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In order to respond to an increasing demand for domestic airline capacity, as well as growth in international traffic, a new expansion project was planned for The Tokyo International Airport (Haneda). The expansion project consisted of the new 2,500 meter long D-Runway, the international passenger terminal, the cargo terminal, and all of the apron facilities. Since the D-Runway is situated at the mouth of the Tamagawa River, it was decided to construct a hybrid structure combining a piled-elevated platform (jacket type) and land reclamation so that it would not obstruct the flow of the river. In August 2010, the D-runway was completed.
Toa Corporation was one of the major Japanese construction companies involved in the construction of the D-Runway which was completed in a short period of about three and a half years.
The contract for the construction of a new multi-purpose terminal in La Union was awarded to Toa Corporation in 2005. Local labor force and organizations were actively involved in the project implementation. As a result, the construction phase of the project has greatly contributed to the local community through providing job opportunities for the local residents from the project commencement until its completion. This challenging project has become the largest project funded in this region by the Japanese Government .
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