Rocamat joins Polycor

Rocamat joins Polycor

The stone that built Paris
Place de la Concorde, the Louvre, the Invalides, the Palais-Bourbon, the Haussmannian buildings, all Parisian symbols that have one thing in common: these buildings are built in Saint-Maximin stone.
Prestigious achievements
From the Louvre Museum to the MET in New York via the British Museum, our stones help to enhance works of art from around the world.
Connect the past with the future
Stone materializes the link between classical and modern architecture. At the Musée du Grand-Pressigny, the stones of Massangis and Tuffeau ensure continuity with the existing.
Limestone since 1853
Rocamat limestone is at the service of architects to design buildings that embody high standards, heritage and know-how.
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Fifty Varieties of French Natural Stones for Your Projects

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French Elegance

Since 1853, we have been a major player in the production of building stone at an international level, and the leading producer of natural stone in France. Each of our stones conveys a part of our architectural heritage. Polycor is proudly recognized as a Living Heritage Company, a designation granted by the French Ministry of the Economy and Finance. This recognition testifies to our exceptional French craftsmanship. We proudly count ourselves among the select companies to have secured the protected geographical indication "Pierre de Bourgogne" (Burgundy Stone) for our products originating from this region.

A Sustainable, Recyclable, and Safe Material

Our stones adhere to the highest quality and environmental standards. Throughout their production and use, natural stones do not emit harmful chemicals into the atmosphere. The inherent attributes of stone render it exceptionally compatible with sustainable construction practices and projects aligned with High Environmental Quality (HEQ) standards. Any quarry materials deemed unsuitable for use in dimensional stone applications find purpose as aggregates, soil improvers or in the restoration of extraction sites.

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