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Bouygues : at Pollutec (Lyon Eurexpo) from 12 to 15 October 2021

09/28/2021 | 08:25am EST

From 12 to 15 October, Bouygues will be present at Pollutec in Lyon Eurexpo.

Through a stand (Hall 4, Aisle J, Stand 178) and nine round tables, the Group will present the actions of its construction activities (Bouygues Construction, Bouygues Immobilier and Colas) in favour of the ecological transition. In particular, the latest advances in terms of the Climate strategy will be presented, as well as the Group's solutions and know-how to reduce its carbon footprint, in particular through the circular economy.

In addition, demonstrations will be presented on the Bouygues stand, such as Colas Environnement's depollution pilot and Bouygues Energies et Services' Lyon confluence well-being indicator.

PROGRAMME OF THE 9CONFERENCES

Tuesday 12 October, 15h - 15h45 / Hall 4, Sustainable Cities and Territories Forum

CLIMATE: WHAT SOLUTIONS FOR THE BOUYGUES GROUP'S CONSTRUCTION SUBSIDIARIES?

The construction sector is responsible for more than a quarter of the world's greenhouse gas emissions. Bouygues has therefore put in place a climate strategy to reduce its own. Two types of solutions are implemented: those that relate to emissions related to construction activity (materials, machinery, etc.) and those that relate to the operation of structures (reduction of energy consumption, production of renewable energies).

Speakers:

Fabrice BONNIFET - Director of Central Sustainable Development, BOUYGUES SA

Guillaume CARLIER - Climate Strategy Director, BOUYGUES IMMOBILIER

Claire BOILLEY-FORESTIER - CSR Director, BOUYGUES CONSTRUCTION

Caroline MAZZOLENI - Deputy Director Hydrogen and New Renewable Energies, BOUYGUES ENERGIES & SERVICES

Anne-Laure LEVENT - Deputy Director Environment, COLAS

Benoit CHAUVIN - Deputy Ceo, Head of Business & Marketing Development, COLAS

Tuesday 12 October, 15:55 - 16:30/ Hall 4, Risk Management Forum

DECONSTRUCTION AND REHABILITATION: HOW TO LIMIT THE ARTIFICIALIZATION OF LAND?

The continuous extension of urban space has resulted in the increasing artificialization of soils, a major threat to the environment and biodiversity. The reuse of sites already artificialized is an important lever to limit this extension: investment in degraded land, deconstruction with recovery of materials and reasoned soil decontamination are all very concrete applications of sustainable development to the construction sector.

Speakers:

Arnault PERRAULT - Deputy Director, COLAS ENVIRONNEMENT

Benoit GERARDIN - Director of Urban Projects, LINKCITY (BOUYGUES CONSTRUCTION)

Guillaume PARAT - Sales Manager, PREMYS (COLAS)

Arnaud GODARD - Director of Investor Relations, BOUYGUES IMMOBILIER

Wednesday 13 October, 9h30 - 10h15/ Hall 4, Sustainable Cities and Territories Forum

HOW TO REDUCE THE CARBON FOOTPRINT OF PUBLIC WORKS?

Reducing the large carbon footprint of public works is a major challenge for construction companies. Several avenues for improvement exist: the optimization of the transport of heavy products (on-site recycling of road asphalt or creation of decentralized ecocentres) and the improvement of the carbon footprint of the materials used (asphalt or concrete).

Speakers:

Anne Laure LEVENT - Deputy Director Environment, COLAS

Laurent LE BOULC'H - Deputy General Manager Administration and Finance, COLAS

Emmanuel LOISON - Head of the Auscultation and Dimensioning Department, COLAS

Christian CREMONA - Technical and R&D Director, BOUYGUES TRAVAUX PUBLICS

Gerald GALLEGO - Production Manager, BREZILLON/BOUYGUES CONSTRUCTION

Wednesday 13 October, 14h05 - 14h50/ Hall 4, Biodiversity and Natural Environments Forum

HOW TO RESTORE BIODIVERSITY AND BE INSPIRED BY IT?

Biodiversity everywhere is subject to unprecedented threats. Different means are implemented by construction companies to protect it, whether as part of their public works activities (ecological engineering) or in that of their Buildings activity (nature in the city).

Speakers:

Mathilde RIVALLAIN - Commercial Works, COLAS

Anais DUPERRON - Head of Sustainable Development, BOUYGUES IMMOBILIER

Olivier LEMOINE - Head of Biodiversity Ecology Department, ELAN/BOUYGUES CONSTRUCTION

Etienne BLOCH - Environment Manager, BOUYGUES TRAVAUX PUBLICS

Wednesday 13 October, 15h - 15h45/ Hall 4, Energy Forum

HOW TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT RENEWABLE ENERGIES IN THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR?

The construction sector is innovating and contributing to the energy transition by developing new renewable energy production infrastructures: wind turbines and photovoltaic power plants. Land is rare, it is necessary to know how to 'invent' land and meet the challenge of innovation: offshore wind turbines, rehabilitation of quarries, floating and agrivoltaic farms...

At the same time, and with the aim of reducing energy consumption, it is necessary to build positive energy buildings and districts and offer carbon-free mobility solutions by mixing electricity and renewable hydrogen.

Speakers:

Anthony SIMON - Head of Development of photovoltaic projects in France, BOUYGUES ENERGIES & SERVICES

Audrey GOULVEN-PRIORI - Head of Business Development Decarbonized Energies, BOUYGUES TRAVAUX PUBLICS

Caroline MAZZOLENI - Deputy Director Hydrogen and New Renewable Energies, BOUYGUES ENERGIES & SERVICES

Louis GAUTHIER - Director of Engineering and Innovation Development, AUTOROUTES ET TUNNEL DU MONT BLANC (ATMB)

Alexandre CARTIER - Central Technical Director of Corporate Real Estate France, BOUYGUES IMMOBILIER

Anne Laure LEVENT - Deputy Director Environment, COLAS

Wednesday 13 October, 16:50 - 17:35/ Hall 4, Risk Management Forum

WHAT ARE THE WAYS TO IMPROVE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CONSTRUCTION SITES AND LOCAL RESIDENTS?

For the societal balance sheet of a construction site to be good, it is important that it is well accepted by the stakeholders. Various ways to improve dialogue with the latter, local residents but also occupants in the context of renovation on occupied site exist. The project preparation phase is also of great importance in understanding and taking into account aspirations.

Speakers:

Frederic BRANDT - Marketing Director, COM'IN

Veronique MOUQUAND - Customer Service Manager, COLAS

Nicolas DUHAMEL - Business Development Director, SPAC/COLAS

Nathalie GARIN CHEREAU - Operational Director, URBANERA/BOUYGUES IMMOBILIER

Clement FOUBET - Head of Rehabilitation Works Department, BOUYGUES CONSTRUCTION

Thursday 14 October, 13h10 - 13h55/ Hall 4, Sustainable Cities and Territories Forum

HOW TO EXPLOIT BUILDINGS TO REDUCE THEIR CARBON FOOTPRINT?

The impact of the construction sector on the climate comes mainly from emissions from old buildings in the operational phase.

The round table takes stock of several good practices in this field (autonomous buildings, low-carbon performance contracts, intelligent use of building data) while discussing how building design can promote the electromobility of its inhabitants.

Speakers:

Guillaume PARISOT - President, AVELTYS/BOUYGUES IMMOBILIER

Roseline LEGRAND - Director Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes, LINKCITY/BOUYGUES CONSTRUCTION

Christophe MAYEN - Director of the Transport Mobility Division, BOUYGUES ENERGIES & SERVICES

Patrice RISMONDO - Co-founder and CEO, SMALT

Thursday 14 October, 14h05 - 14h50 / Hall 4, Risk Management Forum

LOW-CARBON CONSTRUCTION: WHAT ARE THE BEST PRACTICES?

The quality of a building's carbon footprint comes in part from the quality of the materials used for its construction. Project management therefore has a role in the choice of the latter, on the current development of wood construction (by addressing the challenges of bio-based wood) and on the engineering of the reuse of materials.

Speakers:

Julien BRISEBOURG - Referent Wood construction and bio-based, BOUYGUES IMMOBILIER

Tristan LAVAULT - Business Development Manager Construction Bois, WEWOOD/BOUYGUES CONSTRUCTION

Joanna FERRIERE - Circular Economy Manager, ELAN/BOUYGUES CONSTRUCTION

Thursday 14 October, 15h - 15h45/ Hall 4, Circular Economy Forum

BOUYGUES' NEW BUILDING CONCEPTS

To meet environmental challenges, it is necessary to test new concepts and ideas. Surface optimization tests through pooling, hybridization and the consideration of new ways of working are underway. The call for design thinking also makes it possible to better understand the uses to better respond to them.

Speakers:

Sonia DA SILVA - Director of the Key User Accounts Department, BOUYGUES IMMOBILIER

Augustin ROUSSEAU - Head of Coliving, BOUYGUES IMMOBILIER

Roseline LEGRAND - Director Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes, LINKCITY/BOUYGUES CONSTRUCTION

Camille GAUTIER - Innovation Leader, ELAN/BOUYGUES CONSTRUCTION

Stephane SLAMA-ROYER - Deputy Ceo, Housing and Multi-Product Department in IDF, LINKCITY/BOUYGUES CONSTRUCTION

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