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The future of 3D printing in construction – interview with Bruno Linéatte, Director of R&D for Building Construction Methods at Bouygues Construction
Bouygues Immobilier Grand Ouest gained prominence recently for using 3D printing to build “La Sphère”, a reception building for a public housing project in Harfleur on behalf of Immobilière Basse Seine – 3F Group. What challenges await this innovative mode of construction?
Read on for answers from Bruno Linéatte, Director of R&D for Building Construction Methods at Bouygues Construction.
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