The gold, won for the first time, was for the project to renovate terminal 2BBD at Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport. A project that was undertaken by our teams at Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France. This win underlines the BIM expertise applied to this project, from design to construction, maintenance and operation.
Bouygues Energies et Services also won a Bim d’Argent in the category “BIM in operations and maintenance” with their implementation of ‘BIM in Use’ within the Francis Bouygues building at Centrale Supélec, which was built by our teams from Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France. Find out about the project through Sarra Hassen’s presentation on the occasion of the Bim World Salon held in June 2021.
Congratulations also go to Bouygues Travaux Publics who won the jury’s favourite for the Téléo urban cable car in Toulouse. This cable car connects the sites of the Oncopole, Rangueil Hospital and the Université Paul Sabatier in 10 minutes instead of 20 to 50 minutes by car, and is part of the 2020-2025-2030 Mobility Project in the Toulouse metropolis.
These awards highlight our teams’ skills and show our commitment to the deployment of digital processes on all types of projects. They also demonstrate our commitment to ensuring client satisfaction and supporting our stakeholders in this transformation.Sébastien Cousté BIM deployment director, Bouygues Construction.