Hong Kong, 2015 was a year rich in beautiful and exciting projects and sites for Bouygues Construction. Relive the highlights of the past year in pictures! 0
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Bouygues Construction unveils three innovative sustainable building projects: an autonomous building in Grenoble, a fertile island in Paris and a sustainable district in Sevran.
The Liantang tunnelling project entered a new chapter on 1st March with the breakthrough of the southbound tube’s Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) section by Hong Kong’s largest dual-mode Earth Pressure Balanced (EPB) TBM. A milestone in this major project for Chinese regional planning.
Several research centres around the world are working on proactive self-healing concrete processes, anticipating cracks as early as the design or the placing of the concrete.
Maxime Nade, Investor Business Developer at Elan, presents the Heart City offer
The next and final episode in the FabLab series, which takes a look at the creative spaces playing a significant role in creating sustainable, innovative neighbourhoods.
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.
Glen Landry, vice-president of Information, Communication and Automation Technologies (ICAT) at Plan Group, gives us users feedbacks and perspectives on the Humber digital Hospital in Toronto after 4 years of exploitation
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.