Bouygues group websites

Bouygues group websites

Bouygues is a diversified industrial group operating in two main sectors: Construction with Bouygues Construction (building, civil works, electrical contracting and maintenance), Bouygues Immobilier (property) and Colas (roads), and Media/Telecoms with TF1 and Bouygues Telecom.
Find out more about the Group’s business areas and its commitments in terms of sustainable development and corporate sponsorship on the dedicated websites.

Five business area websites:

Bouygues Construction

All Bouygues Construction websites

Bouygues Immobilier

All Colas websites

TF1 (French version only)
All TF1 websites

Bouygues Telecom
B&YOU(French version only)

Sustainable development
Sustainable development is integrated into the strategy of the Bouygues group and that of its business areas.
Find out more about its commitment to sustainable development on our website, at section “Sustainable Development”.
Find out more about action taken by business areas on their respective websites:

Bouygues Construction
Bouygues Immobilier – sustainable development website (French version only)
Bouygues Telecom (French version only)


Corporate sponsorship
The Bouygues group contributes to the economic and social development of the regions and countries where it operates, through economic and solidarity initiatives as well as corporate sponsorship, notably through the Francis Bouygues Foundation.
Francis Bouygues Foundation (French version only)

Find out more about the business areas’ corporate sponsorship commitments on their respective websites:

Terre Plurielle, Bouygues Construction’s corporate foundation
Bouygues Immobilier corporate foundation (French version only)
Colas foundation
TF1 foundation (French version only)
Bouygues Telecom corporate foundation (French version only)


Miscellaneous – communication on Group blogs
Some Bouygues entities have blogs on which they can communicate and exchange with users more informally.
Building challenges the Bouygues Construction blog


(Updated: January 2016)