Chủ Nhật, 6 tháng 11, 2011

KUME SEKKEI IN DBONLINE

Kume Sekkei spent 2010 pushing into overseas markets, namely China and Vietnam, a strategy that will continue this year. Well-placed to exploit emerging Asian markets, it has bullish plans to increase its foreign income from 10% to 15% within three years. President and CEO Yukio Yamada said: “Keeping our principal market in Japan, we aim to become the representative firm in Asia by continuing to provide our ‘one-stop solution’ services.”
Kume has also been focusing on eco-architecture, though the education and medical sectors have been strongest. This year it hopes to develop its defence work and transport, despite finding that the latter shrank last year.
Kume completed four projects in 2010: an office, retail, hotel and entertainment complex for Tokyo Broadcasting System in the capital’s historic Akasaka district; Tokyo International Air Cargo Terminal; a medical service centre for the Japanese Red Cross; and a government building for the Ministry of Education.
This year it expects to complete seven projects including two medical buildings, two university projects and offices for the Bank of Japan.

POSITION IN WA100 2011: 31

Country: Japan
Last ranking: 27
Architects employed: 364
Website: www.kumesekkei.co.jp/en

CONTACT DETAILS

Tokyo
2-1-22 Shiomi
Koto-ku
Tokyo, Japan 135-8567
Japan
Tel: +8 135 632 7802


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