Joseph Vaglio, stone cutter, arrives in Montois-la-Montagne, France.
1900 - 1940:
A company is created, working in construction, painting, tarring, repairs and factory works.
Exploitation of the Moyeuvre-Grande slag heap
Rental of part of the Montois-la-Montagne (King’s quarries) and Jaumont quarries
1940 - 1960:
Albert Vaglio, the son, takes over the business
End of slag heap operation
Acquisition of 50 hectares of land from other quarries
Launch of a transport, earthworks and demolition business
Development of building stone production
Albert dies and his son Robert starts running the company
Installation of a crushing unit
Modernization of the equipment
Investment in cutting edge equipment
Inauguration of the museum “L’Œuvre de Jaumont”