Redland is founded in the UK.
Redland expands to South Africa and Australia.
Foundation of Braas GmbH & Co. KG
Redland acquires a majority stakeholding in Braas, Germany.
Production begins at the Heusenstamm plant.
Bramac is founded in Austria by Braas and Ebenseer Betonwerke.
Redland acquires Monier Ltd. in Australia. Further expansion begins in Southeast Asia, for example Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.
Braas acquires the Schiedel Group, a producer of chimney systems.
Lafarge takes over Redland and most of Braas, which three years later, in 2000, is being taken over completely. The company is named Lafarge Roofing.
Heavy expansion begins with the entrance into new countries and an extension of the global plant network to more than 200 plants.
A joint venture in clay roof tile production is launched in Thailand.
The first Indian concrete roof tile plant opens in Bangalore.
Chimney manufacturers Rite-Vent (UK) and Bemal (Belgium) are acquired.
Building begins on seventh concrete roof tile plant in China.
Lafarge sells Lafarge Roofing to the private equity fonds PAI.
The business is being renamed to Monier Group.
Financial restructuring successfully completed: former senior lenders are the new owners of the Monier Group.
Redland celebrates its 90th anniversary, also marking the founding of Monier.
Monier Group strengthens presence in South-Eastern Europe by acquiring 100% ownership of Bramac.
Monier Braas Germany – 60 years
Monier Italy (Wierer) – 50 years
Monier Braas Poland – 20 years
Monier China – 20 years
Monier Group renames as Braas Monier Building Group.
IPO of Braas Monier Building Group S.A. in June
Braas Monier takes over Tejas Cobert (Spain) and CT Cobert Telhas (Portugal).
Braas Monier acquires Golden Clay Industries (GCI), leader in clay tiles in Malaysia, and Italian clay tile manufacturer Ceprano Coperture S.r.l.
Braas Monier acquires the Danish producer of customised roofing products J.A. Plastindustri A/S.