Seafco has been certified for Quality Management System Standard. (ISO 9001: 2015)
Seafco has registered the changed of par value from 1.00 baht per share to 0.50 baht per share.
The first bored pile, barrettes and diaphragm walls project of SEAFCO in Myanmar. This 29-storey condominium project will be one of the highest buildings in Yangon. It will also mark as the first deepest three-level basement car park in Yangon.
The first SEAFCO cut and cover tunnel project in Bangkok. The project consists of diaphragm wall, bored pile, underground structure and road works.
The first Diaphragm wall work of SEAFCO in Singapore.
Seafco changed the par value from Baht 100 to Baht 1 and raised Baht 90 million form the existing shareholders at the price of Baht 1.00 per share, increasing the paid up capital to Baht 210million. Seafco became a public company on March 18, 2004. and listed in www.settrade.com on September 3, 2004.
First underground car park project in Bangkok that SEAFCO worked as a main contractor.
First cross-shape barrette in Thailand. This cross-shape barrette was designed to resist large lateral load for monopole transmission constructed in limited working space.
Seafco increased its capital to 120 million Baht, and changed a par value from Baht 1,000 to Baht 100.
The first deep foundation for expressway project by SEAFCO. Toe grouting to increase Large Diameter Bored Piles capacity was adopted.
Seafco made an agreement with Soletanche Enterprice, a well known French company to construct diaphragm walls in Thailand that Seafco would get the projects in which Soletanche would under take the diaphragm wall work. Soletanche and Seafco later separated in getting the projects on their own.
The first Large Diameter Bored Piles project by SEAFCO in Bangkok after equipment and staff were transferred from STENT-SEAFCO.
Seafco sold its investment in Balfour Beaty Thai to Stent Foundations, but purchased the remaining equipment and transferred employees form the joint venture company to Seafco.
The first Deep Diaphragm Wall for top-down construction with six - level in Bangkok basement, which was the deepest on Thailand during that period.
The first wet-processed bored piles constructed by STENT-SEAFCO.
Joined with Stent Foundation Company Limited, a well known company from UK and set up a joint venture company called "Stent Seafco", specialization in construction of large diameter bored piles, with a registered capital of 3 million Baht. Stent Seafco later changed its name to Balfour Beaty Thai.
It was incorporated on December 19, 1974, with a registered capital of 3 million baht (paid up capital of Baht 1.5million) with a par value of Baht 1,000. The company focused on construction of small diameter bored piles.