Representative project introduction
Participating in major projects of general contractors with information gathering and product development capabilities
In the field of civil engineering materials, Tachibana Materials has been participating in big projects that have a long history of construction, such as Kansai International Airport, Tokyo Bay Aqua-Line, and Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, and has achieved brilliant results.
Construction of the foundation of a building, which is said to be a battle with the ground, is a series of severe conditions, and the larger the project, the more advanced technology is required. Tachibana Materials has accumulated experience and know-how in such fields, and has built up a track record.
List of Participating Projects (Domestic)
- Tokyo Bay Aqua Line Project
- Kawasaki Jukan Road Project
- Akashi Kaikyo Bridge
- Kansai International Airport
- many others
The Tachibana brand is also active in overseas projects.
All industries are entering a borderless era.
The construction materials industry is no exception. From developing countries in Asia to developed countries in Europe and the United States, we are demonstrating our technological capabilities overseas as a member of Japanese joint ventures. In particular, we are actively participating in shield construction, which is highly evaluated overseas, mainly in the clean-back construction method of the plastic backfill injection system.
List of Participating Projects (Overseas)
|UK CTRL Project Section 220
Ireland Dublin Port Tunnel Project
Bulgaria Sofia Metro Project
Turkey Bosphorus Strait Tunnel Project
|dubai metro project
|China Shanghai Road Tunnel Project
China Shanghai Tui Road Project
China Shanghai Metro Project
China Tianjin Metro Project
India Delhi Metro Project
Thailand Bangkok Metro Project Singapore Metro Project Taiwan Taipei Metro Project
Taiwan Kaohsiung Metro Project
|Australia Gold Coast Desalination Project
Sydney Desalination Project Melbourne Sewerage Project
USA JTMT-BWARI Sewerage Project
Seattle Beacon Hill Subway Project
New York Queens Bored Subway Project