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INDONESIA'S COMPLETE SOLUTION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

We are pleased to announce for 2016, the collocation of The Big 5 Construct Indonesia and Konstruksi Indonesia, hosted by The Ministry of Public Works and Housing, collectively forming Indonesia's complete solution for the construction industry.

These events will take place in conjunction with Indonesia Infrastructure Week, the country’s leading event for the infrastructure industry.

Attending The Big 5 Construct Indonesia is your opportunity to discover new products from across the construction and infrastructure sectors, enabling you to meet key international and local exhibitors. Enjoy networking with the wider local industry including distributors, suppliers, government representatives and associations. 

 

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2015 SUCCESS

The Big 5 Construct Indonesia launched from 7 - 9 May 2015 and is Indonesia’s first and foremost international building and construction exhibition.

The event showcased new and innovative products never before seen in Indonesia from 26 countries, bringing together 5,775 professionals to network, do business and learn (visitor numbers audited by BPA).

With massive infrastructure and building projects underway and in the pipeline, Indonesia continues to offer suppliers of construction products and services great opportunities.

After delivering a successful launch event in 2015, The Big 5 Construct Indonesia is committed to building upon its success.

 

2016 Workshop Agenda

  • Introduction to BIM and overview of BIM implementations
  • Overview of BIM process and outcomes best practices
  • BIM process workflow guidance
  • Understanding different BIM usages and stages of implementation
  • Evaluating modeling methods and applications for engineering and construction projects

Speakers:

Arief Rahman
Arief Rahman BIM Manager PP Construction

Effective leadership skills are critical to the success of any business.  This session is recommended for managers and those in leadership roles looking to improve their leadership skills to maximize team and business performance.  By attending, you will:

  • Be able to explain the qualities of an effective leader
  • Have benchmarked yourself against those qualities and developed actions to improve
  • Be able to explain the difference between leading and managing

*Delegates are advised to attend Part I of this two-part workshop on 9 November and to return for Part II taking place on 10 November.

Speakers:

Juliana C. Roe
Juliana C. Roe Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer JBCS Indonesia

This session will present two key perspectives sharing best practice on the contractor’s role in green building commissioning.

The Commissioning Authority (CxA) perspective:

  • The important roles of the commissioning process for successful green building and outlining the key benefits of green building
  • Critical points for a successful commissioning process
  • The CxA’s role as a commissioning authority: Understanding the owner’s project requirement (OPR) and basis of design (BOD)
  • Expected role from the contractor in order to streamline the process: Delivering the OPR and the BOD
  • Implementation of the commissioning process in Indonesia

An experienced contractor perspective:

  • Developing a strategy to deliver OPR and BOD: Internal policy and implementation 
  • Techniques to improve construction quality and efficiency 
  • Effective project control from design to delivery
  • Top tips to improve environmental sustainability 
  • Contractor experiences from their involvement on the commissioning process: The challenges and benefits for contractors

Senior Representatives, IABHI

  • Identifying the main causes of construction disputes
  • Assessing why arbitration is a preferred dispute resolution method
  • Understanding where and how to conduct arbitration
  • Outlining the procedural aspects of arbitration

Speakers:

James Booker
James Booker President Director and CEO JBCS Indonesia
  • Overview of different solar power solutions on the market
  • Evaluating the benefits of using solar power for your building
  • Identifying key challenges of incorporating solar power in buildings
  • Guidance on how to implement solar power solutions
  • Lessons learnt and best practice from real world project case studies

Speakers:

Fendi Liem
Fendi Liem Managing Director Selaras Daya Utama (SEDAYU)
  • Introduction to BIM and overview of BIM implementations
  • Overview of BIM process and outcomes best practices
  • BIM process workflow guidance
  • Understanding different BIM usages and stages of implementation
  • Evaluating modeling methods and applications for engineering and construction projects

Speakers:

Arief Rahman
Arief Rahman BIM Manager PP Construction

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  • What is a façade: Defining façade, understanding façade
  • Façade system comparison of systems well established in the façade industry today
  • Navigating the selection process
  • Tools to make a good façade system selection, substantiated by principles of applicability and appropriateness to the project conditions
  • Case studies exemplifying the façade design process and demonstrating how to practically undertake system selection
    - Menara Astra Headquarters
    - TOTO Headquarters office building
    - SCBD lot 10 office tower
    - Pertamina Headquarters

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Speakers:

Francesca Madeo
Francesca Madeo Associate Inhabit Group

Effective leadership skills are critical to the success of any business.  This session is recommended for managers and those in leadership roles looking to improve their leadership skills to maximize team and business performance.  By attending, you will:

  • Be able to explain the value of sharing the business vision with the team
  • Be able to develop your team goals based on the business vision
  • Understand the comfort zone for yourself and your team
  • Understand the value of small steps

*Delegates are advised to attend Part I of this two-part workshop on 9 November and to return for Part II taking place on 10 November.

Speakers:

Juliana C. Roe
Juliana C. Roe Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer JBCS Indonesia
  • Introduction to key concepts of infrastructure project finance in Indonesia
  • Risk allocation for project finance infrastructure projects
    - Risk allocation concept
    - Case Study: Power project
    - Case Study: Toll road project
  • Government guarantee for infrastructure projects

Speakers:

Luke Devine
Luke Devine Foreign Legal Consultant Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partners, Kirana D. Sastrawijaya, Partner, Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partners
Kirana D. Sastrawijaya
Kirana D. Sastrawijaya Partner Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partners
  • Introduction to local and international seismic design procedures and guidelines
  • Incorporating seismic risk mitigation and disaster risk reduction strategies from the design stage
  • Performance-based approach to the seismic design of single lateral resisting system: RC core-wall and outriggers
  • Wind effect on the super-tall building
  • Innovative floor system for the super-tall Indonesia-Satu
  • Incorporating the construction aspect into design: Constructibility issues
  • Deep basement: Design and construction aspects of the 7-level 25-meter deep basement construction with top-down method

Speakers:

Davy Sukamta
Davy Sukamta Principal Davy Sukamta & Partners; President, HAKI (Indonesian Society of Civil and Structural Engineers), Fellow PE
Nick Alexander M.Sc
Nick Alexander M.Sc Partner Davy Sukamta & Partners, PE
Jessica N.Handoko
Jessica N.Handoko Project Manager Davy Sukamta & Partners, PE
  • Brief introduction to the Masterplan for Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia's Economic Development (MP3EI)
  • Assessing the role of private sector finance in achieving development targets through PPP frameworks
  • Understanding the key characteristics of government projects and programmes
  • Overview of common challenges, regulatory discrepancies and dynamic market factors facing the construction industry
  • Exploring the tools available to project managers to deal with risk and financial management issues and work towards a well-balanced portfolio
  • Assessing PPP opportunities through a risk-driven approach

Speakers:

Ayik Candrawulan Gunadi
Ayik Candrawulan Gunadi Partner ABNR Law
  • Overview of the knowledge areas and processes involved in projects
  • Understanding how to write a scope statement
  • Developing a work breakdown structure for a project
  • Principles of efficient cost, construction and procurement management
  • Project review and change management strategies

Speakers:

Jusak Buntaran
Jusak Buntaran LEED Green Associate, Board Member PMI Indonesia Chapter
  • Trends and demands in vertical residential or campus buildings leading to the development of high-rise multi tower buildings
  • Applying the Seismic Design Code of SNI 03-1726-012 to multi tower building design
    - Dual system of shear wall and concrete frame requirements
    - Building structural irregularity checking
    - Checking of the redundancy factor
  • Diaphram interaction analysis of the podium that connects all the towers
  • Design of collector, chord and distributor elements

Speakers:

Wijono Ramli
Wijono Ramli Structural Engineer and Project Coordinator Wiratman
Garlan Ramadhan
Garlan Ramadhan Structural Engineer and Project Coordinator Wiratman
  • Build a contract awareness for Project Team
  • Mitigation of contract risk
  • Contract administration

Speakers:

Ir. Corina Permata Sari Munthe
Ir. Corina Permata Sari Munthe Vice President Marketing PMI Indonesia Chapter period 2013 – 2017
  • Identifying key areas of non-compliance frequently missed by facilities managers and end users during post-construction handover phase
  • Estimating the potential OPEX costs to end user associated with non-compliance and sub-standard workmanship quality
  • Highlighting top tips and guidance for facilities managers, asset managers, building owners and end users to use during handover, maintenance and preventative maintenance activities to reduce operational costs and improve building performance
  • Ensuring effective technical and building due diligence at post-construction stage to avoid costly mistakes or conditions
  • Conducting regular building audits to look for MEP inconsistencies or structural conditions

Speakers:

Bernanto Soerojo
Bernanto Soerojo Director VAS NAI Indonesia

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  • Introduction to flood control policies in Indonesia
  • Understanding the essentials of integrated flood risk management
  • Highlighting the main challenges facing water management and urban drainage plans in Indonesia
  • Overview of state of the art technologies aiding sustainable urban development and water management
  • Smart city approaches to urban planning and water management

Speakers:

Martijn Wieriks
Martijn Wieriks Managing Director SEPAM Consultants
  • Update on current Jakarta MRT project status
  • Assessing Indonesia’s MRT requirements and plans
  • Technology, methods and techniques: Engineering and advanced equipment requirements for delivering the Jakarta MRT
  • Overcoming complexity in finance structures, foreign investment and partnership arrangements across numerous stakeholders
  • Opportunities for the construction sector and third party vendors

Speakers:

Basuki Muchlis
Basuki Muchlis Chairman of the Division IV (Partnership, Sports and Construction Services) Indonesian Road Development Association (HPJI)
Mohamad Nasyir
Mohamad Nasyir Director of Construction PT MRT Jakarta
  • Defining a ‘smart building’: What is it and why are they important?
  • Exploring the latest advancements in building automation and technologies
  • Evaluating how new technologies contribute to the sustainability and operational efficiency of buildings
  • Smart buildings and achieving and maintaining green building certifications such as LEED

Nadine Bitar, CEO, Placemaking ME

 

Speakers:

Nadine Bitar
Nadine Bitar CEO Placemaking ME
  • Introduction to value analysis and value planning principles
  • Assessing project economics and putting effective construction cost controls in place
  • Conducting a proper risk assessment and planning for risk mitigation
  • Developing a value management approach to optimize design and promote project value
  • Evaluating high value methods to realign project goals

Speakers:

Sandy Surya Sanwatri
Sandy Surya Sanwatri Design Manager Putragaya Wahana
  • Introduction to waterfront development principles and best practice
  • Case Study: City Scale Waterfront Development in Indonesia
         - Assessing how waterfront development can be part of the initial city scale planning
         - Highlighting how waterfront development can support the water sensitive urban design strategies
         - Determining how waterfront development can act as the catalyst for a new international destination 
  • Case Study: Revitalisation of Kg. Ayer Zone A, Badar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam
  • Assessing how waterfront development can revitalize abandoned urban areas and create new city landmark.
  • Highlighting how waterfront development can reconnect people by tapping into local cultural and history
  • Determining how waterfront development can reinvent a new destination and generate economic investments and interests
  • Key planning and design ideas for Public Private Partnership (PPP) area within the Kg. Ayer Zone A, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam

Speakers:

Johannes Spies
Johannes Spies Director Townland International
Monika Indriasari
Monika Indriasari Director Townland International
Farida Devi Kurniawati
Farida Devi Kurniawati Associate Director Townland International
  • Assessing the role of technology innovation in the public sector
  • Highlighting how smart grid infrastructure can drive smart city development
  • Approaches to smart grid development
  • Facilitating public and private sector collaboration to achieve sustainable development goals

Nadine Bitar, CEO, Placemaking ME

 

Speakers:

Nadine Bitar
Nadine Bitar CEO Placemaking ME
  • Understanding the concept of ‘liveability’: What does it mean and how can it lead to a more cohesive and sustainable urban environment?
  • Exploring smart technology opportunities on a district level
  • What role does technological innovation play in achieving liveability goals and sustainability targets in cities and communities?
  • Top tips and guidance for architects and urban planners to better apply smart city and liveability concepts in project planning and design

Nadine Bitar, CEO, Placemaking ME

Speakers:

Nadine Bitar
Nadine Bitar CEO Placemaking ME
  • Overview of LCA and highlighting its relevance to the construction industry
  • Outlining how the construction industry can do more to apply LCA principles
  • Incorporation LCA techniques and principles from design stage and throughout the project decision-making process
  • Identifying key challenges to LCA adoption in Indonesia
  • Lessons learnt from building sector case studies including impact on inventory, energy, emissions, LCEA and more

Speakers:

Dr. Nuki Agya Utama
Dr. Nuki Agya Utama Head of Working Group on Building, Indonesian Life Cycle Assessment Network (ILCAN) President Director, Baryon HP

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Visit Us

 

Bringing new possibilities and networking opportunities

New exhibitors from across the show’s product sectors mean you can source new certified products and review existing ones, compare prices and meet suppliers. We guarantee you will find products to meet all your project requirements.

Connect with these professionals via the online Exhibitor List pre-show and take away the onsite Show Guide directory of the exhibitors and speakers who brought new possibilities to your attention.

 

VIEW EXHIBITOR LIST

LATEST NEWS

Watch this space for the more news about the show and Indonesia’s construction industry

Covering exhibitors, new developments and happenings at The Big 5 Construct Indonesia and industry news, visit the following pages for more.

 

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Free certified workshops to develop your career

You can attend free workshops including popular Innovation in Design and BIM topics, and develop your career The Big 5 Construct Indonesia. This year sees 22 new workshop topics. We are also launching a Sustainability Day with a focus on smart, sustainable and green buildings and cities.

VIEW 2016 WORKSHOP AGENDA

Your guide to the one of the biggest construction exhibition

Download our guide for what's new this year, workshop agendas and more. Get all the information you need on one of  Indonesia's biggest construction show, including exhibitor stats and a SNEAK PEAK at the 2016 floor plan. 

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Register now to gain entry to the largest construction exhibition

Visitors will be able to meet new exhibitors from more countries than ever before. There will be free networking, exclusive opportunities, onsite competitions, new programmes and new workshop topics including a Sustainability Day on the final show day (11th November 2016).

 

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