The main steps of the Fayat METAL division

Let's retrace the history of Fayat METAL


1977 Rhumerie Havana de Cuba

Takeover of Castel & Fromaget

Takeover of Castel & Fromaget, this first acquisition confirmed Fayat Group's interest in Steel.
1985 Pont ADC avec une voiture ADC en dessous

Takeover of ADC

The Fayat Group integrates a new activity, lifting and handling equipment.
1992 Grue montage a blanc papeete Joseph Paris

Takeover of Joseph Paris and ACML

The division continues its development with the acquisition of these two companies specialised in metal frameworks and structures, as well as special machines.
1994 Bureaux thales vu de l'extérieur

Takeover of Castel Alu

A further step for the METAL division, steel construction continues to develop and a new activity appears, manufacturing steel and cross rope suspension towers.
1995 Bardage du coteaux du menervois

Takeover of Barbot

With the acquisition of Barbot, Fayat METAL division again increases its steel framework expertise.
2000 batiment avec logo comète

Takeover of Comete

With Comete, the lifting and handling equipment activity marks a further milestone.
2007 passerelle viry

Takeover of Viry

The division continues its development, Viry joins the architectural and aluminium construction centre.
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Takeover of Felix Constructions

Felix is a Swiss company specialised in the design and construction of architectural envelopes, particularly for high-prestige projects.
2019 Charpente métallique

Takeover of Arnaudeau and OSM

Fayat METAL reinforces its competences with Arnaudeau, expert in metal frameworks, roofing, cladding and locksmithing, and OSM in metal frameworks and mechanically welded assemblies.
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Creation of the subsidiary FAYAT METAL GRANDS PROJETS

At the heart of our strategic plan, FAYAT METAL GRANDS PROJETS values technical expertise and multi-trade design.

@Ferrier Marchetti Studio
2021 Logo CJP

Merger of COMETE Industrie and Etablissement Joseph Paris

This merger gave rise to COMETE-J.PARIS, which has offices in Anthon, Nantes and Brest.
1983 Parking

Takeover of Vilquin

The Fayat Group develops its steel construction activity.