Summer has arrived! The rainy season has passed, and temperatures have soared up in cities throughout Japan. These extreme temperatures, combined with high humidity, bring with them dangers such as heat strokes. As the heat continues over the next few weeks, we hope everyone remembers to stay hydrated and well!
Many projects and programs are making strides at our MakiBiz office. We are excited to begin supporting the eight businesses that were carefully selected through the RFP program, and these will be moving forward quickly over the coming months. In Kamaishi, an insightful community engagement workshop was recently held for the Kamaishi Park for All project, and the design continues to be refined with community input. Additionally, we have been providing consultation services as always, and round two of business seminars have been taking place at MakiBiz. Find out more below.
High temperatures will continue over the following weeks. Please take care of your health.
Park for All in Kamaishi - 75% SD/DD
Shizugawa Fishermen's Workspace "Banya" - Completed Feb/2013Maeami-hama Community House - Completed Feb/2013Kitakami "We Are One" Market and Youth Center - Completed Dec/2012 Akahama Covered Alley- Completed Jul/2012 Oshika House - Women's Collaborative- Completed Jul/2012 Paper Crane Sculpture - Completed Jan/2012 Shizugawa Judo Juku - Completed Dec/2011 Ohya Green Sports Park - Completed Dec/2011 Hikado Marketplace - Completed Jul/2011
CA Construction Administration ; CD Construction Documents ; DD Design Development ; SD Schematic Design ; PD Pre-Design - About the Phases
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