Kaga Micro Solution Fukushima factory
A new plant development project in Sugakawa City, Fukushima Prefecture, to complement the existing Yamagata Plant. The client was initially not intended to involve the CM for the project, but decided to appoint us for professional assistance. Our mission was to handle various issues that are beyond in-house manpower or expertise, including issues around cost, schedule, authority relations. As a facility strategist, Yamashita PMC contributed to resolve issues by executing response programs in terms of identification of architectural requirements, application to the relevant subsidies, and cost and schedule management. The plant was successfully launched offering pleasant environment to the employees. With its uniqueness, the plant also attracts local interest which contributes to the talent hiring, as well as the marketing effect.
|Business owner||Kaga Micro Solution Co., Ltd.|
|Location||Sukagawa, Fukushima Prefecture|
|Total floor area||6,926.14m2|
|Number of floors||2 floors above ground|
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Amidst the ever-evolving compositions and demands of market, more and more businesses are attempting to innovate management strategies and review R&D positioning. In the past, the R&D facilities are typically planned, maintained and operated mainly by initiative of the R&D department itself. However, recent R&D initiatives are more influenced by business management strategies, from the planning phase all the way to the operation phase. The key for success in such projects is a solid “R&D business strategy” which directly links to the management. What is essential in building a R&D business strategy is the integration of top-down decisions from the business management, and bottom-up proposals from R&D operations, based on which to structure the facility.