Tongji Architectural Design (Group) Co., Ltd.(TJAD), formerly known as the Architectural Design and Research Institute of Tongji University, was founded in 1958 and has now developed into a well-known large-scale design consulting group.
With one hundred years’ history and the profound cultural foundation of Tongji University, TJAD has accumulated rich experience in both engineering design and technical consultancy through continuous progress in the course of half a century.
TJAD has the most extensive coverage of national qualifications. The business scope of TJAD includes consulting, engineering design, project management, geotechnical engineering and geological exploration in fields of building engineering, road engineering, municipal engineering, landscape, environmental pollution prevention, and conservation of historical and cultural relics , among others. It has dealt with thousands project cases in China, Africa and South America, such as Shanghai Tower, Fangfei Garden of the Diaoyutai State Guest House, Table Tennis Gymnasium of 2008 Olympic Games, African Union Conference Center, New Jinggangshan Revolution Museum, Shanghai Xintiandi, Theme Pavilion of 2010 Shanghai Expo, Shanghai International Tourist Resort, Shanghai Natural History Museum, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra Concert Hall, China Corporate United Pavilion of Expo 2015 Milan, Havana Hotel of Cuba, Saikang Di Stadium of the Republic of Ghana, and National Arts Centre of Republic Trinidad and Tobago, Sutong Yangtze River Highway Bridge, Shanghai A5 (Jiading-Jinshan) Expressway Project.
TJAD has employed more than three thousand outstanding architectural design and engineering personnel to provide top engineering consulting services for our clients. Meanwhile, we have been working hard to promote urban development and aiming to build a better life with our special ability.
We firmly believe it is the trust from our clients that gives TJAD opportunities to grow. And we also believe, as part of the industry and society, we shall make unremitting efforts for industry development and social progress, just like what we did in the past 50 years.