May 19, 2017

Takenaka Expands Users of Proprietary Wood Technology for Seismic Upgrades, Building Structural Components

Takenaka Expands Users of Proprietary Wood Technology for Seismic Upgrades, Building Structural Components
Due to deregulation and efforts to revitalize Japan's domestic forestry industry, the use of wood in buildings is drawing attention. Takenaka Corp., a leading Japanese construction company, is promo...
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