Bouygues Immobilier develops residential, office, retail and sustainable neighbourhood projects from 36 branches in France, Belgium, Poland and Morocco.
Its three strategic priorities are innovation and sustainable development, technical and architectural quality, and attentiveness and customer support.
A varied range of ever more innovative, customised and connected homes
Whether single-family houses, multi-unit housing, social and intermediate housing or residences for senior citizens and students, Bouygues Immobilier has unique residential property expertise that it harnesses to meet the expectations of a wide variety of customers. In order to offer them increasingly adaptable, affordable and energy-efficient homes suited to their lifestyle, the company constantly pursues building quality, modular interior design and control over costs. With Flexom, Bouygues Immobilier is the first property developer to offer its customers a connected and smart home nationwide. The wireless, battery-less ‘full radio’ system means that a number of features such as lighting, roller shutters and heating can be controlled from inside the apartment or remotely, using a smartphone or tablet.
Green property at the heart of commercial property services
Bouygues Immobilier’s commercial property offering is based on Green Office® positive-energy office buildings, the Rehagreen® package to enhance existing property assets, turnkey projects and Nextdoor flexible and collaborative workspaces.
For a sustainable and desirable urban environment
At neighbourhood level, Bouygues Immobilier offers local authorities UrbanEra®, an innovative package for the design and development of mixed-use sustainable neighbourhoods combining residential properties, offices and shops.
Technical and architectural quality: a key priority
Using cutting-edge materials and technologies to improve the technical quality of its buildings is an ongoing concern for Bouygues Immobilier. A comprehensive quality management system incorporating ISO 9001 and NF Habitat certification coupled with a training programme for technical staff ensure that the company can rapidly adapt to changes in the market and optimise the cost of works. Bouygues Immobilier also teams up with leading names in contemporary architecture such as Jean-Michel Wilmotte (future SMA headquarters in Paris), Kengo Kuma (NIWA in Vanves) and Christian de Portzamparc, winner of the Pritzker prize in 1994 (future Colas headquarters in Issy-les-Moulineaux). In January 2016, the Bouygues Immobilier corporate foundation renewed its founding partnership with the Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine for a further three years.
(Updated: 07 November 2016)