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Takenaka Corporation
Address
Head Office 1-13 , 4-chome , Hommachi , chuo-ku , Osaka 541-0053
Tel
Osaka 06-6252-1201 ( International Department in Tokyo Main office 03-6810-5000 )
Fax
Osaka 06-6271-0398 ( International Department in Tokyo Main office 03-6660-6012 )
Home-page Address
http://www.takenaka.co.jp
Established
1899
Representative
President & CEO Toichi Takenaka
Main Business Line
Planning & Consulting , Design , Construction , Renewal , Technology & Engineering ,
Development , Maintenance
Overseas Offices
USA=New York , Chicago , Indianapolis , Honolulu

EUROPE=Dusseldorf , Valenciennes , Milano , Barcelona , London , Prague, Wroclaw , Budapest , Bucharest , Brussels , Amsterdam

MIDDLE EAST=Dubai ,

SOUTHEAST ASIA=Bangkok , Jakarta , Kuala Lumpur , Singapore

CHINA=Beijing , Shanghai ,Tianjin , Qingdao , Guangzhou
Major Projects〈Domestic〉
TOKYO TOWER, TOKYO DOME, SAPPORO DOME, NATIONAL THEATRE, HUKUOKA YAHOO DOME,
TOKYO MIDTOWN, SHIN-MARUNOUCHI BUILDING, MIDLAND SQUARE, CONRAD TOKYO,
KANSAI MEDICAL UNIVERSITY HIRAKATA HOSPITAL, IPS ALPHA TECHNOLOGY MAIN FACTORY
Major Projects〈Abroad〉
GRAND HYATT KAUAI RESORT & SPA(USA), AZIA CENTER(PRC), KIA MOTORS EUROPEAN, HEADQUARTERS & DESIGN CENTER(GERMANY), TOYOTA PARTS CENTER CZECH, REPUBLIC(CZECH), NEW ABU DHABI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PASSENGER TERMINAL, BUILDING(UAE), CHANGI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TERMINAL 1& 2(SINGAPORE),
SUVARNABHUMI AIRPORT(THAILAND), KUALA LUMPUR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT SATELLITE, BUILDING(MALAYSIA), KEPPEL TOWER(SINGAPORE), AYUTAYA BANK MAIN OFFICE(THAILAND), FOUR SEASONS REGENT, RESIDENCES JAKARTA(INDONESIA)

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Solutions

Pursuing comfort and economical efficiency for the workplace
―― Takenaka Corporation Tokyo Main Office

At Takenaka Corporation, when creating a workplace, we regard it as the creation of a strategically positioned site for business practice, and we provide individual solutions for our customers. In building Takenaka’s Tokyo main office, we clearly defined the standpoints as the owner, user and service provider, and adopted the same approach we extend to our customers. In order to create the best working environment, it is necessary to understand business processes and work styles, but it is also essential to provide optimum guidance to how people work with IT, and to aim at achieving a workplace that realizes appropriate costs on a long term basis.

Takenaka Corporation Tokyo Main Office (2004, Tokyo)
Design & Construction: Takenaka Corporation



Spectrum of Light Through Glass
―― AGC Monozukuri Quality Manufacturing Training Center
This is a training facility constructed on a lot within the Asahi Glass factory in Yokohama. The Training Wing boasts a glass-covered four story-high hall and lounge bathed in natural light. The construction materials were carefully selected to elicit the characteristics of glass-the client’s corporate identity.
The design concept is based on the spectrum of light passing through glass to reveal the sparkling quality of the medium. The building exterior features slits that condense the light, enhancing the visual effects of both the glass and the light passing through it.

AGC Monozukuri Quality Manufacturing Training Center (2006, Kanagawa)
Design & Construction: Takenaka Corporation

Superhigh-Rise Condo with Innovative Protection System
―― Island Tower Sky Club
Island Tower Sky Club, a superhigh-rise condominium in Fukuoka, is a building in harmony with its environment.
Its three buildings are connected by aerial yards. The condominium rises 42 stories above ground with a height of 145 meters and is attracting attention for its innovative baseisolation/motion-damping system, which makes its slender proportion possible. In addition to technology used to dampen wind-induced motion, the rooftops feature full-scale greening technology while the three aerial yards, named Sky Garden, incorporate the lift-up construction method.

Island Tower Sky Club (2008, Fukuoka)
Design: Tsukasa Architect Design Co., Ltd., Takenaka Corporation
Construction: Takenaka Corporation (JV)

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Topics 2007

New Landmark Commercial Complex GYRE
On November 2, 2007, GYRE, a new landmark commercial complex opened in Tokyo‘s popular shopping district, Omotesando area. Takenaka took part in the project not only as a designer/builder but also as a comprehensive developer producing the building concept through tenant leasing activities and promotion. This project also featured a new business model whereby Takenaka sold the facility to a REIT firm upon building completion which was fully let.
GYRE’s opening has had a tremendous impact on the area market which continues to attract strong attention.

Project Management & Direction: Takenaka Corporation
Design: MVRDV + Takenaka Corporation
Construction: Takenaka Corporation



Airport Projects Near Completion in the Middle East
Takenaka has participated in various airport projects through the years, including the Moi International Airport in Kenya (1978), the New Abu Dhabi International Airport in the U.A.E. (1980) and Changi International Airport in Singapore (1981). Now, with the Asian and Middle Eastern economies on the rise, many countries are accelerating their efforts to improve their own international airports. Applying its experience and abundant expertise, Takenaka is currently undertaking airport terminal projects in the Middle East.

Dubai International Airport-Finishing & MEP Package for
Terminal 3, Concourse 2 (UAE)
Design: Dar Al Handasha, Aeroports De Paris Engineering
QS Consultant: Trafalgar Technical Service-Page Kirkland
Construction: Al-Habtoor/Murray & Roberts/Takenaka (JV)

New Doha International Airport Emiri Terminal, Parking
Structure and Mosque (Qatar)
PM, Design, Supervision: Overseas Bechtel, Incorporated
Construction: Takenaka/Construction Development
Company JV

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Opening of Tokyo Midtown and Shin-Marunouchi Building
Two megaprojects in which Takenaka played a significant role were completed last year in Tokyo. In Spring 2007, the metropolitan landscape welcomed these new Tokyo landmarks: Tokyo Midtown (Minato-ku) and the Shin-Marunouchi Building (Chuo-ku). The Midtown Tower claims the title of tallest structure in Tokyo. Constructed on land once occupied by the former Defense Agency in Roppongi, the tower rises to a height of 248 meters; the Shin-Marunouchi Building rises 38 stories above the ground.





Shin-Marunouchi Building
Design: Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei Inc.
Construction: Takenaka Corporation





Tokyo Midtown
Core Architect: Nikken Sekkei Ltd
Master Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Landscape Design: EDAW, Inc.
Construction: Takenaka Corporation (JV)

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