Bouygues Construction

 

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  • Yves GABRIEL: Chairman and CEO
  • Michel COTE: Deputy CEO
  • Pascal GRANGE: Deputy CEO
  • Jean-Marc KIVIATKOWSKI: General Counsel
  • Gaëtan DESRUELLES: Executive Vice President, Research and innovation, Sustainable Construction
  • Philippe DALLE NOGARE: Executive Vice President, IT and Information Systems
  • François JACQUEL: Executive Vice President Human Resources
  • Hubert BARBELLION: Vice President, Development and External Relations
  • Dominique LEBIGOT: Vice President, Purchasing
  • Christophe MORANGE: Vice President Corporate Communications

  • Profile


    Bouygues Construction, subsidiary of the Bouygues group, is one of the world's leaders in the building, civil works and electrical contracting and maintenance sectors. Organised as seven complementary entities, it has proven expertise in financing, designing, constructing, maintaining and operating buildings and structures, offering its customers a vast range of innovative solutions.
    The Group is addressing the environmental challenges confronting its businesses through a pragmatic and far-reaching approach, which covers the design, construction and operation of buildings and structures for which it is responsible. It has the firm ambition of being a leader in terms of sustainable development.
    With 52,600 employees throughout the world, the Group generated sales of 9.5 billion euros in 2009.


    Activities


    Bouygues Construction operates in the building (design, construction and renovation of all types of buildings required for human activity), civil works (underground works, engineering structures, earthworks, roads, ports, public transport, infrastructure) and electrical contracting and maintenance activities (integrated technical solutions in the areas of energy, industry, the service sector, transport, the environment and telecoms).


    Sustainable Development


    For Bouygues Construction, sustainable development offers a tremendous opportunity to move forward and to innovate. The Group has founded its sustainable development policy, "Actitude", on seven areas of progress with 42 core actions for improvement which are common to all the Group's businesses.
  • 2009 Sustainable Development Report

    Locations



    AFRICA

    Benin, Burkina, Cameroon, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon,  Ivory Coast, Mali, Morocco, Mozambique, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa.

    ASIA / PACIFIC
    Australia, Hong-Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkmenistan, Vietnam.

    EUROPE
    Eastern Europe: Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia.
    Western Europe: Belgium, France, Germany, Luxemburg, Monaco, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom .

    MIDDLE EAST
    Cyprus, Qatar, United Arab Emirates.

    NORTH AMERICA
    Canada, United States of America.

    SOUTH AMERICA
    Chile, Cuba, Mexico, Trinidad and Tobago.
     
    Recent contracts


    AFRICA

  • Egypt
  • Construction of the second phase of Line 3 of the Cairo metro, in partnership with Vinci. The line includes 6.5 km of tunnels and four stations between Cairo Fair and Al Ahram - €323 m (total contract)
  • Equatorial Guinea
  • Design and construction of an 86-kilometre dual carriageway motorway between Bata and Ayak Ntang. The project is being carried out in partnership with Sogéa-Satom (Vinci) - €250 m (Group share)
  • Design and construction of an 18,000 m² five-star hotel located 15 kilometres from the centre of Malabo. There will be 200 rooms on five levels - €62 m
  • Morocco
  • Design and construction of a second deep-water container port complex in Tangiers, consisting of the main breakwater (3,800 m), a second breakwater (1,200 m), 2,800 m of wharfs and a 150-hectare logistics hub. This installation supplements the Tanger Med 1 port complex, which was also constructed by the Group - €335 m (Group share)
  • Extension of the Essaouira Sofitel hotel with the construction of thirty 136 m² villa suites and a 1,575 m² clubhouse. Each villa contains two bedrooms and a lounge, and provides a swimming pool, a terrace and a private garden - €8 m

  • ASIA

  • Hong Kong
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  • Design and construction of the headquarters of the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Authority (63,000 m²). The project will feature green roofs, solar panels, three 2,000-watt wind turbines and a fibre-optic solar captor system - €180 m
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  • Extension of the metro to the west between Sheung Wan and Sai Ying Pun stations on the main island of Hong Kong -
    €150 m
  • Turkmenistan
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  • Construction of a new presidential palace in the capital city, Ashgabat, on the basis of several existing buildings - €250 m

    EUROPE


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  • Czech Republic
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  • Finalisation, extension and reconstruction of the entire sewage network for the city of Vrchlabí and its suburbs. The project, which will cover 40 districts, includes laying 36.6 km of sewer pipes and 4 km of wastewater pipes, and moving various structures - €24 m
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  • Construction of the future architecture faculty in the heart of the Prague national university campus. The building will have space for 2,100 people, including 1,800 students - €32 m
  • France
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  • Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines velodrome: in the form of a public-private partnership, the contract covers the finance, design and construction of a sports facility dedicated to cycling, as well as operation and maintenance for a period of 30 years - €74 m for the works
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  • Orléans regional hospital: the contract covers structural and external works, along with the architectural trades. The first patients are due to be admitted early in 2015. This will be the first regional hospital in France to be awarded the HQE (High Environmental Quality) label - €202 m
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  • First Tower: Bouygues Construction is renovating the former Axa tower in Paris La Défense. This renovation is a world first in terms of scale and technical complexity - More than €300 m
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  • Royal Monceau hotel: renovation of this celebrated luxury hotel in Paris - €36 m
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  • University of Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV): in the framework of a Public-Private Partnership, Bouygues Construction was awarded the contract to finance, design, build and maintain (for a 28-year period) the Clignancourt Centre, located in the 18th Arrondissement of Paris, which is part of the University of Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV) - €44 m
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  • French National Archives at Pierrefitte-sur-Seine: construction of a 60,000-sq.m. building for the French National Archives - €112 m
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  • Hungary
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  • The air-conditioning, ventilation, heating, plumbing and fire protection packages for two Budapest shopping malls of 53,000 m² and 35 000 m² respectively - €23 m
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  • Poland
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  • Construction of a shopping centre and amusement arcade for Plaza Centers, in south-western Poland. The 25,400 m² development includes a 100-unit mall and a 300-place car park - €17 m
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  • Construction of a 16,400 m² gymnasium for the city of Wieliszew. This project is part-funded by the European Union in the context of the Masovia province regional operations plan - €2 m
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  • Construction of an educational centre with the Sroda Wielkopolska school of social economics and construction of phase 3 of the development of the Gdansk science and technology park in partnership with the Pomeranian Special Economic Zone - €3 m
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  • Development of phase 3 of the Gdansk science and technology park, consisting of two buildings with a surface area of 23,350 m² communicating with existing buildings - €16 m
  • United Kingdom
  • Design and construction of two schools in the borough of Tower Hamlets, London - €59 m
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  • Design and construction of a social housing development in the borough of Brent, London, in the context of a PFI (Private Finance Initiative). The development includes 195 homes and twenty studio apartments specially designed for people with learning disabilities - €56 m
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  • Design and construction of two schools for 750 and 900 students respectively in Westminster, London - €32 m
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  • Construction of the new departure lounge at Bournemouth international airport (southern England) - €16 m

    MIDDLE EAST


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  • United Arab Emirates
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  • Design and construction as main contractor of the Hodariyat Bridge in Abu Dhabi. More than 1 kilometre long, this cable-stay bridge will link Hodariyat Island and Abu Dhabi - €91 m

    NORTH AMERICA


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  • United States of America
  • Design and construction of the Port of Miami road tunnel, in the context of a concession project. The tunnel will provide a second access road to the Port of Miami, which is situated on Dodge Island. The new access road will become the principal route for trucks, decongesting downtown Miami by removing the freight traffic that now transits through it - €440 m

    SOUTH AMERICA

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  • Cuba
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  • Design and construction of a five-star hotel with 681 rooms, including 17 luxury suites, in Cayo Santa Maria - €76 m
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  • Design and construction of the technical and administrative infrastructures for the Gaviota Marina, on the coast of the Hicacos peninsula, in the Varadero tourist destination. The site includes a buildable area of 6,255 m² and an area of more than 27,000 m² for hull cleaning operations and technical maintenance for boats - €13 m
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  • Trinidad and Tobago
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  • Phase 3 of the renovation of the Trinidad Hilton, a 400-room hotel built in the 1960s - €16.5 m





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