Tailored support for Industry 4.0 projects
Imagine a flexible, robotised and automated factory, a digitised factory using IoT, information systems and big data to optimise operation and prepare for future developments. Our mission is to act as an integrator, assembling the subsets of solutions that will comprise your production system while guaranteeing its performance and that of its components.
An effective response
- Express your needs and construct your projects
- Make your project part of an industrial ecology policy: establish links with other partners, recycle waste, share services and buildings, build a local smart grid
- Provide you with utilities, a framework and work tools so that you can focus on your processes
- Design, build and operate an nimble facility that can adapt to your needs
- Robotise and automate your utilities, your processes and your buildings to make your facility safe and efficient
- Digitise your processes to optimise and remotely control your industrial facilities
- Provide a single contact point for managing the building and utilities
- Support change management by training your people
Thinking up solutions together
Four innovative approaches to harness all the potential of Industry 4.0 :
Advice 4.0 to optimise, modernise or build a facility
- Help to express your functional requirements, financial needs and expected performance targets by bringing the best international standards to bear
- Set up a technical and financial consortium capable of designing, building and operating your facilities
- Provide detailed visibility of the costs of building, maintaining and operating the future facility and identify the best locations for it
- Offer suggestions for improving operational performance and help to manage change
Defining a flexible factory together
Making industrial processes more flexible is a major factor in adapting nimbly to changing demand. Available solutions include modular buildings and reconfigurable production lines in order to adapt the volume and nature of output to orders. Together, we can create the conditions to improve responsiveness. How?
- From the design phase, we can anticipate how the facility might evolve throughout its lifecycle
- We can build a modular, reconfigurable, scalable facility that anticipates changes to the nature of production
- We can support your people in the use of new tools and new forms of organisation
- We can limit the depreciation of your property assets by ensuring the capacity for swift adaptation at the lowest cost and simplifying compliance upgrades
Developing a robotised and automated factory
Central to Industry 4.0 projects, robotics, cobotics (especially in the automobile industry), internal logistics and robotic palletisation (especially in the logistics industry) are synonymous with lower costs and higher productivity. How can we make best use of these opportunities? By:
- Carrying out an audit of the facilities you want to robotise or automate
- Defining functional requirements for the construction of a new facility
- Identifying the best technical solutions according to your functional requirements and performance targets: lower costs, fewer workplace accidents or musculoskeletal disorders, etc.
- Carrying out the design, adaptation and integration phases for solutions involving robotics, cobotics, automation or additive manufacturing
- Helping to manage change
Designing a digitised factory
In order to increase productivity we can harness all the potential of automated production, equipment traceability, mobile data access, big data, 3D printing and M2M technologies. The benefits include fluid, digital reporting, a paperless company, real-time performance management, data security and protection. How can we achieve this? By:
- Using BIM (building information modelling) to create a digital twin of your factory and facilities
- Implementing technical solutions to capture, store and analyse data: IoT, data storage and security, big data and predictive analysis
- Guaranteeing the monitoring of operations and the remote control of facilities by means of predictive maintenance, hypervisors and connected operators
- Using operating data to generate proposals for improvements, such as the centralisation and safeguarding of information, cost reductions, quality optimisation and the limitation of downtime
Targeted support in the field
With the strength and experience of a major group operating in over 30 countries, we can harness all the skills and expertise needed to bring your project to a successful completion:
- the support of the Bouygues group in areas such as property development, engineering and construction
- the financial strength of a global Group
- a global operational and support capability
Dedicated "Industry" business units in France, Great Britain, Ireland and Canada.
One community of 1.500 people dedicated to your every need in design, engineering, execution and industrial maintenance.
An engineering department focuses specifically on industrial maintenance contracts:
- start-up engineering: master plan, quality assurance plan, safeguarding plan, shared management tool, indicators
- computer-assisted maintenance management: installation and parameter setting
- Lean Micro Innovation, FMECA, obsolescence studies, failure analysis, feasibility studies, etc.
- skills management: e-learning, assessment
For your industrial project, we seek out and implement the best available new technologies for even better performance, by:
- using BIM technology to improve productivity,
- studying the impact of IoT to optimise your maintenance,
- using Lux services to reduce your energy consumption
Together we define your 4.0 factory of the future with a rigorous methodology…
We guarantee you the framework of a trust-based project approach:
Compliance with your safety/security standards: authorisations for working on all your installations.
Obtaining ISO 9001 and 14001, OHSAS 18001, Qualifelec, Qualifoudre, APSAD, MASE, ATEX, BREEAM and HQE certifications.
Staff and subcontractors: safety day, audit and risk analysis, making work areas secure.
With a dense network of locations, we are a truly close partner who is responsive and listens to you.
A full-service offering for your industrial projects, with dedicated solutions
Take advantage of our engineering, works and maintenance expertise to modernise your production facilities. We support you in your project from the outset, helping with administrative formalities and the financial package.
Our latest case studies
- Bouygues Energies & Services were appointed to deliver a cold chain warehouse for Fisher Clinical Services Ltd.
- Bouygues Energies & Services were appointed as the Design & Build partner for the delivery of B. Braun Sterilog Ltd’s central sterilisation and disinfection facility.
- Design-and-build of the Telecity data centre in AubervilliersIndustry
- Design-and-build for Interxion of a state-of-the-art data centre with 9,300 m2 of data rooms.Industry
- The aim was to complete over a six-week period, with three months of prior preparation, the relocation of a production site, comprising three presses weighing more than 46 tonnes and all associated equipment, whilst it remained in operation.Industry
- Design-and-build of Virtus’ first data centre in the UK (Enfield)
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