This diversification has always been subject to successive challenges which, little by little, have enabled the company to survive:
1994: a stonemasonry workshop joins the aggregate business, using imported prestigious materials (granite, marble, quartz, ceramics). This workshop is gradually equipped with the best in high-precision CNC (numerically controlled) machines
1998: E. Victor-Meyer takes over the red marble deposit at Neuville, where two quarries of sand, crushed stone and gabion stones are worked. You’ll know our marble as “Rouge Royal” … ?
2000: E. Victor-Meyer inaugurates its transshipment and storage depot in Hermalle-sous-Argenteau (on the Albert Canal): On nearly 6 hectares, EVM processes numerous minerals into sought-after components, particularly in architectural concrete. These aggregates are valued by concrete producers, as well as marketers of building materials and outdoor amenities.
2007: the Hermalle site is equipped with a facility for filling sacks and big bags.
2010: also in Hermalle, the activities there are complemented by the launch of a facility for the vibration-filling of steel baskets with gabion stones of all colours. “Stone cubes” from E. Victor-Meyer are currently well known on both the roadway and garden decoration markets.
2017: Hermalle expands. Acquisition of the operations of Ets Collinet doubles the surface area of the site to 12 hectares, and activities continue to diversify: Under the PREBEL brand, EVM now produces pre-stressed concrete elements (hollow floor slabs, lintels, concrete beams, etc.).
As of 2020, hollow floor concrete slabs come with Bénor certification, reinforcing the high quality image the company strives to promote.