goodmorningpapua.com – The Papua Youth Creative Hub (PYCH) building is ready to be a place for young Papuans to develop their various talents and skills. The construction of the building initiated by young people who are members of the Inspirational Young Papua (PMI) has reached 84 percent.
“The construction of the PYCH Building has reached 84 percent,” said the Head of the Papua Regional Settlement Infrastructure Center, Directorate General of Human Settlements, Ministry of PUPR, Corneles Sagrim, while reviewing the PYCH Building project in Wahno Village, Abepura District, Jayapura City, Papua Province, Monday (19/9). /2022).
Also attending the visit were Deputy IV for Economic Intelligence at BIN I Gde Made Kartikajaya, Director for Planning and Control of Operations, Deputy IV Wagiyo Raharjo, a Head of Sub-Directorate for Forestry Plantation, Deputy IV for BIN Syaifullah.
Then, the Head of Sub-Directorate for Infrastructure and Telecommunications, Deputy IV BIN Bambang Heri S and his staff. There are also PMI General Coordinator Billy Mambrasar, contractor PT Nindya Karya (Persero), and a number of other figures.
BIN fostering PMI youth supports the construction of a building that will become a center for self-development of young talents in the Bumi Cenderawasih area.
According to Corneles Sagrim, the construction of this building began in October 2021 and was originally planned to be completed in December 2022. Then, this development is sought to be accelerated to be completed in October 2022, but still prioritizes the quality of the project construction.
The plan is for President Jokowi to inaugurate this building in October or December 2022 at the latest.
“We built this building with very good quality. Pak Jokowi plans to inaugurate this building,” said Corneles.
This 15-hectare building has various facilities, including co-working space, space for learning technology, digital technology, concert hall, space for product innovations, dormitories, and sports facilities.
The main building area is around 3,520 square meters and the supporting buildings are 1,812 square meters. The PYCH building will also be equipped with a dormitory building or dormitory room, as well as a parking area with a capacity of 53 cars, 154 motorbikes and landscapes.
In addition, Cornelis said, the architectural design of the building was taken from traditional houses in Papua, namely the Kariwari traditional house and the Honai traditional house. This building will also display ornaments from seven regions or customary areas in Papua. “The points have been designed, they just need to be installed,” added Corneles.