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J-GLOBAL ID:200905048182334931   Organization code:A072000000 Update date: Jan. 21, 2020

National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management

国土交通省 国土技術政策総合研究所, コクドコウツウショウ コクドギジュツセイサクソウゴウケンキュウショ
Representive : Director General, HAMAGUCHI Tatsuo
Establishment year: 2001
Address: HeaD Office: 1 Asahi Tsukuba-shi, Ibaraki 305-0804 Japan Tachihara Office: 1 Tachihara, Tsukuba-shi, Ibaraki 305-0802 Japan Yokosuka Office: 3-1-1 Nagase, Yokosuka-shi, Kanagawa 239-0826 Japan
Telephone number: Head Office: +81-29-864-2211 Tachihara Office: +81-29-864-3742 Yokosuka Office: +81-46-844-5006
Number of employees: 393
Organization/Research department name (13):
  • Environment Department
  • Water Quality Control Department
  • River Department
  • Road Department
  • Building Department
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History (1):
  • 2001/04
    NILIM is only national institute in the field of housing and infrastrucure.
Purpose of establishment:
As a part of the administrative reorganization of the
Jananese Government, Public Works Research Institute
and the Building Research Institute of the Ministry of
Construction were merged with Port and Harbor Research
Institute of the Ministry of Transport on April 1,2001.
In addition, National Institute for Land and
Infrastructure Management was set up as the foundation
of three Independent Administrative Institutions,
namely Public Works Research Institute, Building
Research Institute, and Port and Airport Research
Institute. The misson of NILIM is to conduct
comprehensive research and development relevant to
planning and policy-making related to the works of the
Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
regarding housing and infrastructure technology in the
use, development and conservation of national land.
Other necessary tasks demanded by the public are
carried out by the three Independent Administrative
Institutions, but are not necessarily done by the
State itself. Such tasks are often difficult for the
private sector to conduct.
Business overview:
NILIM coducts researches to contribute to technological
policy-making that enhances the satisfaction of
citizens who are the end-users of housing and
infrastructure. Specifically, by carrying out research
in accordance with the public needs, NILIM can
responsibly present the public with technological
corroboration for policies required to develop systems
of national land use and related social institutions.
Budget:
  • 2001: \ 15,340 (Million)
Branch Organization  (1):
  • Kiki Kanri Gijutsu Kenkyu Senta

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