The Tokyo (Haneda) International Airport Offshore Development Project (phases I, II and III) ran from 1984 to 1999, and JAC was involved in the development and expansion at many levels.
Continually, the projects of extension of the C runway, the construction of the D runway were performed.
In this stage, also, JAC performed a wide range of work in such areas as airfield facilities, lighting system, and CNS/ATM facilities.
In conjunction with these and other improvements at the airport, JAC performed studies, planning, design, construction monitoring, process control and other tasks.
Our work also included planning, design and author’s supervision for Terminal 1, the airport's largest passenger terminal with the nickname "Big Bird".
Many works are still on being implemented for expansion and improvement of Tokyo (Haneda) Airport and JAC will also be continue to be involved.
Recent JAC projects
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