MoPW – Semarang to Solo Toll Road – Central Java - Project Profile
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The Ministry of Public Works (MoPW) is undertaking the construction of Semarang to Solo toll road project in Central Java, Indonesia.
The project involves the construction of 77.17km toll road connecting Central Java's capital city Semarang and the province's second biggest city Solo. The project is divided into five sections namely;
a. Section I: It stretches 11.3km and connects Semarang with Ungaran
b. Section II: It stretches 11.95km and connects Ungaran with Bawen
c. Section III: It stretches 17.5km and connects Bawen with Salatiga
d. Section IV: It stretches 22.85km and connects Salatiga with Boyolali
e. Section V: It stretches 13.57km and connects Boyolali with Kartosuro and finally, Solo.
It includes the construction of pedestrian ways, toll infrastructural facilities, and the installation of traffic lights and safety systems.
The project is being funded by the four state-owned banks - Bank Negara Indonesia, Bank Mandiri, Bank Rakyat Indonesia and Bank Jateng - and Trans Marga Jateng, a subsidiary of state toll operator PT Jasa Marga.
The project is being developed on build-operate-transfer (BOT) basis for a concession period of 35 years. PT Trans Marga Jateng has been appointed as BOT contractor for first and second sections of the project.
In the fourth quarter of 2011, construction of the first section was completed and became operational.
In April 2014, construction work on the second section was completed.
In February 2015, the tender process for contractor and consultant for the third section commenced.
In April 2015, 23 contractors and 28 consultants expressed interest to undertake the construction work.
On June 29, 2015, PT Trans Marga Jateng was appointed as contractor for the third section. This section will be developed in phases.
PT Adhi Karya, PT PP, and the joint venture of PT Nindya and PT Jaya Construction were appointed as subcontractors for package 3.1 between Bawen and Polosiri, 3.2 between Polosiri and Sidorejo and 3.3D package between Sidorejo and Tengaran respectively.
Similarly joint venture of PT Eskapindo Matra and PT Dessa Cipta Rekayasa, the joint venture of PT Yodya and PT Mitrapacific Consulindo International and PT. Perentjana Djaja were appointed as consultants for the package 3.1 between Bawen and Polosiri, 3.2 between Polosiri and Sidorejo and 3.3D package between Sidorejo and Tengaran respectively.
On July 19, 2015, construction works on the third section of the project commenced.
In the fourth quarter of 2016, PT Solo Ngawi Jaya was appointed as construction contractor for Section IV.
82% of construction activities were completed on the third section.
Construction activities were completed on the third section and opened for travelers in June 2017.
Construction activities on fourth and fifth section are underway.
The project involves the construction of 77.17km toll road connecting two of the biggest cities of Central Java, including its capital Semarang, and the city of Solo in Central Java, Indonesia.
The US$534 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of an 11.3km Semarang to Ungaran road under section one
2. Construction of an 11.95km Ungaran to Bawen road under section two
3. Construction of a 17.5km Bawen to Salatiga road under section three
4. Construction of a 22.85km Salatiga to Boyolali road under section four
5. Construction of a 13.57km Boyolali to Kartosuro road under section fiveReasons To Buy
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