Patimban Port Seawall Works
Located near some of Indonesia’s key industrial areas such as Bekasi, Karawang and Purwakarta, Patimban Port in Subang is envisaged to boost connectivity and ease the heavy congestion in Tanjung Priok Port, which is the largest port in Indonesia. The Patimban Port is funded under the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and is set to support a large base of Japanese manufacturing firms operating in the Jakarta metropolitan area.
With a seawall measuring more than 7km in linear length, the construction works involve the following scope:
- Installation of 1.2 m Dia Interconnecting Steel Pipe Piles (950 No.)
- Installation of Precast Concrete Sheet Piles with Water-jetting (5,500 No.)
- Installation of Concrete Spun Piles (1,700 No.)
- Construction of 7km Coping Concrete Beam to stabilize the seawall
A large fleet of marine equipment shall be mobilized onsite for the seawall works. Once completed, the seawall will not only harbor the vessels making the port-of-call, but importantly, be the pillar of strength to value add to Indonesia’s growth and provide meaningful employment opportunities to the local population in West Java.
- Ministry of Transportation
- May 2019 - Feb 2021 (22 mths)