The Overseas Construction Association of Japan

The Overseas Construction Association of Japan (OCAJI)

In August 1954, government agencies and organizations concerned launched a study on cooperation in connection with development projects in Southeast Asia and other regions and deliberated on the establishment of the Overseas Construction Association of Japan. In December of the year, a meeting of the preparatory committee for the establishment of the Overseas Construction Association of Japan was held.

After meetings of organizers, in February 16, 1955, the Overseas Construction Association of Japan consisting of six related public interest corporations was established as a voluntary organization.

On June 29, 1955, the voluntary association Overseas Construction Association of Japan was dissolved, and The Overseas Construction Association of Japan,Inc was established as an incorporated association.

OCAJI is a body consisting of leading Japanese construction companies established with the aim of promoting overseas activities of the construction industry and international cooperation.

OCAJI cooperates with Japanese construction companies in overseas projects, assists in international contribution through construction and engages in projects designed to promote international exchange with other countries.

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