A key player in urban planning, Bouygues Construction is interested in the new practices that will be implemented in the cities of the future.
Monday August 1st, 2016
You must have crossed a few without knowing where they came from. Whether crossing rivers, spanning mountains, or connecting communities, bridges shape the landscape, defy the laws of gravity and often take our breath away. Bouygues Construction’s bridge building expertise made these engineering marvels possible. Discover some of the most remarkable achievements. 1+
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To meet the needs of both patients and healthcare workers, each healthcare site must combine reliability with ease of use. This fact is not always taken into account. This is evidenced by the numerous problems pointed out by users relating to space and practical issues. However, whether in care homes or hospitals, the building can be a valuable asset in taking care of the most vulnerable and allowing health professionals to work in the best possible conditions. This is a major challenge that Bouygues Construction wants to address using digitisation.
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