After intriguing locals and music lovers for three years, the Seine Musicale is finally being unveiled. The new cultural centre of the Hauts-de-Seine department, which marks the renewal of the Ile Seguin, will be officially inaugurated on Saturday 22 April. Guided tour of this liner dedicated to all music genres, a real technical feat for […]
Interview of the month: Christophe Lienard
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Tuesday March 27th, 2018
BIM WORLD: collaborative BIM at the heart of our projects
BIM World is back on 28-29 March! And Bouygues Construction will be represented at this umbrella event for the digital transformation in construction, real estate, and urban planning; with the goal of leading way in the digital transformation of our industry.
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