ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AND ENGINEERING

Overview

  • As a full-service architectural design and engineering firm, we have extensive experience in urban planning covering such areas as the design and management of buildings for various applications and proposal-based consulting, including large-scale complex developments in the Marunouchi area, and the design of underground spaces that take into account traffic conditions.
  • We undertake design and management with an in-depth understanding of operation, maintenance, and management from the perspectives of business operators and clients based on experience cultivated as a comprehensive developer’s in-house design office.
  • We have access to a wealth of information on China and Southeast Asian countries through a network centered on local subsidiaries established in Shanghai and Singapore.
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Business Strategies

  • In addition to handling design project orders from within the Group and from long-established clients, the Architectural Design & Engineering Business is working closely with the Business Development, Client Relations & Solutions Group to win new orders.
  • Besides construction management work involving the comprehensive management of projects such as construction schedules, budgets, and quality control, we are focusing on winning orders in renovation and other growth fields in order to expand our earnings base.
  • We provide technological support to Group companies and seek to generate synergies therewith.
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Sustainability Initiative

Support for Acquisitions of ZEB and BELS Certifications by Examining the Possibility of Reducing CO2 Emissions for an Entire Portfolio and Making Proposals

Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei Inc. was commissioned by the Japan Real Estate Investment Corporation (JRE) to examine the possibility of reducing CO2 emissions for its entire portfolio and to identify properties that could be converted to net-zeroenergy buildings (ZEB)*1 while carrying out concrete examinations aimed at converting such properties to net-zero-energy buildings. Specifically, Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei proposed methods for reducing CO2 emissions by analyzing building age, building envelope performance, building scale, and air-conditioning and lighting systems. Based on the analysis results, JRE set a target of converting between five and 10 of its properties to net-zero-energy buildings by 2030. As a first step toward achieving this target, JRE acquired ZEB Ready*2 certification at the design stage and a five-star rating under the Building- Housing Energy-efficiency Labelling System (BELS) for its Higashi-Gotanda 1-Chome Building.

*1 Buildings with annual primary energy consumption of net zero or less

*2 As advanced buildings in anticipation of ZEB certification, buildings awarded ZEB Ready certification are those with primary energy consumption that has been reduced more than 50% compared with standard primary energy consumption, excluding renewable energy.

View of Higashi-Gotanda 1-Chome Building

View of Higashi-Gotanda 1-Chome Building

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CORPORATE INFORMATION

  • A MESSAGE FROM THE MANAGEMENT
  • ABOUT MITSUBISHI ESTATE
  • PROFILE OF MITSUBISHI ESTATE
  • CORPORATE BRAND
  • SAFETY AND SECURITY
  • CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
  • GROUP COMPANIES