By popularizing the Implant Method™ globally, GIKEN SEKO is reducing environmental impacts, protecting lives and property from earthquakes, tsunamis and other natural disasters, and contributing toward the achievement of the SDGs, which aim to create a sustainable society.
Growing individually and as a company by addressing social issues and contributing toward the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Building robust infrastructure with high disaster resilience
GIKEN SEKO is developing robust and sustainable urban infrastructure by proposing and popularizing Implant™ Structure that can be built quickly and are highly resilient to earthquakes, tsunamis, and floods. Without requiring construction of temporary works, these structures enable rapid reconstruction even in dangerous, disaster-affected areas.
Dramatically reducing CO₂ emissions through temporary work free construction
SILENT PILER™ is a self-moving press-in machine that completes the full press-in process while moving with all related equipment across the top of already installed piles. This eliminates the temporary works that are required with conventional construction methods, including manufacturing, transporting, installing and removing temporary materials. It also makes it possible to dramatically reduce CO₂ emissions while also reducing construction costs and construction periods.