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Kajima Corporation
3-1, Motoakasaka 1-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-8388, Japan (Head Office)
5-11, Akasaka 6-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-8348, Japan (International Division)
81-3-5544-1111 (Head Office)
81-3-5544-1477 (International Division)
81-3-6438-2700 (Head Office)
81-3-5544-1757 (International Division)
Home-page Address
Mitsuyoshi Nakamura, President
Main Business Line
Construction (Civil Engineering and Building Construction), Real Estate Development, Architectural Design, Civil Engineering Design, Engineering, and Other
Overseas Offices
Taipei, Beijing, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Makati City, Hanoi, Delhi, Colombo, Yangon, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Jakarta, Dubai , Istanbul, Cairo, Dar Es Salaam, London, Paris, Warsaw, Prague, New York, Los Angels, Atlanta, etc.
(For further details, visit our website at: http://www.kajima.co.jp/profile/network/index.htm
Major Projects〈Domestic〉
Kokugikan Sumo Arena
Nagano Olympic Memorial Arena
Roppongi Hills Mori Tower
Akihabara Crossfield
Tokyo Station City
The National Art Center
Honshu-Shikoku Bridge
Tokyo Wan Aqua Line
Miyagase Dam
Major Projects〈Abroad〉
Stockley Park, UK
Hotel Nikko Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia
Millenia Singapore, Singapore
Senayan Square, Indonesia
AT&T Park, USA
Suez Canal Bridge, Egypt

Kajima Corporation was founded in 1840 and quickly grew to become an industry leader in the field of construction, where it has remained as such ever since. Headquartered in Tokyo, Kajima’s global operations network has evolved in Asia, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and the United States in virtually every area of construction and real estate development. Kajima Group maintains an approximate workforce of over 15,000 employees around the globe. By generating annual consolidated sales of approximately 18 billion US dollars, Kajima ranks as one of the top construction firms in the world.
Our extensive experience and expertise in the development, design, and construction of all types of structures from dams, bridges and tunnels to skyscrapers, factories, commercial facilities and resorts has led to the Kajima name being well recognized worldwide. These prominent capabilities and a successful track record have also garnered us the respect, trust and confidence of our clients and the society, which is the key to our sustainable growth.

Construction Business
Although our second core business of Real Estate Development has made a remarkable growth, Construction remains our first core business, accounting for over 80% of our global revenues. It is divided into Building Construction such as office buildings, production plants, condominiums and other types of buildings, and Civil Engineering such as dams, bridges and tunnels, etc.


Roppongi Hills was developed as a complex of many cultural facilities with the concept of “Bunka Toshin (city center with culture)”.
Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, the main and symbolic building of Roppongi Hills, has adopted various construction-related high-technologies such as HiDAX (seismic control system developed by Kajima), radio wave absorbent walls, and two-layered super double-deck elevators.

SUEZ CANAL BRIDGE (Cantara, Egypt)
The only bridge over the Suez Canal, which connects the Mediterranean and Red Sea. It is 730 meters long in total with a 440-meter span between the main towers. The main towers, modeled after an ancient Egyptian obelisk, are
160 meters high. The bridge girder is positioned 70 meters above the water surface, making it the highest in the world.

Stretching gracefully across the waters of the Akashi – the strait located at the entrance of Osaka Bay – the 3,911 meters long Akashi Kaikyo Bridge construction required more than 10 years and the cumulative efforts of more than two million people to complete. The bridge was built in waters with depths of up to 110 meters to link Kobe, which is on Japan’s main island of Honshu, with Awaji Island. Completed in April 1998, the bridge stands as a shining testament to
the capabilities of Japanese technology.

Runway D will be the fourth runway at Tokyo International Airport, also known as Haneda Airport. The new runway will be 2.5 km in length and will run parallel to Runway B. Awarded under the design-build method of procurement, the project involves a hybrid construction method that combines land reclamation and steel pier construction. The project is divided into nine sections, of which Kajima is responsible for land reclamation work, connecting area construction, and jacket structure construction.

This roadway, designed to link together key focal points in metropolitan Tokyo, as a means of maintaining and enhancing the city’s functionality, extends for a total of 47 km.
Kajima was mainly responsible for constructing parts of the Yamate Tunnel—the Yoyogi Shield (approx. 2.7 km) linking the Route 3 Shibuya Line and Route 4 Shinjuku Line, and the Shinagawa Line Shield (outbound) section (approx. 8 km). The large-diameter curved pipe roof method developed by Kajima was used on the Shinjuku Line.


TAKIZAWA DAM (Saitama, Japan)
This is a dam on the Nakatsugawa River, a tributary of the Arakawa River. It was built to serve a number of functions,
including flood control, securing existing water intake, protection of the riverine environment, new water usage and
electricity generation. A concrete gravity dam with wall height of 132 m, length of 424 m, and volume of 1.67 million
m3, it has a storage capacity of 63 million m3.

Ten gigantic windmills were erected along the coast of Kashima City, Ibaraki Prefecture. These windmills are 118 m high at their tallest point, and have a power output of 2,000kW. The windmills generate electricity for approximately 12,000 households a year, and reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 18,000 t a year.

Japan’s fifth national art museum, which has been completed in Minato-ku, Tokyo.
It boasts the nation’s largest exhibition space. The wavy glass curtain wall extending 160 meters on the front blends well with the surrounding green, while allowing bright light to penetrate into the large atrium while blocking ultraviolet light.

SAITAMA STADIUM 2002 (Saitama, Japan)
Saitama Stadium 2002 is one of the largest stadiums in Asia, with a seating capacity of 63,700. To host the 2002 FIFA World Cup and ensure a year-round grass pitch for professional soccer games, Kajima developed and installed an extensive ground temperature control system to maintain a constant soil temperature for the turf.

This is one of Southeast Asia’s largest resort complexes, located on Sentosa Island off southern Singapore. Kajima Overseas Asia built three high-class hotels with a total of 980 rooms, Singapore’s first casino, a 1,600-seat theater, and a 500-meter long all-weather retail mall, among other facilities.

This 1,200 km motorway project, stretching across Algeria from east to west, is among the country’s biggest construction projects. Kajima’s consortium won the contract for the eastern section (about 400 km). Once the entire route is constructed, it will link Algeria with Tunisia and Morocco.


Real Estate Development
Kajima has led a number of real estate development projects such as offices, condominiums, hotels, and warehouses not only in Japan but in the United States, Southeast Asia, and Europe. The real estate development business utilizes a variety of development and financing schemes to maximize asset efficiency.

Kajima participated in this landmark redevelopment project at Tokyo Station both as one of the developers (GranTokyo South Tower) and one of the contractors. The 43-storied GranTokyo South Tower, which integrates office and retail facilities, was completed and started operation in 2007.

This redevelopment project, developed solely by Kajima, was fully completed in 2006, with our cutting-edge technologies. Located at the heart of Tokyo, the project consists of two skyscrapers: an office tower (23 stories above the ground) provided with the seismic control system and a condominium tower (41 stories above the ground) with a distinctive façade providing a high quality atmosphere.

SENAYAN SQUARE(Jakarta, Indonesia)
Senayan Square, a mixed-use redevelopment project consisting of office, residential and commercial facilities, sets a new standard of excellence for the bustling city of Jakarta. Kajima has led this landmark project as the developer and the contractor. Its third office tower construction commenced in 2008.


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