Monday March 12th, 2018
MIPIM: Bouygues Construction aims to become a global player in property development
From 13-16 March, Bouygues Construction and Linkcity will attend the MIPIM, the international property exhibition for professionals. As well as meeting stakeholders, partners, clients and prospects, they will make their mark as global players who design, build and breathe life into future cities.
Being a key player in major urban projects is one of Bouygues Construction’s strategic aspirations. We strive to be a leader on the construction value chain, and to use our skills to serve our clients and help their projects come to life.
With this in mind, Bouygues Construction will be attending the largest international property exhibition for professionals, the MIPIM, to share the Group’s vision of real estate and cities, and its broad expertise.
24,200 participants are expected to attend this annual gathering, bringing together the world’s most influential players in the property sector. 3,100 exhibitors and more than 5,000 investors from over 100 countries will join forces to think up and build the major projects that will create the cities of tomorrow.
The Group will focus on modular construction, wood construction and smart cities, highlighting around fifty of our innovative flagship projects in these domains, particularly the Biotope in Lille (Linkcity Régions) and the Tour Commune – in the 13th arrondissement of Paris (Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France), while a section of the ON DIJON stand will be dedicated to the Urban Hypervisor, developed by Bouygues Energies & Services to make Dijon France’s very first smart city.
Some Linkcity Ile-de-France projects, such as the Ilot fertile in Paris’ 19th arrondissement and the seven projects that won the “Let’s invent the Greater Paris Metropolis” competition will be presented at the Paris stand and on the Société du Grand Paris stand. The company will also showcase projects that have been designed but not yet marketed.
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