Welcome from the President
The environment surrounding our country’s construction industry today is characterized by several key challenges. Although short-term investment in the construction industry has increased owing to the need to rebuild the area affected by the East Japan Great Earthquake and Tsunami disaster, over the longer term much-needed public investments are likely to decline. Making the situation worse is the trend for private capital investments being made overseas due to the economic slowdown and decreased domestic demand, which contributes to further shrinking of the domestic market. Under these challenging conditions it is likely that construction industry orders will also be affected.
In the midst of such circumstances, Fujita is more determined than ever to continue to deliver the highest level of satisfaction to its Clients. Our resolve is supported by the expertise we have gained in construction and urban renewal during the 100 year-long history, and by desire to make the best possible contribution to the rebuilding of the disaster-affected areas.
At the same time, we can capitalize on our strengths by identifying and positioning ourselves in emerging markets and sectors. These include overseas business undertakings focused in Asia, including China; “stock business” activities related to building operation and maintenance (O&M); and environmental business associated with air, water, and soil. In such way, we are confident of increasing business value for our Clients by offering them a “total solution”.
To realize our corporate philosophy of “Building the Next 100 Years”, I humbly ask for your continued support and encouragement in Fujita’s efforts to contribute to our society, community and clients doing what we do best: creating livable urban environments.
Mr. Takuji Ueda, President
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History of Fujita
Steel-frame work of Metropolitan Police Department
Reconstruction work of tower of Hiroshima Castle
Tokyo Olympic Games memorial tower in Komazawa park
- Fujita becomes a wholly-owned subsidiary of Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd. following a stock transfer from Fujita Holdings Ltd. to Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd.
- Fujita corporation celebrates its 100th year in business.
- Fujita Corporation was delisted and became fully owned by Fujita Holdings Co.,Ltd.
- The medium-term management planning "Fujita Step-Up plan" commences.
Goldman Sachs participates in the management of Fujita Corporation.
ISO9001 and ISO14001 are obtained.
New Fujita Corporation is incorporated by the corporate division and takes over the company name and construction business sector.
Company stock is listed on the second section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange..
ISO14001 is obtained by the Tokyo Branch – the first time for a general construction company.
ISO9001 is obtained by all domestic branches.
- ISO9001 is obtained by the Tokyo Branch Building Construction Management Department and head office Architectural Design Department．
- Construction begins on a series of check-dams on Mount Unzen-Fugen (an active volacano in Kyushu Japan ) started using unmanned construction techniques.
- The name of company is changed from Fujitakougyo to Fujita and the company slogan "Creating Superior Environments" is introduced.
- Construction of "OMIYA Sonic City (Hall)" is completed.
- Corporate philosophy is introduced.
- Head office relocates to Yaesu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo.
- Completion of "LaLaport" – the first regional shopping center in Japan, was completed.
- Research and development begins into the application of microelectronics technologies in the construction industry.
Construction of "Osaka Marubiru", the round skyscraper building close to JR Osaka Station, is completed.
Construction of the Hamana section of the "Seikan tunnel (Honshu gateway)" is completed.
- The name of company is changed from Fujita-gumi to Fujitakougyo.
- The large roof built up for the Japan World Expo Park is jacked up to 30 meters high.
- The value engineering technique is introduced.
- The Tokyo Olympic Games memorial tower in Komazawa park wins BCS AWARDS.
- Company stock is were listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
- The construction of the Amagasaki section of the "Meishin Expressway" is completed – the first expressway road in Japan
- Company stock is listed on the second section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
A technical research center is founded.
Fujita-gumi goes public to the Tokyo market.
- First long-range management planning commences
- The head office is destroyed in air raids and the Hiroshima branch is damaged by the Atomic bomb.
- The name of company is changed from Hiroshima Fujita-gumi to Fujita-gumi.
- Hiroshima Fujita-gumi is incorporated and the head office is moved in Marunouchi, Tokyo.
- A contract for steel-framework for the Metropolitan Police Department is awarded to Fujita.
- A branch is opened in Tokyo.
- A local office is opened in Kokura, Kyushu and the name "Hiroshima Fujita-gumi" begins to be used as the business name.
- The Fujita brothers start their engineering-works construction contract business in Hiroshima. ￼