PUJOL 3.0. THE THIRD GENERATION ARRIVES
2000. Miquel Pujol Oliva and Jordi Pujol Torrent, the children of Josep Maria and Àngel respectively, join the team at the Mollerussa headquarters, taking on different management and production tasks and responsibilities.
2001. Romà Catalana d’Àrids, a company co-owned by the Pujol group and Àrids Romà is founded. It is dedicated to the extraction and treatment of aggregates from its own quarries. Nowadays, this company is wholly owned by the group and operates as Catalana d’Àrids i Formigons.
2002. 120 hectares of land are purchased in Les Borges Blanques (Lleida) in an area with good potential for access and communication, with the objective of having more space to build the factories that will manufacture components for the new industrial, public works and prefabricated housing sectors.
2002. The GEC (Catalan Family Entities Group) grants Pujol the “Família d’Acció Social Familiar” Prize for the promotion of women’s employment and part-time roles that enable a better work and family life balance.
2004. The Official College of Surveyors, Technical Architects and Construction Engineers honours the track record of the group with the “Catalunya Construcció” Prize.
2005. Pujol builds a mill in order to start producing cement in the Borges Blanques business park, giving rise to a new company: Ciments Terraferma.
2005. Pujol receives the “Ildefons Cerdà” Medal, awarded by the Official College of Road, Channel and Port Engineers.
2006. An investment in new industrial equipment in Piera and Amposta enables Pujol to double its production capacity of small precast items.
2007. Another prestressed beam factory is acquired. Eepsa is located in Sant Fruitós de Bages (Barcelona).