Marius van den Hoogenhoff takes over the sawmill from cousin Martien v.d. Hoogenhoff.
In the early years, among other things, oak beams were cut for the construction of mills.
Construction 1st storage shed where oak wood was stored after it was cut.
Construction 2nd storage shed for oak wood storage.
Construction 1st drying chambers to artificially dry wood in-house
Construction 3rd storage shed and expansion of drying capacity by building drying rooms 3 + 4
Built 4th storage shed for wet wood storage, plus an enclosed area for stacking the dried wood. Also built a new office.
Demolition of old sawmill and new construction of storage shed/sawmill.
Construction of drying chambers 5 + 6 + 7 + 8
Expansion of wet wood storage shed, new construction of 5th storage shed, construction of canopy for truck loading and unloading and construction of drying rooms 9, 10, 11 and 12.
Office expansion by building a 2nd floor on the existing office.