An urban developer/operator, Bouygues Immobilier develops residential, office building, retail and sustainable neighbourhood projects from 33 branches in France and four in other countries. Bouygues Immobilier is a leading player in the French housing market. In partnership with local authorities, our company works for a sustainable and desirable urban environment.
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The first considerations when designing a neighbourhood are to meet local needs and make people want to come and live there. With our UrbanEra division, we help local authorities to design sustainable neighbourhoods that offer excellent quality of life. The city of the future has to be balanced, adaptable, frugal and smart, in tune with new uses and lifestyles.
In order to address the challenges of growing urbanisation, hand-in-hand with local authorities we imagine smart neighbourhoods where people want to live, in a context of sustainable urban development. Each urban development project is unique because it is tailored to the local context and residents’ needs.
Bouygues Immobilier is innovating continually to offer local authorities and residents the kind of housing that they desire. We offer a wide range of housing products (social, affordable, intermediate, for owner-occupiers, single-family houses and residences for students and senior citizens). This is consistent with both our regional development and sustainable development policies. Whatever their type, all our developments fulfil the same environmental and quality requirements.
Our new residential property strategy is to become the leader of the urban experience by creating spaces that prioritise well-being. We are constantly striving to better satisfy the expectations of our customers and anticipate new trends in lifestyles.
Within the Accounts department, accountants are responsible for the accounting and tax aspects of the company's financial transactions. They translate the financial events in the company's life into the language of accounting and ensure compliance with statutory book-keeping requirements.
The IT project manager organises projects to develop IT solutions and oversees the whole process from design to completion. He or she analyses the needs of in-house users or clients, examines and validates the match between the solution and the need, defines the specifications in coordination with the client and defines the necessary resources to complete…