Jakarta – The signing ceremony between Consortium of General Electric (GE) - Marubeni- PT. Hutama Karya (Persero) and PT. Indonesia Power has been conducted to mark the beginning of CCPP Tambak Lorok Block 3 Power Plant Project With Net Dependable Capacity Of 600 – 850 MW or “Tambak Lorok”, today (19/07). As member of the consortium, Hutama Karya will take role in delivering the civil work for the project located in Semarang, Central Java. “Our role will be civil work, in which consisted of soil improvement, structure and building works, as well equipment installations,” said I Gusti Ngurah Putra, President Director of PT. Hutama Karya (Persero) in his written statement. Putra elaborated further that the work itself will took 28 months after the contract effective date is decided. “With GE’s world-most efficient gas turbine and Marubeni’s expertise and experience as EPC contractor as well as IPP provider, we believed our combined force will satisfy PT. Indonesia Power’s expectation as the owner,” Putra added. Such optimism has a strong base indeed. According to Putra, since 2010, Hutama Karya has been expanding its core competence within the construction industry, particularly in delivering Power Plant typed projects. “Several power plants projects have successfully delivered by HK, for example Mini-Hydro Power Plant in Simalungun, North Sumatera in 2011, Mini-Hydro Power Plant for 2 x 4.5 MW and another one at Cirompang, Garut for 8 MW in 2016; Steam Power Plant for 2 x 125 MW in Jeneponto, South Sulawesi in 2012, and Steam Power Plant in Cilacap, Central Java for 1 x 660 MW in 2015,” Putra explained. He also said that there are as well, an on-going power plant project carried out by HK such as Steam Power Plant in Ampana for 2 x 3 MW, Steam Power Plant in Kendari for 1 x 10 MW, and Combined Cycle Power Plant in Grati, East Java for 450 MW. The Tambak Lorok Project itself is designed to produce 850 Mega-Watt electric power to back-up electricity in Java and Bali island. “We are proud to be able to take part here because the project will contribute to the success of our Government’s program that is 35.000 MW for Indonesia,” said Putra firmly.

Image : The Signing Ceremony of CCPP Tambak Lorok Block 3 Power Plant Project With Net Dependable Capacity Of 600 – 850 MW between PT. Indonesia Power and Consortium of General Electric-Marubeni-Hutama Karya

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PT. Hutama Karya (Persero) or "HK" is a State Owned Enterprise (BUMN) that is 100% owned by the Indonesian Government. Established as Construction Company in 1961s, HK has always been an important part for the national and international infrastructure development. This is proven by HK’s astounding track-records in delivering monumental projects such as MPR / DPR Building, Semanggi Interchange, and Cawang-Tj. Priok Toll-Road in Jakarta, Ampera Bridge in Palembang, Bali Mandara Toll-Road in Bali, Metro Manilla Skyway in the Philippines, and many more. Adjusting to both global and national market demands, HK had transformed itself several time, particularly when it expands its core-business from a mere general-contracting to a whole construction-industry based enterprise by especially entering EPC market in 2000s. Several EPC contracts had sucesfully being carried-out and delivered by HK such as Steam Power Plant in Kendari, Cement Packaging Factory in Sorong - Papua, Bosowa Cement Factory, Steam Power Plant in Jeneponto – South Sulawesi, Mini-Hydro Power Plant in Simalungun – North Sumatera, and many more. Nowadays, through Presidential Regulation (or Peraturan Presiden/Perpres) Number 117/2015 jo. Perpres 100/2014, HK had officially assigned by the Indonesian Government to develop one of Indonesia’s most ambitious projects named the Trans-Sumatra Toll-Road. Sprawled apprx. 2,770 km across Sumatera Island from Aceh to Lampung, the Trans-Sumatera Toll Road is designed to significantly boost economic growth in Sumatera as well as positively impacting the national economy in general.

Posted in Siaran Pers on Jul 19, 2017