On October 19, the new Yves Saint Laurent Museum in Marrakech was opened to the public. This haute-couture museum was imagined by the Studio KO architects, and designed & built by the teams of BYMARO, the Moroccan subsidiary of Bouygues Construction. This inauguration, which has received international media attention, is for BYMARO, the end of an exciting journey to deliver an exclusive and high end project to one of their most discerning clients.
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Thursday January 28th, 2016
Alejandro Aravena wins the Pritzker Architecture Prize
This year, the Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena won the prestigious Pritzker Prize, which is considered the Nobel Prize of architecture. Aravena is known for his commitment to improving social issues; he is also the architect for one of the “suspended cabins” for the Jan Michalski Foundation, built by Losinger Marazzi. The Pritzker Prize, sponsored by the […]
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Operating in 80 countries, Bouygues Construction has key references on five continents due to its subsidiaries that are well-established in their countries. From Hong Kong to the United Kingdom, from Switzerland to Singapore, from Morocco to Australia, the Group has deepened its multi-local roots and strengthened its multi-cultural teams. This week, we take you to a world […]
Saturday 19 March, the Russian Orthodox spiritual and cultural centre, being built by Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France-Construction Privée, was adorned with a great golden dome, the most impressive of the five domes that will top the building upon its completion. Newcomer in the sky of Paris, the great dome, now visible from the Pont de l’Alma, […]
Bouygues Travaux Publics is an expert in complex projects involving tunnels, engineering structures and road, port and rail infrastructures. Operating in France and many other countries, the entity has acknowledged expertise in managing large-scale projects with high added value. Today, we offer you a trip to the world capital of Asia to discover 6 major […]
On April 26, 1986 the Chernobyl accident happened. Bouygues Travaux Publics, within the Novarka consortium led by VINCI Construction Grands Projets, realised in November 2016 the sliding operation of the confinement shelter over 327 metres. Relive in video the installation of the metal structure that will guarantee the safety for the next 100 years. Find out more information about […]
"This is the first time in 30 years I've seen something that will truly change the way we build", say site workers. Designed in 2015 by Augustin Masurel, who at the time was a works superintendent with Bouygues Construction, Smart Cast represents a minor revolution in the construction industry.
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.
Renovation of the Carnavalet museum – History of Paris: one of the greatest cultural construction sites of Paris
This is the oldest museum in Paris, and also the biggest culturally significant construction project currently under way. The Carnavalet museum – History of Paris will reopen in late 2019-early 2020 after major renovations, some of which are being performed by Ouvrages Publics (Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France, a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction). Worksite visit.