The strength of experience,
Since our first international projects in the 1970s, we have maintained our capacity to mobilise autonomous teams around the world for project management, structural works and also finishing trades. It is this historical know-how that has enabled us to deliver exceptional projects on all 5 continents for almost 50 years.
20 years in Cuba
On 28 June 1999, Bouygues Bâtiment International signed its first contract in Cuba. Since then, the Cuban subsidiary has continuously supported economic development and tourism on the largest Caribbean island, with over 74 contracts delivered.
Banyan Tree Riverside
In 2019, Bouygues Thai delivered a spectacular 177 metre-high building: the Banyan Tree Riverside Residences in Bangkok.
Bouygues Bâtiment International delivered a unique project: the Ocean Cay MSC marine reserve in the Bahamas, 104 km to the east of Miami in Florida. This former industrial island specialising in sand extraction has been transformed into a luxury port of call for MSC cruise passengers.
Equinix Data Centre
AW Edwards successfully completed the construction of the biggest data centre in Australia for world leader Equinix.
In 2018, the Group delivered the last three towers of Park 24, a complex of five luxury residential buildings, located right in the heart of Bangkok’s business district, ahead of schedule.
Leon House Office
Bouygues UK transformed the Leon House Office building, a 22-storey office block that is one of the most remarkable examples of mid-20th century modernist architecture, into a modern, light-filled residential development.
Singapore Dragages confirmed its position as a pioneer of modular construction. In 2018 the company delivered Clement Canopy, the world’s tallest modular concrete towers, composed of 1,899 modules, in Singapore.
Antananarivo and Nosy Be
These two airports welcomed 845,000 and 147,000 passengers, respectively, in 2016. Following their renovation and extension by Bouygues Bâtiment International teams, they are expected to see an annual increase in traffic of over 5%.
SETAO, Bouygues Bâtiment International’s Ivory Coast subsidiary, won the contract to build the new Mövenpick hotel in Abidjan.
In 2018, the Group’s young Moroccan subsidiary specialising in real estate, Linkcity Maroc, signed its first success in the residential sector, with de Faubourgs d’Anfa project.
Bouygues Bâtiment International continued its development strategy in Australia, strengthening its positions on the construction market by acquiring AW Edwards, a company known for the quality of its projects and the expertise of its teams.
Mohammed VI Hospital
After 35 months of work and two months ahead of schedule, BYMARO delivers the Mohammed VI University Hospital for the Cheikh Khalifa Ibn Zaid Foundation.
Zagreb airport’s new international terminal was inaugurated in March 2017 by the Croatian Prime Minister. The project was Bouygues Bâtiment International’s fourth PPP airport terminal, after Larnaka and Paphos in Cyprus and Iqaluit in Canada, and was part of a consortium in which it was one of the main shareholders.
Iqaluit international airport
On 13 September 2017, the new Iqaluit international airport was officially inaugurated by the Canadian government.
Trade and Industry Tower
Hong Kong Dragages delivered the Trade and Industry Tower in 2015, in the Kai Tak development zone. The 22-storey tower went on to house the offices of 13 government departments, as well as a room for local associations.
Creation of the Guild of Lions
The Guild of Lions is the Singapore order of the Minorange Skilled Workers Guild, created in 1963 by Francis Bouygues. It is a professional community that selects the best workers for their skills, conscientious professionalism and spirit on jobsites.
For several years, BYME, the Group’s Hong Kong subsidiary specialised in technical subtrades, has been establishing a name for itself as a versatile player in the Mechanical @ Electrical (M&E) sector.
Brickell City Centre
For its first steps in the USA, Americaribe chose a large-scale project with this 445,000 m² mixed-use space located in the heart of downtown Miami.
Solar farms in Thailand
The Group diversified, working with Bouygues Energies & Services to build a huge solar park in the north of Thailand.
The Yyldyz Hotel
The Yyldyz hotel is a luxury hotel located in Ashgabat, in Turkmenistan. Built in 2013, it offers 155 guest rooms and 24 storey and is 107 metres high.
Located in 35 ha of parkland along the shore, the complex includes a modular stadium with terraces that can be lowered by 9 m and moved back by 15 m to host different types of sports events, along with a fully retractable roof, which is a genuine technical feat. This project was the biggest sports PPP in the world.
Kai Tak Cruise Terminal
Inaugurated in 2013, Kai Tak Cruise Terminal is one of the most modern in the world, built to anticipate the future needs of the world’s biggest cruise ships. An exceptional seaport built by Bouygues Bâtiment International on the runway of Hong Kong’s mythical former airport.
Jim Pattison Hospital
The Jim Pattison Outpatient Care & Surgery Centre was built to keep pace with the town of Surrey’s rapid expansion. With a capacity for 450,000 outpatient consultations per year, it effectively relieves pressure on the neighbouring hospital.
North Middlesex Hospital
Delivered in 2010, North Middlesex University Hospital is a jewel in the crown of western medicine and surgery.
British Embassy in Algeria
The British Embassy’s architecture is based on a concentric circle design, enhanced by gardens and views over the Bay of Algiers.
Hôtel Hyatt Ekaterinburg
The Hyatt Regency Ekaterinburg is a luxury hotel built as part of the development of a new district of Ekaterinburg.
Cyprus international airports
It would take the Group three years to build the international airports of Larnaka and Paphos in Cyprus, before also being awarded their concession for a period of 25 years.
Delivered in 2008, the Sail @Marina Bay has transformed Singapore’s horizon and is now an icon of modern architecture.
Like the sails of a gigantic boat, the towers of The Sail are now an integral part of the Singapore skyline. Seeming to emerge from the water to rise into the sky, The Sail is a veritable technical exploit with its more than 70 metres-deep foundations.