|Cedex class Shipyard|
|Gallic Royal Navy|
Rambouilette construction was finalized in 247 AGS, and the shipyard was the first full-service shipyard built in Gallia. It was built and operated by the Royal Navy, tasked to research and construct large capital ships that would be necessary for Sirius' conquest in the then distant future. At about 600 AGS, the facility switched focus from research to mass production of the new capital ship types that were approved for future Navy service. Just like many Ile-de-France bases, Rambouilette was re-built several times throughout its history, with more and larger docks being added to adapt to new ship building needs. The only civilian ships ever built in Rambouilette were the luxury cruise liners for the Royal family.
Since the beginning of the war with Bretonia, Rambouilette was tasked to supply spare components for Gallic capital ships in addition to building newer ones. Additional workers were brought in from Maine and Picardy to meet the increased production demands, which has put a strain on the stations life support systems and crew quarters.