Legal Notice

Bouygues Construction launched this website to describe Bouygues Construction Group’s Open Innovation programme and to carry out calls for projects—called Matching Up—with start-ups and SMEs around the world. Any commercial use, in whole or in part, of information presented on this site must have prior written consent from Bouygues Construction.

The format and content of this site constitute a piece of work protected by applicable intellectual property laws. Reproduction or representation, in whole or in part, is prohibited without prior written consent from Bouygues Construction.

The Bouygues Construction name, Bouygues Construction logo, Bouygues Construction subsidiary names, the names and logos of their products, as well as any slogans are the property of Bouygues Construction and/or its subsidiaries. Any reproduction, use and/or modification made without the prior written consent of Bouygues Construction may constitute fraud. Bouygues Construction may not be held responsible in any respect.

The drawings, photographs, images, text, animations with or without sound, and other documentation represented on the present website are subject to industrial and/or intellectual property laws, and are property of Bouygues Construction or its subsidiaries. Any reproduction, representation, adaptation, translation, and/or transformation, in whole or in part, or transfer to another site is prohibited.

Any copying of these protected items for private use, either in whole or in part, without prior written consent from Bouygues Construction, is strictly prohibited.

Any linking or framing of the site is strictly prohibited, and accordingly, any element featured on a page of the may not, in whole or in part, be circulated, transferred to or inserted within another Internet site, or be used to create derived products.

The information and presentations within the pages of this website are supplied for information purposes only, and may be changed at any time, and without prior notice. Their personal or professional use in no way renders Bouygues Construction responsible in any respect.

Bouygues Construction cannot guarantee the accuracy, precision or completeness of the information made available on this site.

Consequently, Bouygues Construction accepts no responsibility:

  • for any errors, inaccuracies or omissions relating to the information available on this site
  • for any damages, direct and/or indirect, no matter what the cause, origin, nature or consequence, resulting from access by any persons to the site or the inability to access the site, as well as use of the site and/or credits accorded to any information coming directly or indirectly from the site
    •  for any use that may be made of the information on this site.


Creation and hosting

Website developer: Bouygues Construction

Website design: Bouygues Construction

Website hosting: OVH



Bouygues Construction, a public limited company (SA) with capital of €127,967,250
1, avenue Eugène Freyssinet – 78280 Guyancourt
Tel: +33 (0)1 30 60 33 00. Fax: +33 (0)1 30 60 48 61
registered 552 045 999 on the Trade & Companies Register in Versailles – I.E. FR 70 552 045 999
Executive editor: Damien Rebourg


Data Protection / Personal data

Please be informed that tools may be used to monitor browsing activity during visits to the website.

When browsing the website, you may communicate personal data (such as login details or data that could be used to identify you) through the contact form. The purpose of gathering such data is to be able to answer the questions asked on the matching-up website.

The recipient of this data is the Innovation and Sustainable Development Department of Bouygues Construction.

Data is stored for three (3) years.

In compliance with the provisions of the amended law n°78-17 of 6 January 1978, Bouygues Construction is responsible for the processing of this data and undertakes, where applicable, to declare such processing to the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL).

As part of this, Bouygues Construction undertakes to keep safe all the personal data of the persons concerned, whose data has been collected and processed by Bouygues Construction in the strictest confidentiality in compliance with the law of 6 January 1978.

You are informed that this data is passed on to OVH in its website hosting capacity. OVH is committed to the same level of confidentiality and data security as Bouygues Construction.

You can at any moment exercise your rights of access, amendment, correction, and removal of data about you (Article 40 of the above-mentioned law) by addressing a registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt clearly indicating your identity and the purpose of your request to:



Innovation and Sustainable Development Department

Open Innovation Team – RCSE13

1 avenue Eugène Freyssinet

78280 Guyancourt


In accordance with article 40-1 of the aforementioned law, you also have the option to specify your intentions as to how your personal data should be processed after your death. You can set out instructions as to the retention, deletion and communication of your data after your death.

  • Where these instructions relate to all of your data in its entirety, you can entrust this to a trusted third party certified by the CNIL.
  • Where these instructions relate to specific data only, you can also entrust this to the data processing managers.



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