|Founded||(April 1, 2013) (through merger)|
|Headquarters||Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8658, Japan|
(Chairman of the Board of Directors)
|Revenue||JPY 407.9 billion (FY 2016) (US$ 3.7 billion) (FY 2016)|
|JPY 26.2 billion (FY 2016) (US$ 242.6 million) (FY 2016)|
Number of employees
|3,850 (consolidated, as of April 1, 2017)|
|Subsidiaries||Hazama Ando Kogyo|
Hazama Ando (Thailand)
Hazama Ando Singapore
Hazama Ando Malaysia
|Footnotes / references|
Hazama Ando Corporation (安藤ハザマ株式会社, Andō Hazama Kabushiki-gaisha), is one of the 10 biggest construction companies in Japan. It was launched in 2013 by the merger of the Hazama Corporation and Ando Corporation. It has overseas offices in Asia, especially in the South Asian countries like Nepal, as well as in the United States, Mexico, Central and South America.
The predecessors of the current company, Hazama and Ando, were established in 1889 and 1873 respectively. The two companies originally formed a capital and business tie-up in 2003, and were collaborating over order receipts and materials procurement before the merger.
- Tokyo's Ginza Subway Line (1933)
- Kanmon Bridge (1971)
- Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport - San Salvador (1980)
- One Raffles Place - Singapore (1986)
- Autopolis - Hita, Japan (1989)
- Kansai International Airport (1989)
- Tokyo Big Sight (1995)
- New Choluteca Bridge - Choluteca, Honduras (1998)
- Kelana Jaya Line underground section (Masjid Jamek-Ampang Park), 1998
- Petronas Twin Towers (Tower 1) - Kuala Lumpur (1998)
- Chubu Centrair International Airport (airport island reclamation) (2003)
- Hải Vân Tunnel (2005)
- Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway - Manila (2008)
- Algeria East–West Highway (eastern section) (2011)
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