Technical operations project managers are responsible for monitoring the construction of residential programmes in compliance with quality, cost and deadline requirements. In order to do so, they coordinate all the partners involved in the performance of works.
Tender managers approach new contracts and new contractors in order to answer calls for tender, taking account of technical and administrative requirements (cost, quality, deadlines). They are responsible for our purchasing policy and for establishing a list of building contractors in order to achieve construction objectives.
The role of quality/after-sales service managers is to continuously improve the quality of Bouygues Immobilier's services and to ensure customer satisfaction in all circumstances. They deal with customer complaints, reconciling to the best possible extent the interests of the buyer and of Bouygues Immobilier.
Sales administration managers supervise the management of sales agreements, from the registration of orders to handover to the customer. They therefore play an active part in developing commercial activity, acting as a privileged contact for customers. They sign deeds of sale with the notary to the tightest deadlines and help to optimise Bouygues Immobilier…
Customer relations managers do everything possible to satisfy the customer. Their role involves getting truly close to them and establishing a relationship of trust. They support customers, providing them with information and advice throughout the process from reservation to after-sales service.
Land development managers seek out and negotiate the acquisition of land for our property development programmes. They put together all aspects of the transaction up to the promise of sale, developing relations with prescribers and establishing a network of key local players such as notaries, business introducers and facilitators.
Project managers oversee all aspects of a property development project (technical, legal, commercial and financial), from filing the building permit application to completion. They guarantee customer satisfaction, compliance with deadlines and the cost and quality of programmes.
The days of property innovation in a vacuum are long gone. Nowadays, ideas are born from collective endeavour. By working with our partners and encouraging initiative among our employees, we build sustainable cities that truly meet the needs of the people who live in them
Innovation is central to Bouygues Immobilier’s strategy. We have set up an open approach with a rich ecosystem of partners, and created BIRD (Bouygues Immobilier Research & Development) to support start-ups and stay tuned in to trends on the property market.
A responsible player whose business is property development, Bouygues Immobilier is starting its transition to integrated digital modelling. Convinced of the importance of new digital technologies and the working methods that go with them, the company is committed to integrating BIM into all its projects by 2020.