Two Bouygues Construction subsidiaries, Pertuy Construction and Norpac, recently grouped together and signed a contract worth more than €80 million, for the construction of two buildings at Hautepierre Hospital, in Strasbourg. The new buildings will house a regional cancer institute and a medico-technical and locomotor facility.
The project has been developed by the Groupe 6 architectural and town-planning agency and the INGEROP design and engineering firm. It consists of the simultaneous construction of two buildings, which will be connected to each other and to an existing structure via underground passages and pedestrian bridges.
Pertuy Construction is the authorised representative of the group, and will be in charge of the main part of the project, including structural work, walls and covering, drywall and finishing work, along with several roadways and infrastructural networks.