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PT. Jakarta Propertindo (Perseroda) ran a kick-off meeting for the Project Management Construction (PMC) of the Light Rail Transit (LRT) Jakarta Phase 2A on Wednesday, January 29, 2020.
Jakpro, the popular name of PT Jakarta Propertindo (Perseroda) is an entity of DKI Jakarta Province regional owned enterprise that is engaged in the property, infrastructure and utilities sector. One of the iconic strategic works started in 2018 is Light Rail Transit (LRT) Jakarta which became the pride of the nation.
As the PMCS Consultant, AECOM is led by Mr Chi Ng, the Project Director of PMCS LRT Phase 2A JVAK, brings our extensive global rail experience to further enhance this trans formative work and to support inclusive development that will drive the potential growth throughout the country. AECOM role covers Tender Assistance, Project Management Consultancy & Certification, as well as the consultancy service during Defect Liability Period, AECOM is also delivering Construction Cost Management services in the project.
The PMCS Consultant is a joint venture between PT AECOM Indonesia, PT Virama Karya (Persero) and Korea Rail Network Authority (KRNA). We are truly honored to be working with our client, PT Jakarta Propertindo (Perseroda) and the team lead by Mr Iwan Takwin Plt, Project Director LRT Jakarta.
Among those who attended the kick-off meeting were Mr Setiaji Hadiprayitno, Country Representative AECOM Indonesia, Ms Merlany Legitasari, Director PT Virama Karya, Mr Lee Jihyun, Maintenance Expert Korea Rail Network Authority, and various project stakeholders.
Consisting of 6 new elevated stations with a total approximate length of 8.1 kilometers that spans from Kelapa Gading to Jakarta International Stadium in Papanggo, Jakarta Utara. The new LRT project will be supported by AECOM’s capability in coordinating multidisciplinary services to carry out progress monitoring, cost control projection and related technical processes. Our role also includes the implementation of Building Information Modeling (BIM) to ensure that the project is properly designed, structured, planned and executed in accordance with its objectives and requirements.