Faced with the challenges of climate change, scarcer natural resources and the excessive production of waste, Bouygues Immobilier is innovating to speed up the development of sustainable, desirable urban spaces.
Bouygues Immobilier’s new targets for 2020 are aiming ever higher as the tangible expression of our urban vision. We want to develop sustainable, desirable urban environments that serve their inhabitants as they expand. We are also aiming for these towns and cities to have smaller environmental footprints and be more inclusive of the circular economy.
Our aim is to respond to new uses and to social and environmental changes. That is reflected not only in greener, reversible and cooperative construction and rehabilitation projects but also in a services offering that ranges from energy and local services to mobility.
As the digital world evolves, the property sector is doing so too. It is the desire to keep pace with these changes that prompted the company to set up a strategic committee for the “new generation”. What is its aim?
Bouygues Immobilier, the real estate development subsidiary of Bouygues Group, and AccorHotels, global leader in the hospitality sector, have created a 50/50 joint venture, with the aim of accelerating the growth of Nextdoor in France and Europe.
On January 24, François Bertière answered questions from three students invited to Galeo, the head office of Bouygues Immobilier. Among the many topics discussed, innovation emerged as a central theme: in the company, the property market and wider society.
Far-reaching changes are shaping society, transforming the way we live and use buildings. At the same time, environmental challenges have placed the built environment at the heart of the energy transition.
From 14 to 16 March 2017 Bouygues Immobilier will be taking part in the 28th edition of MIPIM, the international exhibition for property professionals, in Cannes. The programme includes three major conferences on building and the sustainable city during which an array of experts will set out their visions and share their knowledge and expertise.
Find us on our stand: Croisette C10
In addition to his duties as Executive Vice-President, UrbanEra® since 2015, on 1 January 2017 Emmanuel Desmaizières was appointed Bouygues Immobilier’s Executive Vice-President, International Activities.
Nathalie Watine, Bouygues Immobilier’s Executive Vice-President, Residential Property France until 31 December 2016, has been appointed Executive Vice-President, Digital Transformation and Human Resources, bringing together the Human Resources department and the Organisation and Information Systems department.