1928: Hubert Frijns starts up his own blacksmith business in Heugem, a small village near Maastricht.
1954: In the meantime, the Heugem blacksmith has grown to become a flourishing steel construction company. The company relocates to Valkenburg aan¬†de¬†Geul and is renamed Staalbouw¬†Frijns.
1992: A third generation of Frijns moves into new factory space and offices in Valkenburg.
1996: Staalbouw¬†Frijns becomes Frijns Industrial Group consisting of Staalbouw¬†Frijns¬†BV, Frijns¬†Belgium¬†BVBA, Frijns¬†Industrial¬†GmbH and Frijns¬†Venray¬†BV.
2001: The Frijns¬†Projects business unit is established in Valkenburg and the Frijns¬†Plaatligger Produkties production unit is set up in Maastricht to focus on the manufacture of plate girders. This brings the total number of business units to four including Frijns¬†Steel¬†Construction in Valkenburg and Frijns¬†Metaalwerken in Venray.
2009:Frijns Industrial Group opens a production facility in the Middle East: Frijns Structural Steel Middle East produces steel for the petrochemical and process industries including all associated engineering, production, anti-corrosion, construction and assembly work.