Bouygues Immobilier is a leading private property developer in France and Europe, with 1,969 employees at 31 December 2018 and sales of €2,628 million in 2018. With 39 branches in France and four outside France, Bouygues Immobilier has nearly 60 years' experience in developing residential, corporate and commercial projects in more than 250 towns and cities. Bouygues Immobilier has a strong commitment to innovation and sustainable development and therefore seeks to provide better quality of life over the long term for all its customers by making their experience of the buying process and their use of the living spaces and services created for them as pleasant as possible. Our high demands in terms of quality and our concern for the working conditions of employees is recognised by the fact that Bouygues Immobilier is the first property developer to be certified ISO 9001 in France, NF Habitat HQE and Top Employer France 2019.
Fadia Karam has joined Bouygues Immobilier as Executive Vice-President, Urban Development and Large Projects. In this capacity, she will oversee the establishment and structuring of large-scale mixed development projects in France with a focus on sustainable development, in conjunction with the Innovation and Sustainable Development team and regional teams of Bouygues Immobilier.
Fadia Karam, aged 46, holds a qualification in architecture and town planning, a Master’s degree in urban development and project management (ENPC), as well as a DESS postgraduate diploma in property management (ESSEC). She began her career in 1990 at Ingerop. In 1996, she joined the urban development departments (Établissement Public d’Aménagement — EPA) of Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines and Mantes-la-Jolie as project manager. In 2003, she moved to Nexity Apollonia to become director of development. In 2007, she was appointed development director at ING Real Estate Développement, France, overseeing large-scale mixed projects and urban development schemes.
Fadia Karam will report to Eric Mazoyer, Deputy CEO of Bouygues Immobilier.