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- Describe yourself in 3#  
#Eager to listen  
- In a quote? 
"Anything is possible for those who dream, dare, work and never give up" - Xavier Dolan  
- What is your background and your role at Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France?   
My career at Bouygues Bâtiment Ile de France - Rénovation Privée began with a first internship on the RITZ site, after which I had the opportunity to do several internships on the Tour Paris Lyon hotel site and to sign an apprenticeship contract on the 185 Charles de Gaulle site in Neuilly-sur-Seine.

My role at Bouygues Bâtiment Ile de France - Rénovation Privée is within the works teams. With the help of my N+1, I carry out consultations and studies for the various lots, manage the C&C on site and am responsible for the site's control unit.
- What are the particularities of your current site? 
My current site is 39 Colisée, located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris.  
It's an intermediate-sized rehabilitation site. It has the particularity of being a site without a crane, which restricts us in our methods of installation of the shell and roofing. We have a small area of land, which creates a constraint in terms of supplies on site and requires us to be really vigilant and organised in terms of our various needs.  
We are also in coactivity with the Transatlantic Bank, which continues to use the parking levels. 
- Why did you choose the construction sector?   
Since I was a little girl, I have always been attracted to the construction industry and my first internship with the RITZ teams confirmed my desire to continue in this sector.  
Seeing works being modified in renovation or being created in new buildings has always impressed me.  
- What do you like most about your job?  
What I like most is that it's a job where you never get bored, no day is the same and you are always learning new things. 
- What qualities do you need to have to be a good assistant site manager?   
I think that thoroughness and organisation are very important. 
- What has the Bouygues Group given you?  
A great deal, both personally and professionally.  
When I joined the Group I was very shy and afraid of making mistakes. Thanks to the help and encouragement of my tutors, I learned to have confidence in myself and in my work.  
- Do you have any advice for future work experience students?  
My advice would be to persevere and not give up until you have achieved your objectives and to be curious, ask questions... This is what will allow you to evolve the most. 

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