As part of a major mining project, the Group is opening a factory in Panama.
The Group adds the manufacture of PVC pipes to its diversified portfolio. The company retained its trade name Next Polymers.
During 2010, the Group acquired five ready-mix business locations in northern Quebec.
Opening two factories in Florida.
The Group is developing a ready-mix concrete division: Béton Brunet 2001 inc.
Development of a division focused on the manufacture of sewer, water and drainage products.
Purchase of a prefabricated concrete manhole and sump plant in Casaubon.
Development of a new division of New Jersey type slides.
In 1998, the company passed into new hands, those of Bernard Brunet, Lucien’s son, and then began an important phase of development. Béton Brunet Limited became Béton Brunet Limited, and the business grew considerably.
The company evolved and became, at the end of the 1990s, the largest producer of concrete pipes in Quebec.