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Employment History

Manager, Overseas Building Construction Division

Obayashi Corporation


Managing Officer of the Overseas Building Construction Division

Obayashi Corporation


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www.guampdn.com

Project under way: A groundbreaking ceremony for a new hospital on Naval Hospital Guam installation was held yesterday. From left: Ryuichi Irahara, director of Overseas Division for Obayashi Corporation; Rich Lamb, chief operating officer for WEBCORP; Denny Watts, president for Watts Constructors; David Parker, director of Architecture for Sherlock, Smith and Adams, Inc.; Rear Adm. Paul Bushong, Commander Joint Region Marianas; Maj. Gen. Benny Paulino, adjutant general for the Guam National Guard; Rear Adm. C. Forrest Faison, III, Commander Navy Medicine West and Naval Medical Center San Diego; Capt. Kevin Haws, Commanding Officer Naval Hospital Guam; Capt. Peter Lynch, commanding officer NAVFAC Marianas; and Capt. Daryl Daniels, executive officer Naval Hospital Guam.
From left: Ryuichi Irahara, director of Overseas Division for Obayashi Corporation; Rich Lamb, chief operating officer for WEBCORP; Denny Watts, president for Watts Constructors; David Parker, director of Architecture for Sherlock, Smith and Adams, Inc.; Rear Adm.


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Said Senior Managing Officer Ryuichi Irahara, who heads the Overseas Building Construction Division of Obayashi, "Obayashi is confident that Webcor is a wonderful addition to our group, and together with the acquisition of John S. Clark in 2005, this strategic move will further strengthen our building construction business in the United States." We expect more acquisitions to follow," said Irahara.


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"Obayashi is planning to aggressively expand its construction activities in the United States to take advantage of the country's thriving construction and real estate environment," said Ryuichi Irahara, the managing officer of the overseas building construction division of Obayashi.


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Mr. Ryuichi Irahara, the Managing Officer who heads the Overseas Building Construction Division of Obayashi, said, "This acquisition will help us grow our building construction presence in the United States."Obayashi Corporation has engaged in a number of notable civil engineering projects throughout the country including the completed San Antonio Flood Control Tunnel and the, currently under construction, Hoover Dam Bridge.Beyond the projects Obayashi handles directly, its building operations are managed by E.W. Howell Co., Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary in New York, and James E. Roberts-Obayashi Corporation, an affiliate in Northern California.Mr. Irahara continued, "Obayashi is planning to aggressively expand its construction activities in the United States to take advantage of the country's thriving construction and real estate environment.


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Mr. Ryuichi Irahara, the Managing Officer who heads the Overseas Building Construction Division of Obayashi said, "This acquisition will help us grow our building construction presence in the United States."Obayashi Corporation has engaged in a number of notable civil engineering projects throughout the country including the completed San Antonio River/San Pedro Creek Flood Control Project and the, currently under construction, Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge.Beyond the projects Obayashi handles directly, its building operations are managed by E.W. Howell Co., Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary in New York, and James E. Roberts-Obayashi Corporation, an affiliate in Northern California.Mr. Irahara continued, "Obayashi is planning to aggressively expand its construction activities in the United States to take advantage of the country's thriving construction and real estate environment.


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