The "Les Faubourgs d’Anfa" real-estate programme in Casablanca, designed and delivered by BYMARO (Bouygues Bâtiment International's Moroccan subsidiary), will be handed over this summer. This project, which is part of our plan to develop our long-term entities, helps the Group position itself as a key player on the major urban projects market.
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The circular economy: at the heart of Bouygues Construction’s strategic thinking
Transforming waste into resources: when the circular economy disrupts our growth models and the way we consume and produce goods. Bouygues Construction is fully committed to acting as a responsible and committed industry player.
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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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