The project conceived by Danish architects Henning Larsen and Lille-based architecture firm Keurkhas been chosen to host the European Medicines Agency (EMA) in the event of the success of the Lille candidacy. Linkcity and Bouygues Bâtiment Nord-Est are leading the consortium and are ready to begin construction if they get the green light.They'll find out on 20 November.
Tuesday January 31st, 2017
Travel under construction: destination Hong-Kong and Macau
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 […]
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