2022-09-T3A-Gare de Clamart FIVC Grand Paris Photo :©Yves CHANOIT

Bouygues Construction sees shared innovation as its primary source of added value while making the health and safety if its employees an absolute priority. As a leader in sustainable construction, Bouygues Construction is committed to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2030 and offers customers a wide range of low-carbon solutions. Bouygues Construction generated sales of €9.3 billion in 2022, without Bouygues Energies & Services. 

DNA: the value chain of the construction industry

Spanning the entire construction industry value chain  

Being attentive to customers enables Bouygues Construction to establish relationships of trust with them. The Bouygues Construction group has firm foundations across the entire construction industry value chain.

International presence through local subsidiaries

Bouygues Construction is a multi-local group with operations all over the world through eight well-established local subsidiaries which combine expertise and innovation at an appropriate scale to support long-term projects in high-potential markets in over 60 countries. Bouygues Construction generates over half its sales on international markets.

strategic priorities

Develop low-carbon buildings and infrastructure

Bouygues Construction has unrivalled expertise in developing the critical infrastructure on which society depends – from low-carbon and renewable energy power generation systems (nuclear, offshore wind and solar), to public and electro-mobility transport networks, urban renewal and regeneration projects, and sustainable residential, commercial and industrial buildings. With close to 60% of its sales generated outside France, Bouygues Construction is aiming to expand its footprint into new developed, high-potential markets.

Building differently

In its drive to “build without destroying”, it is rolling out eco-design through the use of bio-based materials, embracing timber construction through the WeWood initiative, conducting R&D into low-carbon concrete, recycling and reusing materials through the dedicated Cynéo platform, and taking steps to dramatically reduce worksite waste and increase energy efficiency. This also means ramping up the renovation and conversion of existing buildings, such as through BYSprong, a solution for large-scale energy renovation of housing. And in keeping with its “building differently” philosophy, Bouygues Construction is shifting to mass-scale, digital technology-powered production methods with a focus on optimising design, using prefabricated structures and building outside normal cycles.

Continue putting people first

Bouygues Construction wants to preserve its precious resource while transforming its corporate and managerial culture and preparing its people for the challenges that lie ahead. Trust, simplicity, teamwork and pioneering spirit are the four core values that underpin this strategy.

Operational priorities

  • Full compliance with the core fundamentals: health and safety, business ethics and human rights.
  • Expand the network of subsidiaries and win more large-scale projects outside France.
  • Transform the business thought mass production and digitilisation.
  • Reduce CO2 emissions in line with SBTi targets and develop a responsible supply chain.
  • Commit to low-carbon infrastructure projects and solutions.
photo de la Bourse de Commerce, Collection Pinault
Bourse de Commerce – François Pinault Collection (Paris, France) © Vladimir Partalo
photo de l'extension en mer de Monaco
The Monaco offshore extension © BirdEyeCam
photo du pont de Hong-Kong
Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge © DR
photo du projet Flamingo à Miami
Flamingo South Beach (Miami, USA) © Jorge Alvarez-Drone Permission


Without Bouygues Energies & Services

An innovative, responsible and committed player:

In early 2021, Bouygues Construction strengthened its climate strategy to reduce its carbon footprint across the activities and promote low-carbon solutions in line with the aims of the Paris Agreement. The Group now goes even further in honouring its “Shared Innovation” promise, designing and building innovative, responsible and committed projects with its partners and employees for customers and for local authorities. In doing so, Bouygues Construction seeks to make a collective contribution to the sustainability transition.


The group supports the transition to more sustainable environments with its products and services.


The group factors the challenges facing its stakeholders and their environments into what it does, whether this be for its own employees, customers, partners or users.


The group contributes to the major societal shifts that are under way, whilst creating value and jobs.

Two guiding principles: health & safety and ethics

The health and safety of its employees is an absolute priority for Bouygues Construction, reflected in a single global standard: the “zero accident” objective. This aim is expressed in several initiatives, such as workforce training, continuous improvement of construction methods, anti-addiction campaigns and more stringent on-site controls. 

Major projects

The world is changing, and each day the people at Bouygues Construction show their responsibility and commitment as they help to transform it.

Bouygues Construction offers a comprehensive vision of regional and urban transformation, backed up by a collaborative approach to planning and development.

As well as being scalable and connected, the projects and neighbourhoods that Bouygues Construction designs and builds are becoming service-centred and environmentally responsible, like Îlot Fertile, the first zero-carbon district in Paris, or reversible and flexible, like the Work#1 building in Lyon.

And because a sustainable environment is the result of synergies between its buildings and the flows of energy and services that give them life, Bouygues Construction also builds and connects the passenger, goods and data transport infrastructure they need to ensure their economic development and make them attractive.

In the domain of Corporate Social Responsibility, Bouygues Construction’s corporate foundation Terre Plurielle has been involved for 13 years in initiatives to promote education, employment and healthcare as well as opportunities for disadvantaged and disabled people. Through the dedication of the employees who sponsor the chosen projects, the foundation operates at grassroots level in France and in over 35 other countries where Bouygues Construction has operations, ensuring a granular understanding of local partners’ needs and regular monitoring of projects. Terre Plurielle is thus the living embodiment of the Bouygues Construction group’s commitment to society and strong sense of community all over the world.

chantier CKR Central Kowloon Road, Express East-West, tunnel

© Arnaud Février

Sales € billion

  • 2021:
    • International: 7.40
    • France: 5.40
  • 2022:
    • International: 7.90
    • France: 5.30

With Bouygues Energies & Services consolidated in Bouygues Construction until 31 December 2022

Current operating profit from activities € million

  • 2021: 342.00
  • 2022: 413.00

With Bouygues Energies & Services consolidated in Bouygues Construction until 31 December 2022

€ billion at end December 2022

  • 2021: 20.80
  • 2022: 20.60

with Bouygues Energies & Services consolidated in Bouygues Construction until 31 December 2022

*The amount of work still be done on projects for which a firm order has been taken,
i.e. the contract has been signed and taken effect

Order book by region
at end December 2022

  • Africa & Middle East: 4.00
  • Americas: 8.00
  • Asia & Pacific: 15.00
  • Europe (excl. France): 36.00
  • France: 37.00

With Bouygues Energies & Services consolidated in Bouygues Construction until 31 December 2022