WEBINARS

Infrastructure Connect! Digital Series

WEBINAR #14

Thursday, December 3 2020

TOPIC:
Inovasi dan Teknologi dalam Pembangunan Infrastruktur Strategis di Indonesia

BACKGROUND:

The Global Pandemic COVID-19 have severely disrupted the construction industry across the world including South-East Asia. There are many reports of delays in infrastructure projects, due to supply chain disruptions and low mobility among workers. Each country had facing the challenge of uncertainties regarding project completion, project financing and future infrastructure and construction pipeline.

Within the disruptive pandemic era and all the setback each government should start to address immediate plan to recovery and rebound to boost their economy.

Based on McKinsey’s research on emerging ASEAN countries, the potential recipe for recovery and the foundation for extended growth lay at these five key levers, Manufacturing Hubs, Infrastructure, Investment in digital, Talent reskilling and high value food industries.

With this background, Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN) has initiate to invite ASEAN chamber for infrastructure to join this forum where each country can share and learn from each other and make the best plan to rebound construction sector in 2021.

 

Agenda
1. Keynote Speech
– Construction Industry from Survival to Rebound
2. Forum Group Discussion
– Pandemic Impact & Rebound Plan on Investment in Construction Industry

SPEAKERS AND MODERATOR:

Speakers:
1. Dandung Sri Harninto, Deputy Chair of the Standing Committee for Construction Infrastructure Human Resources Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
2. Arch. Felino A Palafox, PCCI Director for Urban Development and Infrastructure Philippine Chamber of Commerce
3. Lee Heng Guie, Executive Director of The Social Economic Research Center (SERC), The Associated Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia

Moderator: Sjahrial Ong, Chairman of the International Cooperation Committee LPJKN / Construction Services Development Board of Indonesia

 

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Infrastructure Connect! Digital Series

WEBINAR #13

Thursday, December 3 2020

TOPIC:
Inovasi dan Teknologi dalam Pembangunan Infrastruktur Strategis di Indonesia

BACKGROUND:

According to United Nations Development Program (UNDP), more than 74% of Indonesian population will live in cities by 2030. Currently, Indonesia has the fastest urbanization growth in Asia with annual average rate of 4.4% (faster than China and India).

World Bank reported in 2019 that cities and municipalities in Indonesia generate an estimated 105,000 tons of solid waste a day. That number is expected to increase to 150,000 tons per day by 2025. However, 40 percent of the country’s 142 million urban residents still do not have access to basic waste collection services.

Solid waste management become critical in urban infrastructure development and increasingly gets higher priority in the national agenda. In 2017, Government issued Policy and National Strategy on Municipal Solid Waste Management. Furthermore, in 2018, Government issued Presidential Decree no 35/2018 for Acceleration of Waste to Energy Facility Development in 12 cities in Indonesia. In 2020, Indonesia launched National Plastic Action Partnerships which outlines the country’s strategy to address plastic waste
issue.

This Webinar will provide Indonesian infrastructure key players with Canadian perspectives on the urban solid waste management solutions. This webinar will also showcase Canadian proven technologies in processing different types of solid waste.

Topics discussed will include:
1. Plastic Waste Management Technologies
2. Thermal Waste Treatment Technologies
3. Mechanical Biological Treatment Technologies

 

SPEAKERS AND MODERATOR:

Speakers:
1. Kunal Shah, Managing Director – Sales, Asia, Anaergia Inc.
2. Claus Skadkjaer, President Asia, Plastic Bank
3. Carolyn Bailey, Manager, Business Development, Quadrogen Power Systems

Moderator: Bernardus Djonoputro, Senior Advisor & Executive Director, Strategy and Transactions, Ernst & Young

 

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Infrastructure Connect! Digital Series

WEBINAR #12

Wednesday, December 2 2020

TOPIC:
Inovasi dan Teknologi dalam Pembangunan Infrastruktur Strategis di Indonesia

BACKGROUND:

Inovasi
dan teknologi merupakan faktor penting dalam pembangunan infrastruktur saat ini, selain kesiapan industri hingga sumber daya material konstruksi. Penerapan
berbagai teknologi terbaru diharapkan dapat meningkatkan akurasi, efisiensi dan produktivitas dalam mendukung program pembangunan pemerintah di bidang
infrastruktur strategis sehingga pada akhirnya dapat membantu mendorong pemulihan ekonomi nasional.

 

Agenda Pembahasan:

 

• Infrastruktur, tantangan nyata bagi Enjinir Indonesia
• Penerapan BIM di Pembangunan Jalan Tol Trans Sumatera
• Inovasi Dinding Penahan Tanah dengan Teknologi Geosintetik

 

SPEAKERS AND MODERATOR:

Speakers:
Dradjat Hoedajanto, Ketua Umum HAKI – Himpunan Ahli Konstruksi Indonesia
Heru PramanaExecutive Vice President PT Hutama Karya (Persero)
Abdul Aziz AvicennaDirektur Marketing Sales & Engineering PT. Geoforce Indonesia

Moderator: Kharis Alfi , Ketua Umum BIM Institute Indonesia

 

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Infrastructure Connect! Digital Series

WEBINAR #11

Wednesday, December 2 2020

TOPIC:
Climate Change Adaptation in The Concrete Industry

BACKGROUND:

Description Indonesia aims to realize major construction projects worth $412bn between 2020 and 2024 to strengthen the economy and support the ongoing decentralisation drive. It is predicted that the number of new contracts in the construction sector will skyrocket by 70% starting 2021. 

Being the second-largest cement producer in Southeast Asia, the Indonesian cement industry is encouraged to work on infrastructure projects. According to the Ministry of Public Works, the national cement industry was oversupplied by 37% (41 million tons) in 2020. This condition presents opportunity for the cement industry to expand
distribution to regional and international export markets and boost infrastructure construction by providing cement to reinforce concrete State-owned construction enterprises, i.e. Wijaya Karya, Waskita Karya, and Adhi Karya.

This webinar will provide Indonesian construction and infrastructure key players with Canadian sustainable world-class capabilities in the cement and concrete industry. The event will present Canadian proven technologies in reducing carbon footprint and support local circular economy in the industry.

Some of the topics in the Webinar:
1. Environmental impacts and decarbonisation strategies in the cement & concrete industries
2. Contribution of the technology to climate change adaptation and to the development of the industry post-Covid
3. Main challenges faced by the implementation of the technology and ways to stay competitive

 

SPEAKERS AND MODERATOR:

Speakers:
1. Kaja Salovsky, Vice President of Business Development, CarbonCure Technologies Inc.
2. Matthew Denton, International Channel Manager, Giatec Scientific Inc.
3. Ryan Bourns, Business Strategy and Development Lead, Carbon Upcycling Technologies Inc.

Moderator: Hari Nugraha Nurjaman, Chairman of Indonesian Association of Precast and Prestressed Engineers (IAPPI)

 

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Infrastructure Connect! Digital Series
WEBINAR #10

Tuesday, December 1 2020

TOPIC:
Inovasi Teknologi Beton Pracetak dan Prateganga dalam Mendukung Program Pembangunan Nasional

BACKGROUND:

Indonesia has been striving to close its infrastructure gap and has witnessed a dramatic increase in infrastructure spending in recent years.  Nonetheless, traditional infrastructure financing from government budgets falls short of the financing required for all the priority infrastructure projects in the country. The Indonesian Ministry of Finance’s fiscal plan forecasts USD131 billion in private sector financing, USD79.8 billion from State-Owned Enterprises; and, USD148.2 billion from State and Regional Budgets. Various measures for attracting alternative financing from private sector sources are under consideration, including keen interest in attracting investments from Canadian pension funds and other institutional investors.

The Covid-19 pandemic has further constrained the Government of Indonesia’s fiscal space and its ability to finance hundreds of infrastructure projects outlined in the Indonesia’s Mid-Term National Development Plan (RPJMN 2020 – 24) which is the final stage of the nation’s 20-year Long-Term National Development Plan (RPJPN 2005–25), which also includes plans to move the capital to Kalimantan.

 

AGENDA:

  1. The roles of public versus private finance modalities (domestic and international) in greenfield and brownfield infrastructure projects post Covid-19
  2. Structural challenges face by international investors in pursuing infrastructure projects in Indonesia
  3. Development of the Indonesian infrastructure debt market to progress from domestic bank lending to more participation of international banks, bond investors
 

SPEAKERS AND MODERATOR:

Speakers:

  • Cyril Cabanes
    Managing Director, Infrastructure, Asia Pacific
    Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ), Singapore
  • Gary Tejakusuma
    Head of Investment, PT. Asuransi Jiwa Manulife Indonesia PT Krakatau Semen Indonesia
  • Trinnie So
    Director of Compliance and Government & Public Affairs (Asia), Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (Asia) Limited

Moderator:  Jeff Delmon, Senior Infrastructure Finance Specialist, Infrastructure, PPPs & Guarantees, World Bank, Singapore

 

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Infrastructure Connect! Digital Series

WEBINAR #9

Wednesday, November 25 2020

TOPIC:
Alternative Infrastructure Financing in a post-Covid Environment

BACKGROUND:

Indonesia has been striving to close its infrastructure gap and has witnessed a dramatic increase in infrastructure spending in recent years.  Nonetheless, traditional infrastructure financing from government budgets falls short of the financing required for all the priority infrastructure projects in the country. The Indonesian Ministry of Finance’s fiscal plan forecasts USD131 billion in private sector financing, USD79.8 billion from State-Owned Enterprises; and, USD148.2 billion from State and Regional Budgets. Various measures for attracting alternative financing from private sector sources are under consideration, including keen interest in attracting investments from Canadian pension funds and other institutional investors.

The Covid-19 pandemic has further constrained the Government of Indonesia’s fiscal space and its ability to finance hundreds of infrastructure projects outlined in the Indonesia’s Mid-Term National Development Plan (RPJMN 2020 – 24) which is the final stage of the nation’s 20-year Long-Term National Development Plan (RPJPN 2005–25), which also includes plans to move the capital to Kalimantan.

 

AGENDA:

  1. The roles of public versus private finance modalities (domestic and international) in greenfield and brownfield infrastructure projects post Covid-19
  2. Structural challenges face by international investors in pursuing infrastructure projects in Indonesia
  3. Development of the Indonesian infrastructure debt market to progress from domestic bank lending to more participation of international banks, bond investors
 

SPEAKERS AND MODERATOR:

Speakers:

  • Cyril Cabanes
    Managing Director, Infrastructure, Asia Pacific
    Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ), Singapore
  • Gary Tejakusuma
    Head of Investment, PT. Asuransi Jiwa Manulife Indonesia PT Krakatau Semen Indonesia
  • Trinnie So
    Director of Compliance and Government & Public Affairs (Asia), Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (Asia) Limited

Moderator:  Jeff Delmon, Senior Infrastructure Finance Specialist, Infrastructure, PPPs & Guarantees, World Bank, Singapore

 

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Infrastructure Connect! Digital Series

WEBINAR #8

Thursday, November 19 2020

TOPIC:
Inovasi Beton Mutu Tinggi dan Ramah Lingkungan Bagi Pembangunan Infrastruktur Strategis yang Berkelanjutan

BACKGROUND:

Infrastruktur merupakan salah satu faktor penting dalam mendukung pemulihan ekonomi nasional oleh karena itu pemerintah melalui Kementerian Pekerjaan Umum dan Perumahan Rakyat terus berusaha untuk menjaga keberlanjutan proyek infrastruktur di tengah keadaan pandemik Covid-19. Dalam implementasinya, penting diperhatikan bahwa selain pembangunan infrastruktur tersebut menguntungkan secara ekonomi tetapi juga tetap memperhatikan aspek lingkungan.

Beton merupakan salah satu unsur utama yang digunakan dalam pembangunan infrastruktur strategis termasuk didalamnya jalan, jembatan, dan gedung bertingkat. Salah satu permasalahan dalam produksi beton adalah proses produksi semen yang merupakan komponen utama beton yang dianggap tidak ramah lingkungan karena dalam memproduksi bahan baku semen dibutuhkan bahan tambang berupa tanah liat dan batu kapur, energi pengolahan yang besar dan mengeluarkan emisi gas CO2.

Oleh karena itu, diperlukan penggunaan material penyusun beton yang ramah lingkungan dengan karakteristik performa dan kekuatan yang sama sesuai instruksi Menteri Pekerjaan Umum dan Perumahan Rakyat Npmpr: 04/IN/M/2020 tentang Penggunaan Semen Non Ordinary Portland Cement pada Pekerjaan Konstruksi di Kementerian Pekerjaan Umum dan Perumahan Rakyat. Pada webinar kali ini akan membahas mengenai penerapan material yang ramah lingkungan pada produksi beton dengan mengundang narasumber yang kompeten.

AGENDA:

  1. Penggunaan beton ramah lingkungan bagi pembangunan infrastruktur strategis di Indonesia
  2. Aplikasi Material GGBFS pada infrastruktur Ramah Lingkungan Berperforma Tinggi
  3. Material Subtitusi Semen Pada Beton Mutu Tinggi Sebagai Penggerak Kemajuan Infrastruktur Nasional
 

SPEAKERS AND MODERATOR:

Speakers:

  • Trisasongko Widianto
    Direktur Jenderal Bina Konstruksi 
    Kementerian Pekerjaan Umum dan Perumahan Rakyat Republik Indonesia
  • Bambang Tridoso Oktanto
    Direktur Utama
    PT Krakatau Semen Indonesia
  • Sri Murni Dewi
    Guru Besar Fakultas Teknik
    Universitas Brawijaya

Moderator:  Dudung Maulana TextiantoSekretaris Jenderal Asosiasi Perusahaan Pracetak dan Prategang Indonesia – AP3I

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Infrastructure Connect! Digital Series

WEBINAR #7

Wednesday, November 18 2020

TOPIC:
Komponen Dalam Negeri Sebagai Kunci Penggerak Pemulihan Ekonomi Nasional Dalam Jasa Konstruksi

BACKGROUND:

UU No 2 Tahun 2017 tentang Jasa Konstruksi memberi penekanan penting pada penggunaan material dan komponen buatan dalam negeri pada penyelenggaraan jasa konstruksi. Selama ini, ketergantungan pada komponen impor masih mendominasi, dan saatnya industri komponen dalam negeri bagi pasokan jasa konstruksi dapat bangkit dan memperkuat posisi
di pasar.

Dengan dukungan pemerintah yang mewajibkan penggunaan komponen dalam negeri, tentunya industri nasional dapat menjadi andalan penyedia dan pengguna jasa konstruksi bagi pasokan komponen yang berkualitas. Diharapkan, dengan bergeraknya industri komponen dalam negeri akan berkontribusi pada perekonomian nasional dan penciptaan lapangan kerja, terutama setelah pandemi yang melanda secara global. Indonesia bisa bangkit dan menjadi mandiri ditopang dengan industri dalam negeri yang kuat.

Webinar ini akan membahas industri komponen dalam negeri bagi jasa konstruksi yang memiliki peran besar dalam menggerakkan ekonomi nasional manuju pemulihan. Berbagai perspektif akan dibagikan dalam webinar ini dan bagaimana dukungan dan upaya pemerintah untuk mewujudkan Indonesia yang mandiri seiring dengan rencana pemulihan ekonomi nasional.

AGENDA:

  1. Penggunaan Komponen Dalam Negeri Bagi Jasa Konstruksi sebagai Elemen Penggerak Menuju Pemulihan Ekonomi Nasional
  2. Kesiapan dan Strategi Industri Komponen Dalam Negeri Mendukung Jasa Konstruksi
  3. Penyelenggaraan Jasa Konstruksi 100% Komponen Dalam Negeri
 

SPEAKERS AND MODERATOR:

Speakers:

  • Nicodemus Daud
    Direktur Kelembagaan dan Sumber Daya Konstruksi
    Direktorat Bina Konstruksi Kementerian PUPR
  • Silmy Karim
    Direktur Utama
    PT Krakatau Steel (Persero) Tbk
  • Agung Budi Waskito
    Direktur Utama
    PT Wijaya Karya (Persero) Tbk

Moderator:  Dandung Sri Harninto, Wakil Ketua Komite Tetap KADIN Indonesia Bidang Konstruksi dan Infrastruktur

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Infrastructure Connect! Digital Series

WEBINAR #6

Wednesday, November 11 2020

TOPIC:
Digitalisasi Jasa Konstruksi Bagi Kesiapan Industri yang Terintegrasi

BACKGROUND:

Digitalisasi menjadi faktor penggerak industri, dimana teknologi digital yang didasari Internet of Things (IoT) menjadi basis bagi pengembangan dan strategi inovatif.
Big data menggambarkan data dalam volume yang sangat besar yang juga cepat dan terdiri dari berbagai varietas. Yang membuat Big Data penting bukanlah hanya
jumlah data yang tersedia, tetapi bagaimana data tersebut dapat digunakan untuk analisa dan pengambilan keputusan yang penting.
Pemerintah, dalam sektor jasa konstruksi, telah memulai berbagai inisiatif dengan teknologi big data untuk membuat akses informasi lebih efisien, efektif,
sederhana dan transparan. Lembaga Pengembangan Jasa Konstruksi Nasional – LPJKN, sebagai contoh sukses, telah memulai pengembangan data yang terintegrasi
khusus bagi jasa konstruksi.

Apa yang menjadi target, visi dan sejauh mana perkembangan penerapan teknologi 
ini, akan dibahas pada webinar INFRASTRUCTURE CONNECT! ini, selain menghadirkan 
paparan dari pengembang aplikasi dan platform global untuk mendukung akselerasi digitalisasi jasa konstruksi serta perspektif dari pengguna jasa konstruksi.

AGENDA:

  1. Sistem Informasi Jasa Konstruksi Terintegrasi
  2. Kesiapan Penerapan Teknologi Big Data Bagi Jasa Konstruksi dalam Meningkatkan Kualitas dan Daya Saing
  3. Optimalisasi Produktivitas dan Daya Saing dengan Big Data
  4. Perspektif Pelaksana Jasa Konstruksi dalam Penerapan Big Data Jasa Konstruksi
 

SPEAKERS AND MODERATOR:

Speakers:

  • Dewi Chomistriana
        Sekretaris Direktorat Jenderal Bina Konstruksi
        Kementerian Pekerjaan Umum dan Perumahan Rakyat Republik Indonesia
  • Ruslan Rivai
        Ketua Lembaga Pengembangan Jasa Konstruksi Nasional – LPJKN
  • Faisal Yusuf
        Tribe Leader Smart Platform Direktorat Digital Telkom dan VP Big Data Metra-Net, Telkom Indonesia
  • H Agus Gendroyono
        Ketua Umum BPD GAPENSI Provinsi Jawa Timur

Moderator:  Rudi Rusdiah, Ketua Umum Asosiasi Big Data Indonesia

 

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Infrastructure Connect! Digital Series

WEBINAR #5

Wednesday, November 4 2020

TOPIC:
Prospek Investasi dan Pelaksanaan Jasa Konstruksi Pasca Pengesahan UU Cipta Kerja

BACKGROUND:

UU Cipta Kerja yang disahkan pada tanggal 5 Oktober 2020 diharapkan dapat mendorong pertumbuhan ekonomi melalui investasi dan perluasan kesempatan
kerja bagi rakyat Indonesia. Dinamakan Cipta Kerja, UU ini merupakan kebijakan pemerintah dalam memberikan kemudahan, perlindungan dan pemberdayaan koperasi
dan UMKM, peningkatan ekosistem investasi dan kemudahan berusaha, investasi pemerintah pusat dan percepatan proyek strategis nasional.

Salah satu aspek yang termasuk dalam UU Cipta Kerja adalah Jasa Konstruksi yang sebelumnya tertuang pada UU No 2 Tahun 2017.
Dalam UU Cipta Kerja, pemerintah menegaskan komitmen dan kebijakannya untuk mendorong pertumbuhan jasa konstruksi nasional secara menyeluruh.

Kurangnya sosialisasi mengenai UU Cipta Kerja ini menyebabkan terjadinya perbedaan persepsi dan kekhawatiran di berbagai
kalangan. Webinar INFRASTRUCTURE CONNECT! digital event seri pertama ini akan mengulas potensi investasi dan pelaksanaan jasa konstruksi setelah disahkannya UU Cipta Kerja. Diharapkan, melalui paparan para narasumber, webinar ini memberikan manfaat dalam sosialisasi UU Cipta Kerja dan berbagi perspektif bagi kemajuan jasa konstruksi nasional

AGENDA:

  1. Makna UU Cipta Kerja bagi Pengaturan TKA dan Peningkatan Kompetensi
    Tenaga Kerja Nasional
  2. Peran Investasi dan Pembiayaan dalam Lanskap Jasa Konstruksi di
    Indonesia
  3. UU Cipta Kerja bagi Penyelenggaraan Jasa Konstruksi yang Adil, Aman dan
    Berkelanjutan
  4. Kajian Ekonomi UU Cipta Kerja bagi Jasa Konstruksi yang Berkelanjutan
 

SPEAKERS AND MODERATOR:

Speakers:

  • Danang Haryanto, Direktur PPTK Kementerian Ketenagakerjaan Republik Indonesia
       Menteri Ketenagakerjaan Republik Indonesia
  • Dewi Chomistriana, Sekretaris Direktorat Jenderal Bina Konstruksi
       Kementerian Pekerjaan Umum dan Perumahan Rakyat Republik Indonesia
  • Enny Sri Hartati
        Peneliti Senior INDEF

Moderator:  John P Pantouw, Wakil Ketua III, Lembaga Pengembangan Jasa Konstruksi Nasional – LPJKN

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Infrastructure Connect! Digital Series

WEBINAR #4

Wednesday, October 15 2020

TOPIC:
Water and Waste Management towards Sustainable Urban Water Supply Infrastructure

BACKGROUND:

Water is a very crucial parts in human life, it covers domestic purposes and ecological functions. Therefor developing water and waste infrastructure plays an important role for urban development.

INFRASTRUCTURE CONNECT! DIGITAL SERIES 4th edition of webinar will discuss and highlight the collaboration between stakeholders, industry experts and solution providers regarding water and waste management as a support for sustainable urban water infrastructure.

AGENDA:

  1. What are the policies from each stakeholder in implementing water and waste management 
  2. What are the challenges in implementing the program in the pandemic situation?
  3. What is the role of the industry to support the government’s agenda
  4. Technology application in supporting Sustainable Urban Water Supply Infrastructure
  5. Solutions from the government, trade associations and relevant industries
 

SPEAKERS AND MODERATOR:

Speakers:

  • Yudha Mediawan, Direktur Air Minum, Direktorat Jenderal Cipta Karya
    Kementerian Pekerjaan Umum dan Perumahan Rakyat (PUPR)
  • L. Ahmad Zaini,Wakil Ketua Umum Persatuan Perusahaan Air Minum Seluruh
    Indonesia (PERPAMSI)
  • KH Lou, Application Marketing Manager, Borouge Pte Ltd
  • Catherine Kesuma Winata, Market Development Specialist, Borouge Pte Ltd

Moderator:  Firdaus Ali, Pendiri & Pemimpin Indonesia Water Institute

 

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Infrastructure Connect! Digital Series

WEBINAR #3

Wednesday, September 30 2020

TOPIC:
Strengthening the National Steel Industry to Accelerate Infrastructure Development

BACKGROUND:

The Government of Indonesia continue its effort to strengthen and to protect the national steel industry. In order to achieve this objective, the government is building an industrial cluster with production target of 10 million tonnes of steel by 2025. This webinar will discuss on the collaboration of the government and the private sectors in creating an integrated national steel industry to achieve the production target and to accelerate infrastructure development.

AGENDA:

  1. Policies from each stakeholder of the steel industry in utilizing steel products to accelerate infrastructure development
  2. Stakeholder’s policies for the steel industry in accelerating infrastructure development
  3. Challenges and strategies in the implementation of these program in the pandemic situation
  4. The role of the Industry in supporting the infrastructure development
  5. Technology application to achieve the objective
  6. Solutions from the government, trade associations and relevant industries


SPEAKERS AND MODERATOR:

Speakers:

  • Taufiek Bawazier, Direktur Jenderal Industri Logam, Mesin, Alat Transportasi, dan Elektronika (ILMATE) Kementerian Perindustrian
  • Kukuh S. Achmad, Kepala Badan Standardisasi Nasional (BSN)
  • Stephanus Koeswandi, Vice President, PT Tata Metal Lestari

Moderator:  Widodo Setiadharmaji, Direktur Eksekutif, The Indonesian Iron & Steel Industry Association (IISIA)

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Infrastructure Connect! Digital Series

WEBINAR #2

Thursday, September 3 2020

TOPIC:
Toll Road and Urban Transportation Development Toward Green Infrastructure

BACKGROUND:

The implementation of green infrastructure in the development of urban areas and toll roads is one of the government’s strategies and targets in economic recovery and social reform amid the threat of a global recession due to Covid-19.

INFRASTRUCTURE CONNECT! DIGITAL SERIES 2nd edition of webinar will discuss and highlight the collaboration between stakeholders, industry experts and solution providers as well as explore the role of technology in driving innovation and improvement on the implementation of long-term strategies.

AGENDA:

  1. What are the policies and steps that will be taken by each stakeholder to make toll road infrastructure development in support of Indonesia’s green infrastructure?
  2. Challenges and strategies in supporting green infrastructure program.
  3. Role of industry in line with government agenda to support green infrastructure program
  4. Technological application in supporting sustainable green infrastructure development in Indonesia
  5. Solutions from the government, trade associations and relevant industries.


SPEAKERS AND MODERATOR:

Speakers:

  • Triono Junoasmono, Sekretaris Badan Pengatur Jalan Tol (BPJT)
  • Agus Purnomo, Direktur Utama, PT Jasamarga Pandaan Malang (JPM)
  • Krishna S. Pribadi, Wakil Ketua II, Lembaga Pengembangan Jasa Konstruksi Nasional (LPJK)
  • Mochammad Cholis Prihanto, Direktur, PT Wijaya Karya Industri & Konstruksi

Moderator:  F Dahlan – Rating Development Manager, Green Product Council Indonesia (GPCI)

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WEBINAR

Wednesday, July 29 2020

TOPIC
:  Sustainable Urban Infrastructure Planning towards the New Normal

BACKGROUND:

In the midst of the challenges of the global recession, the Ministry of Public Works and Housing is still active in developing strategies and targets, including the potential for cooperation in investment, alternative solutions for infrastructure financing, the potential for developing strategic areas in urban and tourism priority areas, and the application of green infrastructure in development of urban areas to increase the achievement of infrastructure that is more effective, consistent and sustainable.

AGENDA:

  • What is the policy of each stakeholder to make this urban infrastructure acceleration program attractive?
  • What are the challenges and strategies so that infrastructure projects continue to run during the period of new normal era?
  • What is the role of industry in supporting the acceleration of urban infrastructure in line with the government?
  • What are the challenges of the local government in continuing the infrastructure program?
  • How is the application of green infrastructure in implementing sustainable infrastructure in Indonesia?


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Kebijakan Perencanaan Dan Pemrograman Pembangunan Infrastruktur Pupr Terpadu Mendukung Pengembangan Kawasan Strategis Perkotaan 2020-2024 
– by Hadi Sucahyono, 
Head of Regional Infrastructure Development Ministry of Public Works and Housing

Kesiapan Perencanaan Perkotaan Berkelanjutan dalam Menghadapi Adaptasi Kebiasaan Baru

– by Tri Dewi Virgiyanti, Director of Urban, Housing and Settlements Bappenas

Kesiapan Perencanaan Infrastruktur Perkotaan yang Berkelanjutan dalam Menghadapi Adaptasi Kebiasaan Baru

– by Iswar Aminuddin, Regional Secretary of Semarang City

Preparing Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure Projects

– by Louis Downing, 
CEO Global Infrastructure Basel Foundation