After "Wizom Connected", Bouygues Construction's connected housing solution, the group is now launching an adaptable housing offer called "Wizom for Life". Presented during a trade show for mayors from the Paris region, it rounds out the Wizom housing offer and paves the way for a more flexible and modular home.
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Wednesday March 22nd, 2017
First Breakthrough of Liantang Tunnel Boring Machine in Hong Kong
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.
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