The Bouygues Energies & Services Contracting, have been selected as a finalist for this year’s REBA Award.
The Reward & Employee Benefits Association (REBA) is the professional association for employers offering rewards and benefits to their staff as part of a wider HR strategy to engage talent and drive success.
Bouygues Energies & Services are on stand D370 at this years Data Centre World, where they’ll be showing you why they are considered as the number one go to design and build partner in the industry.
Bouygues Energies & Services are exhibiting at this year’s Data Centre World, 11th – 12th March 2020, ExCel London
Data Centre World is one event where you can train your eye on the future of data centres. Where all the decision makers, pioneers, experts and suppliers gather. Where you’ll experience all of the most up-to-the-minute products, services and ideas that deliver tomorrow’s data centres today; where an increasingly international audience meet to glimpse what’s ahead in a fast-developing industry.
Update on the cyber-attack
Following the virus attack on the Bouygues Construction computer network that occurred on January 30, specific measures have been taken to ensure that our work can continue in France and in other countries.
Information on a cyber-attack
A ransomware-type virus was detected on Bouygues Construction’s computer network on 30th January.
As a precautionary measure, information systems have been shut down to prevent any propagation.
Our teams are currently fully focused on returning to normal as quickly as possible, with the support of experts.
Installations are progressively being put back into service after being tested.
Operational activity on our construction sites has not been disrupted to date.
Over £15,000 raised by Bouygues Energies & Services
Bouygues Energies & Services round up 2019 with an incredible contribution to charities and community programmes.
The team at Bouygues Energies & Services Contracting raised over £15,000 for Global, National and Local charities through their CSR programme. A programme developed to help individuals and causes that can benefit from their support.
The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) helps its clients develop their products and processes from early and mid-stage development, with minimal risk and guided understanding of relevant cost contribution. To achieve this proof-of-scale testing, they required facilities which could accommodate a diverse range of biomass feedstocks and comprise of state-of-the-art handling and preparation equipment.
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CPI appointed Bouygues Energies & Services as a principal contractor to design and build its pilot and demonstrator industrial biotechnology facilities, at Wilton Centre, Redcar.
CPI required the detailed design, construction and commissioning of the bioprocessing facility, biolaboratories, cleanrooms, biotechnology processing equipment and clean/critical utility systems.
Bouygues Energies & Services’ in-house process engineering division are already responsible for the selection and integration of leading advanced laboratory technologies (HPGLC, GCMS, LCMS) and test instruments (NIR).
Our consulting team were therefore well equipped to develop a conceptual and detailed design, based on CPI’s unique user requirements of creating highly flexible facilities and engineering systems that would help its clients de-risk their process development.
We designed and built bespoke and novel downstream processing equipment, such as oscillatory baffle flow reactors and high shear homogenisers. The facility was also supported with an advanced DCS control system for semi-automatic/fully automatic operation.
A single point of contact to boot performance
Providing detailed design, architectural, construction, procurement, installation, process engineering, mechanical & electrical services, commissioning to offer seamless engineering solutions to the challenges facing our client.
A fast track service at great value for money, delivery a world class facility.
The state-of-the-art DCS systems are utilised for process controls and data capture for scale up, enabling worldwide interfacing and knowledge exchange with universities.
Bouygues Energies & Services support the environment by planting over 220 trees in Malawi through their well-being programme “WellBYES”.
WellBYES is a company initiative that encourages employees to look after their Mental, Physical, Financial Wellbeing as well as supporting company CSR activity.
Fruitful Office are working with Bouygues Energies & Services and their WellBYES team (an employee-led forum) to help implement healthy eating by providing them with fresh fruit daily.
Ashford Borough Council Street Lighting Win
Bouygues Energies & Services UK has been awarded the contract to upgrade street lighting across Ashford Borough Council. The project will involve the upgrade of Ashford’s current street lighting units to modern, energy-efficient, LED lanterns.
There are significant environmental and economic benefits of the project. The new lights will reduce energy consumption by over 65%. These savings will not only reduce carbon emissions for the borough but will also reduce energy bills for the local taxpayers.
Bouygues Energies & Services are exhibiting at this year’s IBioIC20, on the 5th – 6th February 2020, The Technology and Innovation Centre, Glasgow, Scotland.
IBioIC’s role, as a specialist in the industrial Biotechnology (IB) sector, is to stimulate the growth of the IB sector in Scotland to £900 million by 2025. This year’s IBioIC programme is sure to be another lively affair with a busy schedule of fringe events taking place alongside the core conference sessions.