Bouygues UK, subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, was awarded the construction of an iconic project for Keele University in the Midlands – the Smart Innovation Hub project.
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In a consortium with Soletanche Bachy, Bessac and Sade, Bouygues Travaux Publics has won lot T3A of line 15 South of the Grand Paris Express, comprising civil engineering works between the stations of Pont de Sèvres and Fort d’Issy-Vanves-Clamart.
With the support of Hauts-de-France Regional Council and Métropole Européenne de Lille, Bouygues Construction and Centrale Lille school are launching Construction Chair 4.0 to manage the sector’s digital transition and improve productivity through digital methods and industrialisation.
Take advantage of the Smart City Congress in Barcelona and discover the solutions offered by Linkcity, real estate subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, for a city that is smarter and more efficient with regard to health.
While improving energy performance is essential during a renovation project, it is not the sole objective of project managers. Of equal importance are the key features aimed at incorporating different uses within a building. Issues such as planning, digitalisation, occupation of space, quality of life at work, etc. also need to be fully addressed.
Laser science has recently made an important advancement. One of the most sophisticated centres in the world, the Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) Beamlines, has been built at Dolní B?ežany, near Prague. Our local subsidiary VCES was part of a consortium that carried out the construction of the future European research hotspot. Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) […]
According to the UN News Centre, over two thirds of the global population will live in towns and cities by 2050. What with the increase in population and evolving ways of life and of consumption, urban centres are undergoing an in-depth transformation, accompanied by changing requirements in terms of mobility.
A knitted structure capable of supporting five tonnes of concrete? This is the insane project of the inventors behind Knitted Concrete technology.
With the aim of reducing occupational health risks on work sites, improving productivity and producing complex items, 3D printing, while still in its experimental stage, is taking the building sector into an industrialisation process that will result in some exceptional achievements. Technology to serve US, not vice-versa.