SADE celebrated its 100 anniversary
France Major Project Department and Nuclear Activity Department are created.
SADE Services is created for realising housing works.
2008 - 2015
SADE follows its development abroad.
SADE's trading services are now recognised in some thirty countries across the world.
The SADE Télécom department was created in 2008.
In the 1980s, SADE obtained other contracts in Gabon then in Vietnam.
In 1976, SADE developed its telecommunications activities.
1970 - 1980
SADE organises its internationalisation project
Outlets were studied concurrently in Cameroon and the Central African Republic, leading to the development of the company’s activities in Burkina Faso (formerly the Republic of High Volta), Niger, Senegal, Gambia and Liberia through the 1970s to the 1980s.
1968 - 1970
Beginning of export activities
The concrete start-up of international activities took place between 1968 and 1970 with the creation of a joint-venture purporting to allow SADE to make a commercial proposal leading to the construction of the Abu Dhabi water supply and sewerage networks.
1969 - 1970
At the same time SADE's Regional Division of Rouen won a first contract carried out in 1969-1970 in Belgium prior to the company’s installation in the country.
Moving International projects
Export activities began with a design study file concerning water and sewerage networks for the future Libyan capital, Al Bayda, entrusted to SADE in 1967. However, the project was abandoned due to the country’s political context.
1950 - 1960
Two new departments are created
In the 1950s and 60s the company launched two new departments, one specialising in drinking water treatment and the other in the depollution of waste and industrial waters.
As early as 1919, SADE opened its own in-house Design Office to facilitate the setting up of complex contracts. SADE gradually developed and extended across France and set up or took over subsidiaries in France and abroad.
Société Auxiliaire des Distributions d’Eaux (SADE) is created.