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History

1957

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Creation of the Fayat group

Clément Fayat founds his first civil engineering firm in Libourne near Bordeaux (South-West France) at just 25 years of age.

1969

First steps in industry and vineyards

Fayat acquires his first sheet metal working firm: Le Réservoir in Montluçon (Central-South France). Clément Fayat acquires also Château La Dominique in Saint-Emilion.

1977

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Venture into steel construction

Steel construction becomes part of the Fayat Group's business with the buy-out of Castel et Fromaget in Fleurance (South-West France). The group acquires 10 other steel companies within the following years.

1985

Debut in industrial equipment

The Group takes over several companies one after another in handling and lifting equipment as well as road building equipment: ADC (Atelier De la Chaînette) in Parthenay (West France), Ermont in Lorette (South-East France) and Marini in Italy.

1994

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Ongoing diversification

With the acquisition of the Genest group in Viry-Châtillon (North-Central France), Fayat doubles its workforce and turnover. It takes on new activities: industrial electricity and special foundations.

2002

Breakthrough in civil works

Bec Frères in Montpellier (South France) bolsters the Group's earthworks and civil engineering strands. Three general construction subsidiaries of Bec Frères join also the group.

2004

New takeover abroad

La division matériel routier complète sa gamme et étend son positionnement à l’international avec la reprise du leader mondial du compactage : Bomag (Allemagne), qui possède des usines aux Etats-Unis et en Chine. The road building equipment division rounds off its range and extends its outreach abroad by taking over the world's compacting leader, Bomag, in Germany, owner of plants in USA and China.

2008

Route au Cameroun

A footstep in Africa

The civil engineering trades activity picks up fresh business with the arrival of Razel, very active in Africa.

2010

Fostering construction

Based in Carros (near Nice, South-East France), Cari joins the Group and breathes new life into the construction activity.

2010

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Château Fayat is born

Château Fayat in Libourne (Bordeaux, South-West France) becomes the benchmark of Vignobles Clément Fayat on the Pomerol appellation.

2011

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Public-private partnership turing point

Fayat wins the Public-Private Partnership contract with Vinci Concessions for building the new stadium in Bordeaux (South-West France).

2012

Development in emerging countries

A new structure is created within the Road Building Equipment division: Fayat International. Its missions: develop new markets in emerging countries.