The BESIX group was founded in 1909 and has grown steadily and impressively ever since.
The "Société Belge des Bétons" (SBB)/ "Belgische Betonmaatschappij" (BBM) signs contracts for prestigious construction projects.
SBB sets up subsidiaries in France and Spain.
SBB enters the West African market.
The 6 companies of SBB Group form Six Construct to manage large projects in the Middle East.
The list of references in the Middle East and Africa expands rapidly.
SBB takes over companies in the 3 Belgian regions : Entreprises Jacques Delens, Wust & Vanhout.
The Group enters the Eastern European market with projects in Russia, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Re-entry into the Netherlands.
Re-entry into Egypt.
Leveraged Management Buy-Out.
Launch of new corporate identity: SBB becomes BESIX Group.
Inauguration of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the world's tallest buidling, proudly built by BESIX
BESIX Group wins its first contract in Australia
BESIX celebrates 50 years of presence in the Middle East.
BESIX goes Nordic with its first project in Denmark (Roskilde Fjord Link).
Rik Vandenberghe is appointed as new CEO of BESIX Group. Johan Beerlandt succeeds Baron Jean Stéphenne as Chairman of the Board of Directors.
BESIX announces the acquisition of the main Belgian activities of the Dutch group Heijmans.
BESIX RED, the subsidiary of BESIX responsible for property development, is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
In Belgium, BESIX acquires Mabilux, CR-Invest, Corebat, De Bie-Veba and Flamant and acquires a stake in A-STAY and LN24.
BESIX strengthens its position in Australia through the acquisition of the construction company Watpac Ltd.
BESIX enters Canada and redevelops in Eastern Europe (Latvia, Poland).
BESIX opens its 3D Concrete Printing lab in Dubai.
BESIX is awarded the ISO 19650 certification, the first global standard for BIM.
With the launch of the largest PPP in its history in the Middle East, the Dubai Waste-to-Energy project, BESIX is strengthening its position as a strategic partner for public authorities.
BESIX enters new countries, incl. New Zealand, Norway and Georgia.
Pierre Sironval succeeds Rik Vandenberghe as Deputy CEO of BESIX Group.