Discover, through the reference film of Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France, all the constructions made by the teams: La Poste du Louvre, the Alto Tower, The Seine Musicale, The New Longchamp … and let yourself be carried away by the art of dance: 0
Friday July 9th, 2021
The construction site office of the future
Interview with Stéphane Schaeffer, Planning Manager and head of lean deployment, BYMARO.
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Buses, underground systems, trams, car-sharing or short-term rental cars, car-pooling, mini-cab services, bikes, mopeds and self-service scooters, with or without stations: with the proliferation of forms of mobility, the residents of major cities have never had so many means of travel available to them.
Given the backdrop of depleting resources such as sand and the saturation of landfills in Île-de-France, and due to the volumes excavated for this work, the idea of reusing the land excavated for new construction was very appealing.
Worldwide, about 600,000 cranes are used for construction works. They are essential for numerous construction sites. Some measure up to 200 metres in height and can lift loads of 500 tonnes. Currently, a Bouygues Construction R&D project, headed by Bouygues Construction Matériel, aims to allow remote control of cranes with video assistance, using augmented reality and even some automation. What is the purpose of this ambitious system, and what does it change for workers on the sites ? Answers with Julien Meyer, manager at the lifting division at Bouygues Construction Matériel at Île-de-France.
This 5,400 metre-long sea viaduct, which will connect Saint-Denis (the capital of Reunion Island) to La Grande Chaloupe, is a major component of the New Coastal Road. The aim is to replace the current road along the coast between Saint-Denis and La Possession, which is dangerously exposed to the risk of rock falls and submersion […]
Smart Impulse offers large businesses and localities a solution to help them better manage their buildings' power consumption. Discovered by Bouygues Construction in 2012, the start-up has become one of the Group's go-to partners for its business and CSR needs.
Central Lille welcomes the 5th edition of the ACE Workshop which brings together world experts in construction of the future. The Construction Chair 4.0, created by Bouygues Construction and Centrale Lille in 2017, will benefit from this event. Interview with Prof. Lafhaj, holder of the chair.