|Seat||Paris , France|
|Number of employees||129,000 (2018)|
|sales||35.6 billion euros (2018)|
|Branch||Construction, real estate, infrastructure operations, telecommunications, media|
The French group of companies Bouygues SA [ bujɡ ], based in Paris, is the fifth largest European construction company. It was founded in 1952 by Francis Bouygues and has been run by his son Martin Bouygues since 1989 .
Bouygues is a group of companies based in the 8th arrondissement of Paris . Bouygues is listed on the Euronext Paris Stock Exchange and is a standard stock in the French CAC 40 index . In 2018, it employed 129,000 people in 90 countries and generated sales of around 36 billion euros.
The group specializes in construction (Colas Group and Bouygues Construction), real estate and property development (Bouygues Immobilier), media (TF1 Group) and telecommunications (Bouygues Telecom).
The company was founded in 1952 by Francis Bouygues. In 1970 Bouygues was listed on the Paris Stock Exchange. In 1985 and 1986, Bouygues acquired the Screg, Sacer and Colas road assemblies, which later became the Colas group. In 1987 the company started operating the TV channel TF1 and in 1988 Bouygues moved to its new headquarters in the Challenger complex in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines . In 1996 the company founded Bouygues Telecom and acquired 23.26 percent of the shares in Alstom . In 2014, in the course of the transfer of Alstom's energy division to General Electric , Bouygues granted the French government a call option that allowed it to acquire a maximum of 20 percent of the shares in Alstom, which the group currently owns.
Telecom / media services and new builds (construction, roads, buildings, etc.)
- Bouygues Construction (100% stake): civil engineering, public works and infrastructure projects and energy (Bouygues Energy & Services), with a presence in 80 countries
- Colas Group (96.6% share): transport infrastructure, railways, rail expansion and maintenance
- Bouygues Immobilier (100% share): residential, commercial, commercial and hotel real estate, real estate and urban development, real estate development
Telecommunication - Media
- Bouygues Telecom (90.5% share): mobile and fixed network operator
- TF1 group (43.8% share): group for audio-visual media; with TF1 and nine other TV channels.
- Alstom (28% share): passenger transport, signaling technology and locomotives
- Martin Bouygues, Chairman and CEO
- Olivier Bouygues, Deputy CEO
- Philippe Marien, Deputy CEO
- Olivier Roussat, Deputy CEO
- Arnauld Van Eeckhout, General Counsel
- Pierre Auberger, Head of Corporate Communications
Management of the divisions:
- Philippe Bonnave, Chairman and CEO of Bouygues Construction
- François Bertière, Chairman and CEO of Bouygues Immobilier
- Hervé Le Bouc, Chairman and CEO of Colas
- Gilles Pélisson, chairman and CEO of TF1
- Olivier Roussat, Chairman and CEO of Bouygues Telecom
|year||2001 (NF)||2002||2003||2004 (IFRS)||2005||2006||2007||2008||2009||2010||2011||2012||2013||2014||2015||2016||2017|
|Net profit||344||666||450||909||832||1,246||1,376||1,501||1,319||1,071||1,070||633||647 a||807||403||732||1,085|
Year-end stock market data
- ISIN: FR0000120503
in million euros
Bouygues headquarters are located at 32 avenue Hoche in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. The building is the work of the American architect Kevin Roche , as is the previous headquarters, the Challenger complex in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. It is located on 30 hectares in Guyancourt and is now used by Bouygues Construction, a subsidiary of the group.
Social and ecological commitment
Bouygues has participated in the United Nations Global Compact since 2006. Together with several other companies such as EDF, BNP Paribas or Saint-Gobain, the group supports the think tank The Shift Project, which promotes sustainable economic development.
Bouygues focuses its patronage on education, social issues and medical research. Each subsidiary supports its own foundation:
- The Francis Bouygues Foundation supports gifted high school students with a scholarship.
- Terre Plurielle, the Bouygues Construction Foundation, lets its employees choose projects for which the Foundation then provides financial support. These projects deal with access to health, education and social inclusion for people with special needs.
- The Bouygues Immobilier Foundation, established in 2009, aims to raise awareness of the need for sustainable construction and urban planning.
- The Colas Foundation supports contemporary art by purchasing paintings.
- The TF1 Foundation helps young talents from disadvantaged neighborhoods to gain a foothold in the broadcasting sector.
- The Bouygues Telecom Foundation is committed to protecting the environment, helping people with social or medical difficulties and promoting the French language.
- Bouygues official website (French / English)
- Bouygues Telecom Official Website (French)
- Bouygues Construction official website (French / English)
- Bouygues Immobilier Official Website (French)
- Official website of Colas (French / English)
- Official website of the TF1 group (French / English)
- ↑ Board of Directors ( Memento of the original from October 13, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was automatically inserted and not yet checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.
- ↑ a b c Bouygues in letter. Retrieved November 7, 2019 .
- ↑ European Powers of Construction ( Memento from January 15, 2014 in the Internet Archive ), p. 4. (English)
- ^ Adolf Kimmel, Henrik Uterwedde (ed.): Country report France: history, politics, economy, society. Springer-Verlag, April 28, 2005.
- ^ Paris sells Alstom stake in Bouygues. Verkehrsrundschau, May 27, 2006.
- ^ France shows General Electric the way to victory in the bidding war. Der Spiegel, May 6, 2014.