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Launched at the end of March, this competition united Bouygues Bâtiment International subsidiaries around a common goal: identifying and developing the best local partnerships to help reduce the carbon emissions of our materials.
A total of 42 partnerships put forward solutions to reduce the carbon impact of our materials.

Four winning projects:
- One prize is awarded for each of the three categories: “Concrete”, “Steel” and “Other materials”. The jury rewards the partnerships that achieve the most significant and sustainable reductions in carbon emissions.
- A special “Employees’ Choice” award is given to the project that has notched up the most “likes” from employees.

In addition to these official categories, a special mention has been created to highlight the “AMPD's the Enertainer” partnership set up by Dragages Singapore to significantly cut energy consumption on site. This operational partnership could be rolled out to all our sites!

Find out about all the partnerships in the competition in the BMLCP Booklet that can be found here. 

This competition fits squarely with the climate objectives set by Bouygues Bâtiment International: to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2030. And it is by working together that we will be able to meet our objectives! Today, 500 of Bouygues Bâtiment International employees have completed the climate change training course. If you are missing all or part of the course, please contact Thomas Routhiau as soon as possible to find out when and how to complete your course.

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