The Fort d’Issy-Vanves-Clamart station took a crucial step in the night of 12-13 August: the 7,000 tonnes of concrete forming the roof were slipped briskly into place by Bouygues Travaux Publics teams.
FabLab: stimulating creativity at local level
Losinger Marazzi construction sites in the north-east
Thursday March 2nd, 2017
Welcome to Miami
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 […]
You will also like...
Top of the month
Innovative solutionsSelf-healing concrete
Innovative solutionsCom’in: Nuisance Control (Noise, Vibration, Air Quality and Mobility)
Sustainable constructionCities Are Taking Steps to Become Carbon Neutral
With its partners, Bouygues Construction is going to be carrying out extension work on the port of Calais. This new emblematic project in port infrastructure will enrich the Group’s list of reference works. This modernisation should transform Calais into a state-of-the-art port. “We are very pleased to have the opportunity to play a part in […]
Seen as the new "black gold" of our society, data, and particularly the use of data, is central to the strategy of organisations, services and, more recently, local government.
The end of pesticides in public parks. Since 1 January 2017, in application of the law on energy transition for green growth, local authorities may no longer use plant protection products to maintain parks, roadsides or forests.
Situated in Paris’ 18th arrondissement, the Lourcine Barracks, former Parisian military site built in 1875, will soon be transformed into a university facility. There will be a boarding house for prep-school pupils studying to gain admittance to the elite Grandes Ecoles, and a university centre. L’EPAURIF (public development agency for universities in the Ile-de-France region) […]
Matching Up has reached the three-year stage and more than ever the Bouygues Construction's open innovation programme aims to generate new ideas within the company, putting Group employees and start-ups in touch in order to design and create new projects together.
For almost two years, Bouygues Construction has been leveraging Open Innovation in order to increase its competitiveness. Roland Le Roux, head of the Open Innovation team in the Innovation and Sustainable Development Department, discusses the challenges involved in this initiative that allows Bouygues Construction to be one step ahead of the competition.
Digitalisation is having an impact on all those who use our buildings. The real estate sector, which includes planning, major construction companies, marketing and services must adapt.
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.