Currently under construction, the Suettaz district in Nyon will have four new buildings in a green environment by 2027.
The future eco-neighbourhood, which complies with Minergie-P-ECO standards, will create pedestrian areas and avoid traffic. Play, meeting, leisure and walking areas will be distributed around the buildings and courtyards. The future homes will be spacious and comfortable, allowing tenants to enjoy all the modern comforts. The link between interior and outdoor space will also be encouraged, as each flat will have at least one balcony, loggia or terrace.
The construction project will be carried out in four successive phases so that tenants from the previous buildings can gradually move to the new. Great care has been taken by the owners to support and communicate with the tenants to minimise the impact of the works.
The installation of the windows in the B2 building is under way, and the building will soon be ready for the crossbeams for the glazed façade on the ground floor.
On building A1, work is under way on the invert and -2 basement walls.
The B2 building is raising, with the beginning of the superstructure installation and the delivery of the first prototypes of the building's façade.
At the same time, the earthworks and the excavation of the A1 building will be completed.
Quartier de la Suettaz in Nyon: site monitoring - 1st phases – February 2023
As part of the deconstruction of the first stage, the concrete crunching of the buried part of the Tattes d'oie is currently underway, with the structural work of the B2 infrastructure in parallel.
Quartier de la Suettaz in Nyon: Site monitoring - 1st phases – January 2023
The first stage, methodical demolition, is continuing with the construction of the B2 building in parallel.
Quartier de la Suettaz in Nyon: Site monitoring - 1st phases — December 2022
Start of preparatory works and deconstruction of the Tattes d'oie building bar through the disassociation stage between the inhabited part and the unoccupied balance. At the same time, special works and earthworks are underway on building B2, the first of the four new buildings.