Japan's big six: case studies of Japan's largest contractors
Essential reading for the design and construction industry to understand the Japanese construction business. Table of Contents: This Shrinking World; Kajima Corporation--A Chemistry and One Half of Integrity; Takanaka Corporation--A Japanese Dynasty; Obayashi Corporation--Renaissance for the 21st Century; Kumagai Gumi Co., Ltd.--Creating the Buildings and Infrastructure Sociey Requires; Taisei Corporation--Building "For a Lively World; " Shimizu Corporation--Striving for Excellence; Big Six Research and Development; What Does it all Mean? Index. 70 illustrations.
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This Shrinking World
Japanese Business Philosophy
Kajima CorporationA Century and a Half of Integrity
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