Electrical Engineering

Bringing and connecting electrical energy

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Bouygues Energies & Services brings and connects electrical energy to buildings, whether they are industrial, commercial, tertiary, administrative or housing. It designs, installs, controls, maintains and manages electrical infrastructures to guarantee their reliability, their performance as well as the safety of building users.


Expert in energy performance

Bouygues Energies & Services places energy performance in buildings in the very heart of all its projects. The objective is to propose higher performing buildings to its customers. For electrical engineering, this can be these types of solutions:

  • Production of clean energies or energy recovery;
  • Innovations or applications which lead to better use of energy: remote control, presence detection, etc.;
  • Optimised control systems to measure energy consumption in buildings;
  • Etc.


Macro batch high technical project management

Bouygues Energies & Services has the necessary resources (technical skills, human resources, dedicated purchasing and engineering departments) to all it to be in charge, as a proxy agent if needed, of highly technical projects and all technical batches in construction: electrical engineering and environmental engineering.

This capacity allows it to develop state-of-the art and turn-key solutions for highly technical installations and technologies, for example in data centres or white rooms.

Our skills in electrical engineering

  • VDI prewiring;
  • Safety: access control, intrusion detection, video surveillance, etc.;
  • Safety: fire detection and extinction;
  • Inter phones, public address equipment and radio communication;
  • Video and conference calls.

  • Delivery and transformation stations;
  • Overhead power line networks and low voltage distribution, lighting;
  • Sources and safety installations;
  • Sources and stabilised distribution networks.

  • Centralised technical administration (regulation, escalation of incidents, supervision);
  • Energy management.