The Board of Directors also approved Philippe Bonnave’s decision to appoint Bernard Mounier, Nicolas Borit and Marie-Luce Godinot to the Bouygues Construction Executive Committee.
Bernard Mounier, CEO of Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France, is appointed Deputy CEO of Bouygues Construction. He will be responsible for Bouygues Bâtiment France and Europe, a new management structure covering Bouygues Construction building businesses in France, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Spain, Poland, the Czech Republic and Romania.
Nicolas Borit is CEO of Bouygues Bâtiment International.
Marie-Luce Godinot is Executive Vice President of Bouygues Construction, in charge of Digital Transformation, Innovation and Sustainable Development.
Meanwhile, Olivier-Marie Racine, Deputy CEO of Bouygues Construction, who is already a member of the Executive Committee, will take responsibility for Bouygues Construction’s new Energy & Services division. This division consists of the Bouygues Energies & Services entity as well as Alpiq Intec and Kraftanlagen since the integration of these companies during this summer.
Jean-Philippe Trin, Pascal Grangé, Jean-Marc Kiviatkowski and Jean-Manuel Soussan retain their current responsibilities as members of the Bouygues Construction Executive Committee:
Jean-Philippe Trin, Deputy CEO of Bouygues Construction, is responsible for Bouygues Construction’s Civil Works division, which comprises the Bouygues Travaux Publics, DTP and VSL International entities.
Pascal Grangé, Deputy CEO of Bouygues Construction, is responsible for strategy and finance, information systems, concessions and strategic reflection on property development.
Jean-Marc Kiviatkowski, Executive Vice President of Bouygues Construction, is responsible for legal affairs, insurance, auditing, internal control and compliance.
Jean-Manuel Soussan, Executive Vice President of Bouygues Construction, is responsible for human resources and policy on corporate and social responsibility.
Bouygues Construction is a global player in construction, with operations in more than 80 countries. It designs, builds and operates projects in the sectors of building, infrastructure and industry. As a responsible and committed leader in sustainable construction, Bouygues Construction sees innovation as its primary source of added value: this is “shared innovation” that benefits its customers at the same time as improving its productivity and the working conditions of its 47,350 employees.
In 2017 Bouygues Construction generated sales of €11.7 billion.