Construction of the Papua Governor’s Office Reaches 89 Percent – The construction of the new Papua governor’s office in  Dock II area, the Jayapura City, has reached 89 percent, and is predicted to be completed by the end of November 2022.

For seeing the progress of the construction, Assistant II of the Papua Regional Secretary, M. Musa’ad, accompanied by Assistant III Derek Hegemur and the head of the OPD did a visit to see the progress of the construction of the new Governor’s Office, Monday (16/10/2022).

“The progress of development to date is 89 percent, currently Sudan’s work is in the finishing details stage,” said Bima Oktriyanto, Project Manager at PT PP (Persero) Tbk.

It is said, according to the contract the construction of the Papua governor’s office will end on December 31, 2022.

However, the development work was accelerated at the request of the government so that it could be inaugurated to coincide with the birthday of the Papua provincial government on December 27, 2022.

“Currently we are accelerating work by adding workers, a total workforce of 421 people divided into three shifts,” he said.

It is known that the construction process for the new governor’s office building was carried out on a multi-year (project) with funds of  IDR 393 billion sourced from the Papua Province Regional Budget.

Previously, Assistant II to the Papua Regional Secretary, Muhammad Musa’ad, ensured that the new building for the Papua Governor’s office would be in the form of local wisdom and low carbon.

The shape of the building is also certain to be made very efficient and economical, so that there will be a special room that can later be used by the community.

“The construction of the new 9-story Governor’s Office building will be carried out by PT. Development and Housing (PP) Tbk. The form is in accordance with local wisdom, low carbon and uniquely Papuan and all of this has been conveyed to PT PP,” said Musa’ad.

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