Beneath the Florida sun, something new has risen up on the skyline of the most Latin city in the United States, Miami—the Brickell City Centre. Our subsidiary Americaribe has gone big for its first project in the country, with this vast 500,000 m² complex whose shopping centre opened in December 2016. Here are some images […]
Bouygues Construction set to make waves at VivaTech
Bordeaux Métropole Arena is moving at the speed of sound!
Friday May 19th, 2017
Brest cable car system: a first for urban transportation!
The aerial cable link between the two banks of the Penfeld River in Brest, a design-construction project for Brest Métropole Océane by a consortium that includes Bouygues Bâtiment Grand Ouest, is symbolic for the city of Brest and a first in France. It links the city centre with the new Les Capucins district, which is […]
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The world temple of speed and horse racing nestled in the heart of the Bois de Boulogne, ParisLongchamp is the heir to 160 years of history. Inaugurated on Sunday 29 April 2018 after two years of renovation work for France Galop, the Paris racecourse is a prestigious new achievement for Bouygues Construction.
The first stone of the future Le Courtil retirement home in Carquefou was laid on 22 February, in the presence of Véronique Dubettier-Grenier, Mayor of Carquefou and Departmental Councillor, and Arnaud Vaujour, Director of Linkcity Grand Ouest. Let’s take a look back at some of the pictures from the day. Located in the centre of […]
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