At the Japan Olympics in 2020 a Dutch company is seeking companies in Japan to help build a number of temporary pavilions for sponsors and the IOC. The Dutch company is looking for Japanese partners who can work together to create the best possible experience for the international clients.
The Dutch company is an exhibition company, established in 1912, with a strong history in a wide array of exhibitions and special events built all over the world.
They are looking for companies capable of being a partner to build pavilions during the Olympics in 2020.
What the company is asking for in the partners is a capability to work within tight time constraints, think creatively and be resourceful when looking for solutions.
The prospective partner will have experience in building large scale temporary, architectural, pavilions and the fit out of these pavilions to high grade specifications.
Furthermore the people working with the Dutch company will be able to read, write and speak English at a technical level.
- Type of partner sought: The partner must be able to provide design capability, drafts-work and detailed costings of the projects and proposals.
Having their own production capabilities is an advantage.
- Specific area of activity of the partner: Partners must be capable of working to strict time deadlines, be able to think out of the box and be resourceful when looking for solutions.
The prospective partner will have experience in building large scale temporary, architectural, pavilions and be able to work with high grade specifications.
Furthermore the people working with the partner will be able to read, write and speak English at a technical level.
Working with this company on these projects opens up the possibility for future cooperations.
It also offers a chance to experience, first hand, how a close, synergetic working relationship between client, design and contractor can result in successful and attractive projects.
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