Dr. Ir. Soekarno Bridge

Description Dr. Ir. Soekarno Bridge is a new 1.127 km bridge in the shore of Manado Bay, this bridge connects Boulevard I to Boulevard II as part of Manado Outer Ring Road located in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. The construction started in October 2003 and the bridge has been opened since May 2015, the pre-stressed concrete

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SUDETAN KALI CILIWUNG

Front view of permanent ground anchors  at sheet-pile in East Flood Channel of Jakarta (BKT).            Description East Flood Channel (BKT)) construction was began on 2002 with the width of channel varies from 100 to 300 meter. The channel will accommodate the flow of river of Ciliwung, Cililitan, Cipinang, Sunter, Buaran,  Jati Kramat, and Cakung.

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Holcim Cement Silo

Description Holcim Cement Silo is located within Holcim Cement Terminal in Lampung, Sumatra, 50 meter height with diameter of 20 meter, stretching across 4.7 hectare of land and with capacity of 1 million ton per year. The Holcim Cement Terminal features a high technological process, easy operation, electricity saving, and is environmental friendly. Scope of

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Jakarta Light Rail Transit

Description The Jakarta Light Rail Transit (Jakarta LRT) is a light rail transit system that currently is under construction in Jakarta – Indonesia. The light rail transit system is planned to connect Jakarta city centre with suburbans in Greater Jakarta such as Bekasi and Bogor. A ground-breaking ceremony was held on September 9, 2015, with

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WASKITA Plant Karawang

Description Precast plant of Waskita built a new plant in East Karawang, West Java. This precast plant has an area of 15 ha which will be the highest production capacity that can reach up to 400,000 tons per year. This plant also can produce the only spun pile of dia. 1200 mm. The other products

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Karaha Geothermal Powerstation

  Description Karaha Geothermal Power Plant is a part of Indonesian Government plans through PGE to utilise its geothermal reserves to strengthen its power industry and reduce geothermal reserves. In spite of having nearly 30,000MW of potential geothermal source, only 5% of it is utilised by Indonesia to meet its power requirements. The project involves

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