According to the Swiss media outlet La Liberté, Rolex’s new factory in Bulle, Switzerland, which is slated for completion in 2029, will be constructed using LC3 cement.

This multi-building complex (project currently under public consultation) will span 300 meters in length, and cover an area of 10,000 square meters. Remarkably, 98% of its heating will be derived from renewable energy sources.

This project exemplifies sustainability in the construction industry, addressing both embodied carbon (CO2 emissions from the construction process) and operational carbon (CO2 emissions from building operations).

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Durabilité: En Gruyère, le projet vert de Rolex