ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AND ENGINEERING

Garnering the Trust of Society through Superior Design and Engineering Capabilities

At the core of Mitsubishi Estate's Architectural Design and Engineering Business are Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei Inc. (MJS) and MEC Design International Corporation. MJS engages in the design and administration of construction and civil engineering projects, building renovation work and projects related to urban and regional development as well as comprehensive consulting. MEC Design International is involved in interior design administration and construction projects.

Bolstering International Business Activities while Promoting Sure-Footed Business Development in Japan

In November 2011, Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei Inc. established Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei Architectural Design & Engineering (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., a local subsidiary. Reflecting the dramatic progress of urban development in China, the Group's Shanghai Representative Office, opened in 2007, has continued to report steady results on the back of growing demand for high-quality and appealing designs in the construction and urban architectural fields as well as advanced environmental and energy conservation technologies. Looking ahead, the Mitsubishi Estate Group will work to further expand consulting orders and increase its business throughout East Asia in the construction design, urban planning and eco-technology fields, areas of particular strength and expertise.

Major architectural design and engineering projects completed in fiscal 2011 include the Palace Hotel, Toyo Bunko and Kagoshima Chuo Terminal Building. In fiscal 2012, plans are in place to complete such reconstruction projects as the JP Tower, Kabuki-za Theater and Meiji University Nakano Campus. Moving forward, every effort will be made to secure architectural design and engineering orders for new construction and renovation projects, to address the growing need for high quality and eco-technologies, and to realize steady growth in all business fields, including construction management and district heating and cooling facilities.

Picture: Palace Hotel

Palace Hotel
The reputable Palace Hotel--located directly across from the Imperial Palace--is undergoing reconstruction. Plans comprise the construction of an office tower and a hotel tower. Hotel guestrooms will offer curved balconies. Other distinguishing features will include a main banquet hall that accentuates the harmony of water and greenery provided by the Wadakura moat and a chapel.

Picture: Toyo Bunko

Toyo Bunko
This project involves the reconstruction of a library and research institute dedicated to the study of Asian history and culture. The facility will include an exhibition room for the public display of treasured materials from every region of Asia. An adjoining structure will be open to the general public and feature a cafe area.

MEC Design International Corporation (MDI) Celebrating Its 40th Anniversary

In March 2012, MDI celebrated its 40th anniversary. As a comprehensive interior consulting office, MDI offers a "one-stop" full-line of services. In addition to consulting services covering design, project, facility and other management for every possible structure including offices, residences, entertainment and commercial facilities, meeting spaces, and environments, the company is active in contracting, construction and furniture sales. MDI is dedicated to providing the highest quality services.

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