When?

In business

since 1973

Founded in 1973, SBB was then specialized in the fabrication of steel structures, mainly as a subcontractor. In 1989, we manufactured an early model of emergency towers made of steel for a customer in Mexico. After this first contract in a niche market, we decided to approach other Transmission companies and faced a lot of interest. Since then, we have continued to develop this activity which eventually made us the leader worldwide.

2016

Building of a new factory in Blainville

2014

First project in the Railway industry

2010

New factory in Terrebonne (7500 sq.m/82000 sq.ft)

2009

Development of the African market

2007

Development of the Asian market

2005

Development of the Middle-Eastern market

2000

Development of the European market

1998

ERS Design change from IEEE1070 design to a much improved 412 Model

1994

Development of the Latin American market

1989

Creation of the Emergency Restoration Systems (ERS) division and first contract in Mexico

1984

Construction of an extension to increase manufacturing space to 3000 sq.m/33000 sq.ft.

1977

First factory (500 sq.m/5500 sq.ft)

1973

Creation of SBB, a subcontractor in the field of steel structures

2016

Building of a new factory in Blainville

2014

First project in the Railway industry

2010

New factory in Terrebonne (7500 sq.m/82000 sq.ft)

2009

Development of the African market

2007

Development of the Asian market

2005

Development of the Middle-Eastern market

2000

Development of the European market

1998

ERS Design change from IEEE1070 design to a much improved 412 Model

1994

Development of the Latin American market

1989

Creation of the Emergency Restoration Systems (ERS) division and first contract in Mexico

1984

Construction of an extension to increase manufacturing space to 3000 sq.m/33000 sq.ft.

1977

First factory (500 sq.m/5500 sq.ft)

1973

Creation of SBB, a subcontractor in the field of steel structures