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
2015 Completion of the merger of Daiwa Odakyu Construction Co., Ltd. and Fujita Corporation”.
2013 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.
2010 Fujita corporation celebrates its 100th year in business.
2009 Fujita Corporation is delisted and became fully owned by Fujita Holdings Co.,Ltd.
2007 The medium-term management planning "Fujita Step-Up plan" commences.
2005 Goldman Sachs participates in the management of Fujita Corporation.
ISO9001 and ISO14001 are obtained.
2002 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.
1997 ISO14001 is obtained by the Tokyo Branch – the first time for a general construction company.
ISO9001 is obtained by all domestic branches.
1996 ISO9001 is obtained by the Tokyo Branch Building Construction Management Department and head office Architectural Design Department.
1994 Construction begins on a series of check-dams on Mount Unzen-Fugen (an active volcano in Kyushu Japan ) started using unmanned construction techniques.
1990 The name of company is changed from Fujitakougyo to Fujita and the company slogan "Creating Superior Environments" is introduced.
1988 Construction of "OMIYA Sonic City (Hall)" is completed.
1986 Corporate philosophy is introduced.
1981 Completion of "LaLaport" – the first regional shopping center in Japan, was completed.
1978 Research and development begins into the application of microelectronics technologies in the construction industry.
1976 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.
1971 The name of company is changed from Fujita-gumi to Fujitakougyo.
1970 The large roof built up for the Japan World Expo Park is jacked up to 30 meters high.
1968 The value engineering technique is introduced.
1965 The Tokyo Olympic Games memorial tower in Komazawa park wins BCS AWARDS.
1963 Company stock is listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
1962 The construction of the Amagasaki section of the "Meishin Expressway" is completed – the first expressway road in Japan
1961 Company stock is listed on the second section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
1960 A technical research center is founded.
Fujita-gumi goes public to the Tokyo market.
1959 First long-range management planning commences
1948 Head office relocates to Yaesu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo.
1945 The head office is destroyed in air raids and the Hiroshima branch is damaged by the Atomic bomb.
1942 The name of company is changed from Hiroshima Fujita-gumi to Fujita-gumi.
1937 Hiroshima Fujita-gumi is incorporated and the head office is moved in Marunouchi, Tokyo.
1928 A contract for steel-framework for the Metropolitan Police Department is awarded to Fujita.
1910 The Fujita brothers start their engineering-works construction contract business in Hiroshima.