Daiwa House Group projects have begun to spread across the world. Here, we introduce a few of the Group's employees in the front line who are working hard behind the scenes to make everything a success.
Daiwa House Industry DX has entered a new phase. Introducing DX to construction sites will transform the way employees work while also bringing innovation to Japan’s construction industry.
With our hotels as a stepping off point, lets unlock more adventurous journeys in Japan. Medium-to long-term stay-type apartment hotels that offer group accommodation are at the forefront of a new market in Japan.
Regenerating buildings back into society, we are fulfilling our responsibility as a builder. In our pursuit of this grand dream we launched “Livness,” a real estate stock business that spans the Daiwa House Group.
The redevelopment of Osaka Marubiru, a building that holds landmark status in Osaka, will express the appreciation and hopes for the future of all the hotel staff who have welcomed so many of our guests.
Sixteen creators invited from around the world will redesign public toilets in Shibuya. Our young employees in their 20s and 30s jump into the project that echoes the spirit of the company’s founder.
A mega solar power plant was completed in Namie Town, Fukushima Prefecture, which is one of the largest in size in the prefecture. The power plant project aims to unite the hearts of residents scattered throughout Japan due to evacuation and to preserve their hometown for future generations.
Daiwa House Industry’s founder once predicted that “The twenty-first century will be wind, solar, and hydro.” Its DREAM Wind Ehime Seiyo project to make that idea a reality in the form of wind energy was completed in 2020.
Following world trends, significant changes are underway in Japan’s construction industry. As one of the pioneers, Daiwa House Industry is in the process of introducing “D’s BIM,” a revolutionary workflow.
In Toyama, a city that exemplifies the future of sustainable urban development, Daiwa Lease teamed up with the city to undertake a public-private partnership for creating more vibrant urban spaces.
Fujita is a construction company with a history stretching back more than 100 years. Against a backdrop of in which more and more of the country's infrastructure is aging, they took on the task of removing Japan's first ever concrete dam.
Daiwa LifeNext, part of the Daiwa House Group, employs numerous elderly people as building managers for condominiums. They have high hopes of continuing to work the rest of their lives.
To help people who lost their homes in the 2011 earthquake and tsunami,we at Daiwa House speeded up our provision of post-disaster public housing.This was in line with the corporate DNA established by our founder. We aim to reestablish safe and comfortable lives for the people of these communities as swiftly as possible.
A pioneer in the industrialization of housing, Daiwa House Industry leads the way in designing homes for Japan, where earthquakes are a part of life. Learning the lessons of major earthquakes, we have begun to develop new ways of building homes – methods that depart from accepted wisdom.
Daiwa House Industry has commenced a rental housing business in the United States, with the aim of expanding our operations across the entire country. There's now a new face in the US housing industry!
Boosting economic growth in other countries by helping Japanese companies set up operations there Industrial parks in Vietnam and Indonesia serve as ideal overseas business bases for corporate managements with the "can-do" spirit.
Daiwa House Industry, whose business operations center on construction, has developed a vegetable-grower unit aimed at helping "industrialize" agriculture. This work was undertaken by our research staff, who boldly tackled a large number of difficult issues.
Daiwa House Industry was the first company in Japan to make industrialized housing a reality.Proud of these achievements, we will change the preconceptions held by Malaysians regarding houses.