JDSDF Army Camp

Project Overview

In January 2012, Japan dispatched Japanese Ground Self Defence Force (JSDF) units to the United Nations Mission in the Republic of South Sudan (UNMISS). The Marubeni Corporation (Tokyo) requested Terrain Services Ltd to design and build a 350-man camp according to JGSDF specifications for 5-year occupancy.

The initial contract period was 18 weeks and lasted 20 weeks to be exact, with Terrain Services completing the work with great quality and attention to detail. The General Manager Aerospace & Defence Systems Department (Marubeni Corporation) had this to say about the completion of the work:

“Despite the rigorous quality requirements and time constraints, Terrain Services Ltd carried out the construction in high quality and accomplished in October 2012. It is obvious that the facilities contribute to the improvement of JGSDF troops living environment and are highly acclaimed by the troops.”

The project involved the following works:

  • To design and build a 350-man camp according to JGSDF Specification for a 5-year occupancy
  • Design and install water reticulation, sewerage system, complete electrical distribution System. All to link in with JGSDF water reticulation, sewerage treatment, primary/secondary generators
  • Install accommodation, ablution, offices, stores complete with accessories
  • External and internal security lighting

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Marubeni of Tokyo


Juba, South Sudan

Project Value

US$ 5,834,366.00

Contract Period

18 weeks