History

As part of the family company Finja, founded in 1957 by Kaj Andersson, Finja Prefab’s history started in Hässleholm 1987 when we started manufacturing prefabricated walls for agricultural and industrial buildings.

Since then, the company has grown significantly both through acquisitions and a market expansion. The new acquisitions started with the factory in Borensberg in 1997 and our latest addition is our eighth factory which we established in Strängnäs during spring 2021.

See list below with acquisitions.

After building mainly agricultural and industrial frameworks, we began to build frames for one-family houses and smaller apartment buildings during the years 2001–2007.

Our current concept for apartment buildings, Sustainable Homes, was launched in 2012.

Finja Prefab’s first external CEO, Kaj Grönvall, started in 2015. In 2016, our new vision, business concept and strategy were launched, which involved investment in employees, safety and sustainability and at the same time a clear focus on being a full-service frame contractor with our own resources.

With a very good development between the years 2016-2020 Finja Prefab’s sales have doubled and increased from SEK 550 million to SEK 1 billion.

As of January 2021, Finja Prefab is owned by K-Fastigheter. Together with our new owner, we look forward to continued growth with a long-term perspective.

Acquisition of new facilities

Year Location Former name
1997 Borensberg Bragnells
1998 Hultsfred HTH
1999 Östra Grevie Östra Grevie Cementgjuteri
2008 Katrineholm KC-Betong
2010 Vara TMC-Betong
2016 Bollebygd Rented premises from Skanska Grundläggning
2021 Strängnäs Kilen Prefab