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.
Nextdoor is a lifestyle, a place where people can work in comfort and a sometimes mould-breaking solution to the problem of how to do so effectively. It is an approach that Bouygues Immobilier now intends to incorporate into the design of major corporate headquarters in response to rapidly changing demand.
Rehabilitating office buildings involves complying with environmental requirements as well as meeting users’ expectations for well-being and comfort. It also involves enhancing the long-term value of the property asset for owners and investors by renewing its architectural identity and adapting it to new commercial uses, while helping to reduce the property sector’s carbon footprint at the same time.
Bouygues Immobilier’s Green Office brand, launched in 2008, demonstrates how important green property is to the company: it marked the arrival of a concept for office buildings that are as efficient as they are pleasant to work in. Positive-energy buildings use low-carbon, renewable energy sources and bioclimatic design to produce more energy than they consume.
The two most important things when designing offices are to create pleasant places for people to work in and to ensure that the building helps to make the company more effective. Thanks to our capacity for innovation, we continue to create the cities of the future with three innovative product lines: Green Office, Rehagreen and Nextdoor.
Shops are an essential feature of urban life. That is why, with our team of specialists, we integrate them into our projects from a very early stage, using our expertise to make city centres and neighbourhoods more dynamic.
On Wednesday, 13 December 2017 at the World Efficiency event, held in Paris until 14 December, Olivier Durix, Managing Director of Bouygues Immobilier Polska, representing Bouygues Immobilier, received the “International Developer” award from the HQE-GBC Alliance*.
Established in 2009, the Bouygues Immobilier Corporate Foundation set itself the ambitious goal of making towns and cities both more hospitable and sustainable. Its goals centre around three pillars: raising public awareness of architecture and urban planning, encouraging thinking among experts about the city of the future and promoting community action – especially by strengthening the social fabric of local communities.
The challenge facing Bouygues Immobilier is to develop housing that enhances the well-being of residents while making towns and cities more sustainable and desirable for all. Aware of our duty to society, we are actively committed to sustainable development and patronage initiatives. In fulfilling our mission, we have established close dialogue with various stakeholders and forged partnerships with several charities.
In 2016, for the third consecutive year, Bouygues Immobilier was the only property developer certified by the Top Employers Institute for measures implemented to improve working conditions for employees. By offering training, collaborative work practices, flexible working and new offices, we are doing everything we can for our employees to flourish in their place of work.