The teams of the aquatic centre & crossover work site in Saint-Denis, who have come from all the group’s subsidiaries, are now finalising their installation. The living areas, along with the future outdoor spaces, are currently under development, to the great satisfaction of the staff present on the site, who are more motivated than ever!
This project, led by the teams of Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France Ouvrages Publics et Construction Privée (Public Sector Works and Private Sector Construction), integrates a group of considerable size, with most notably Récréa for the commercial operations, VenhoevenCS and Ateliers 2/3/4/ for the architecture and a large number of partners, including Bouygues Travaux Publics. During peak season, it will welcome 400 people from all manner of population groups. They will devote all their energy to working on and building this project, which is one of a kind.
This project - with its clear deeply-rooted environmental values - benefits environmental sobriety and in particular integrates wood at the heart of the structural design.
This future aquatic centre, intended above all for the inhabitants of metropolitan France, the main users in Heritage phase, will be a new living space for Dionysiens.
As a reminder, this project includes the following:
- Design and operation until 2040 of the centre, large-scale sporting infrastructure to be built for the Games of 2024, with 95% of sites dedicated to the Games already in existence or only temporary. During the games, it will host competitive diving, synchronized swimming and water polo, thanks to its capacity of 5,000 spectators. And from 2025, when the grand opening to the public takes place, a wide range of activities will be on offer, including climbing, 5-a-side football, paddle-tennis, 3 versus 3 basketball and a restaurant, all in addition to the public sector water sports offering.
- The design, construction and operation until 2025 of the pedestrian and bicycle entry, 18m wide and nearly 90m long, connecting the Stade de France arena to the Olympic stadium and to the future ecosector of ZAC Saulnier in Saint-Denis (93) and circumventing the A1 main road. The teams at Bouygues Travaux Publics are in charge of the design and construction of this work.
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