In recent years, Japan has been hit by a number of natural disasters, including earthquakes, floods, and landslides. To enable people to live without fear of such disasters, it is essential that they have the technological resources to prevent and minimize damage. Other social requirements include the proper maintenance of the existing infrastructure, and ensuring the safety of this infrastructure over the long term. By applying its expertise acquired through various aspects of the construction business, Tobishima helps provide a safer living environment.
The disaster prevention cycle comprises four elements: damage mitigation, constructing disaster prevention facilities, including earthquake-resistant buildings and dams; preparedness, which entails disaster prevention training; an emergency response, which includes rescue and the prevention of secondary damage; and reconstruction and recovery.
Tobishima aims to fulfill its social responsibility as a general contractor in every stage of the damage prevention cycle.
Tobishima provides support for renovations taking into account all aspects of a structure’s age, in order to pass on a reliable infrastructure to future generations.