PU/DKI Jakarta – Pasar Minggu to Pluit Deep Tunnel – Jakarta - Project Profile
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The Ministry of Public Works (PU) and Provincial Government of DKI Jakarta (DKI Jakarta) are planning to undertake a deep tunnel project from Pasar Minggu to Pluit in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The project involves the construction of a 22km, 60m depth and 16m in diameter tunnel comprising of three channels. The upper two channels will be for vehicles, while the lowest one will be used to channel rainwater runoff to the sea and carry utility piping.
The project will include the construction of roads, pedestrian walkways and related infrastructure, and the installation of pipelines, signalling, safety and security systems.
The project will further include the construction of a reservoir that would serve to filter out the garbage.
On February 13, 2014, PU and DKI Jakarta commenced the feasibility study activities on the project.
In February 2015, PT Antaredja Mulia Jaya was appointed as contractor for the project. The other shortlisted companies are China Railway, Fujian Haixi CAS Construction Co., Bouygues Construction and Sembawang Group.
The project involves the construction of a 22km, 60m depth and 16m in diameter tunnel from Pasar Minggu to Pluit in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The US$2,462 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of roads
2. Construction of pedestrian walkways
3. Construction of related infrastructure
4. Installation of pipelines
5. Installation of signalling, safety and security systemsReasons To Buy
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