Part of the massive Hong Kong Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB) project, Dragages Hong Kong and VSL have been joining hands to design and construct this 9.4-km long dual three-lane viaduct section. Upon the completion of this new land transport link, commuters will take only some 45 minutes to reach Zhuhai from the Hong Kong Airport – compared to […]
Thursday March 17th, 2016
Port of call!
With its partners, Bouygues Construction is going to be carrying out extension work on the port of Calais. This new emblematic project in port infrastructure will enrich the Group’s list of reference works. This modernisation should transform Calais into a state-of-the-art port. “We are very pleased to have the opportunity to play a part in […]
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