Frédéric Gérard, the director of the 5G SmartX business accelerator at Bouygues Telecom, discusses the context for this initiative and his vision for the Group.
Laure Abdul, PhD in Materials Engineering, presents the concept of soil cement.
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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 […]
Matching Up has reached the three-year stage and more than ever the Bouygues Construction's open innovation programme aims to generate new ideas within the company, putting Group employees and start-ups in touch in order to design and create new projects together.
Leader of prestressing and cable-stayed systems, VSL has very specific expertise which enables it to contribute to some of the most prestigious and complex concrete structures in the world.
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.
This year, the Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena won the prestigious Pritzker Prize, which is considered the Nobel Prize of architecture. Aravena is known for his commitment to improving social issues; he is also the architect for one of the “suspended cabins” for the Jan Michalski Foundation, built by Losinger Marazzi. The Pritzker Prize, sponsored by the […]
A few weeks after school terms have begun, it's time for students to go back to university. Perhaps you weren't aware of it, but Bouygues Construction has built and renovated many universities, providing, in its own way, greater access to knowledge.
Perhaps you weren't aware of it, but Bouygues Construction has built and renovated many universities, providing, in its own way, greater access to knowledge. Higher education's demands are rapidly evolving. In this context, the company has thought up a new way to design, build and use educational spaces that are adapted to digital learning, open to the world, and that have minimal environmental impact.