Sharing information so that all the players in a project have a shared vision of the works. Welcome to the world of BIM! Every week for a month, discover one of our sites where BIM is being used in an innovative way. Today we discover the Alto Tower by Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France.
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Friday February 1st, 2019
Laure Abdul, PhD in Materials Engineering, presents the concept of soil cement.
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.
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We’re continuing our visit to Switzerland, this time taking a look at our subsidiary Losinger Marazzi’s projects in the north-east of the country. Here are some great photos from 2016: – Greencity is the flagship project for both Losinger Marazzi and Bouygues Construction. It’s the first sustainable neighbourhood in Switzerland and is 2,000 Watts-certified. Having won […]
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The end of pesticides in public parks. Since 1 January 2017, in application of the law on energy transition for green growth, local authorities may no longer use plant protection products to maintain parks, roadsides or forests.
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+
The next and final episode in the FabLab series, which takes a look at the creative spaces playing a significant role in creating sustainable, innovative neighbourhoods.
Last June, a second group began the Bouygues Construction R&D acceleration programme, organised with Schoolab. The goal: provide six months of support and coaching for several Group employees with innovative ideas. A concrete investment in the future!