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Cushman & Wakefield Obtains Special Construction License


TOKYO, May 9, 2019Cushman & Wakefield (Japan) is pleased to announce that it has obtained the Special Construction License for its construction consulting entity, Cushman & Wakefield Construction Godo Kaisha (CWCGK). The details of the license, which was secured in April 2019 are as follows:

License Number:

 Tokyo Metropolitan Governor (Special-31) No. 146638

Licensed Period:

 April 9, 2019 to April 8, 2024

Licensed Business:

 Full Construction and Fit-out Construction Activities

CWCGK has been providing turn-key and construction consulting services since its establishment as a General Construction Licensed entity in March 2017. The addition of the Special Construction License will allow the company to deliver larger construction projects and offer a wider range of construction advisory, consulting and management solutions tailored to meet the diverse needs of its clients.

Todd Hanrahan, Senior Director and Head of Project & Development Services, Japan at Cushman & Wakefield said, “Securing the Special Construction License is an important and exciting development for our business in Japan. It opens up more opportunities for us to extend our service offering to a wider client base and to further grow our construction consulting services business in this market. It is also aligned with Cushman & Wakefield’s continuous commitment to support our clients in making optimal business decisions through the delivery of client-centric solutions that address both their current and future challenges.”

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