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3 questions to Emna Attouri, PhD student at Chaire Construction 4.0
When 3D printing meets plastic recycling …
Thursday November 21st, 2019
3 questions for Andry Zaïd Rabenantoandro, a PhD student at Chaire Construction 4.0
Bouygues Construction and Centrale Lille formed Chaire Construction 4.0 in 2017, to support the digitalisation and industrialisation of the sector. We met with PhD student Andry Zaïd Rabenantoandro, whose thesis is on 3D printing in construction.
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Although L2 Marseille bypass project has existed since 1930, it is only coming to light now thanks to the Société de la Rocade L2 comprised of Bouygues Construction, Colas Midi-Méditerranée, Spie Batignolles, Egis, Meridiam Infrastructure and CDC Infrastructure. This is a real challenge as several obstacles have had to be overcome for this site, which should […]
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Situated in Paris’ 18th arrondissement, the Lourcine Barracks, former Parisian military site built in 1875, will soon be transformed into a university facility. There will be a boarding house for prep-school pupils studying to gain admittance to the elite Grandes Ecoles, and a university centre. L’EPAURIF (public development agency for universities in the Ile-de-France region) […]