History

The name HSM represents over 100 years of proven track record and experience in steel fabrication for the Civil Engineering and Oil & Gas Industry. Since 2002 also the Offshore Renewables sector is part of our work area.

 HCW, Hollandsche Constructie Werkplaatsen, Leiden, The Netherlands (1914 - 1967)

1914-Foundation of HCW in Leiden by Mr. Van Egmond
1929-Foundation of NEM, Nederlandsche Electrolasch Maatschappij (31 October 1929)
1945-Foundation of Tebodin Technisch Bureau voor Ontwikkeling der Industrie
1953-Foundation of AKF fabricating boilers and vessels
1953-Foundation of Elascon and Metapro for fabrication of industrial buildings
1954-Foundation of RMM specialised in corrosion protection
1955-

Foundation of Starako for doors and window framing

1956-

Foundation of Elcontor for electrical and instrumentation

1967-

Foundation of holding company HCG, Hollandse Constructie Groep, embracing all operating companies above

HCG, Hollandse Constructie Groep, Leiden and Schiedam, The Netherlands (1967 - 1990)

HSM Steel Structures - Karnaphulibrug Bangladesh (RWS)
HSM Steel Structures - Roldeuren Krammersluizen Philipsdam (RWS)
HSM Offshore – UMC - Underwater Manifold Centre (Shell)
1968-Merger between HCG and HBM, Hollandsche Beton Maatschappij, forming HBG, Hollandsche Beton Groep
1973-Foundation of HCG Offshore, Schiedam
1980-Forming of HCG S&O, Division Steel Structures and Offshore
1987-All shop activities transferred from Leiden to Schiedam
1990-Re-orientation of group company HCG. HCG Steel Division and Offshore become HSM, Hollandsche Staalbouw Maatschappij

 

HSM, Hollandsche Staalbouw Maatschappij, Schiedam, The Netherlands (1990 - 2000)

HSM Steel Structures - Stormvloedkering Maeslantkering Nieuwe Waterweg (Ministerie van Verkeer en Waterstaat)
HSM Offshore - F3-FB Living Quarter and Jacket (NAM)
HSM Steel Structures - Machinezaal Hemwegcentrale (Bailey)
1991-HSM becomes operating company under group company HBG Civiel
2000-HSM is renamed HBG Steel Structures

HBG Steel Structures, Schiedam, The Netherlands (2000 - 2004)

HSM Offshore - Murdoch CMS III Compression Module (ConocoPhillips)
HSM Steel Structures - Suspension Bridges Storda en Bomla (Statens Vegvesen)
HSM Offshore - Horns Rev A OHVS (Eltra)
2002-HBG shares acquired by Royal BAM Group (November 2002)
2004-HBG Steel Structures is renamed: BAM Steel Structures. BAM Steel Structures shares acquired by RijnDijk Groep (October 2004)

HSM Steel Structures, Schiedam, The Netherlands (2004 - present)

HSM Offshore - K2b-A Topside (Neptune Energy)
HSM Steel Structures - Wijnbergsebrug (Gemeente Doetinchem)
HSM Offshore - J6A Markham (Spirit Energy)
2009-The RijnDijk Groep transforms into the Andus Group. HSM Steel Structures is responsible for the civil engineering activities and HSM Offshore is responsible for the Oil & Gas and Offshore Renewables activities.

HSM Offshore / HSM Steel Structures, Schiedam, The Netherlands (2009 - present)

HSM Offshore - A18 Satellite Platform (Petrogas)
HSM Steel Structures - Brug Vollenhove (Provincie Flevoland)
HSM Offshore - Horns Rev B OHVS (Energinet.dk)
HSM Offshore - Borkum Riffgrund 2 OHVS (DONG Energy)
HSM Steel Structures - Spoorbrug UtARK (ProRail)
HSM Offshore - Clipper Subsea Cross-Over Manifold Skid (Shell)
HSM Offshore - P11b Unity Development (Dana)
HSM Steel Structures - Fietsbrug Cuijk-Mook (Gemeente Cuijk)
HSM Offshore - Borssele Beta OHVS (TenneT)