November of 1954：SBC，named as Wuhan Iron and Steel Construction Company.
March of 1956：Renamed as Wuhan Metallurgical Construction Corporation.
January of 1963：Renamed as Wuhan Metallurgical Construction Company.
1964：Renamed as China First Metallurgical Construction Company.
May of 1966：Divide into two companies： One is CFMCC; another one was named as the 19th Metallurgical Construction Company.
1974：The 19th MCC Company sent a team named as MCC 19th Company Headquarters of Wu Steel 1700 Hot Rolling Mill project.
September of 1978：The team came to Shanghai, and became Shanghai Baosteel Project 19th MCC Company Sub-headquarter.
June of 1981：Shanghai Baosteel 19th MCC Company Sub-headquarters was separated from 19th MCC Company, and became Shanghai Branch of 19th MCC Company, directly under the Ministry of Metallurgical Industry of China.
June 4th, 1986：Shanghai Branch of 19th MCC Company was restructured as Shanghai Baosteel Metallurgical Construction Company.
March of 1998：After the establishment of MCC Group, Shanghai Baosteel Metallurgical Construction Company was under the supervision of MCC Group and became the wholly-owned subsidiaries of MCC Group.
January 15th, 2003：Shanghai Baosteel Metallurgical Construction Company restructured as Shanghai Baoye Construction Company.
February of 2010：Shanghai Baoye Construction Company was restructured as Shanghai Baoye Group Corp., Ltd; and the registered capital was increased from 360 million RMB to 473.6 million RMB.
April of 2014：Registered capital was increased from 473.6 million RMB to 1.8 billion RMB.
November of 2015:Registered capital was increased from 1.8 billion RMB to 2.3 billion RMB.
November 18th, 2016:Shanghai Baoye Group Co., Ltd. merged with Beris Engineering and Research Corporation.