Bouygues Construction operates in more than 80 countries on five continents. There are so many destinations to discover, for a complete change of scenery this summer! Travel the world through our most emblematic projects and sites—without the jet lag.
LEDsPLAY®: creating iconic landmarks by turning bridges into spectacular displays
ParisLongchamp, a new landmark achievement for Bouygues Construction
Tuesday May 15th, 2018
Bouygues Construction is building the future at VivaTech
This is THE major international innovation event that cannot be missed: VivaTech is back for a 3rd edition, from 24 to 26 May. Surrounded by partner start-ups, Bouygues Construction will be there to present its innovative technologies and services for well-being on and around its construction sites.
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Worldwide, about 600,000 cranes are used for construction works. They are essential for numerous construction sites. Some measure up to 200 metres in height and can lift loads of 500 tonnes. Currently, a Bouygues Construction R&D project, headed by Bouygues Construction Matériel, aims to allow remote control of cranes with video assistance, using augmented reality and even some automation. What is the purpose of this ambitious system, and what does it change for workers on the sites ? Answers with Julien Meyer, manager at the lifting division at Bouygues Construction Matériel at Île-de-France.
After "Wizom Connected", Bouygues Construction's connected housing solution, the group is now launching an adaptable housing offer called "Wizom for Life". Presented during a trade show for mayors from the Paris region, it rounds out the Wizom housing offer and paves the way for a more flexible and modular home.