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WBP Completes Work on Becakayu Toll Road Ramp On Off Construction Project

Jakarta, November 2021. PT Waskita Beton Precast Tbk (WBP) is committed to participating in infrastructure development in Indonesia. One of them is that the company acts as the main contractor in building the ramp on and off the Bekasi – Cawang – Kampung Melayu (Becakayu Toll) toll road, which is one of WBP`s priority projects.



This project is a construction project for the entrance and exit gates on the Becakayu Toll Road on the Jatiwaringin side. The ramp on and off project began on April 8, 2019. Work on the ramp on for 810 meters was completed on January 14, 2021, while the ramp off for 739 meters is targeted for completion on December 28, 2021. This project is a complementary project to the Becakayu Toll Road section B-C.



In this project, WBP also supplies several concrete products, namely spun pile, square pile, PCI girder, readymix concrete, and basecourse A. These products are produced at WBP`s Plants located in West Java, namely Sadang, Subang, Bojonegara, and Karawang and Kalijati. . Readymix concrete is produced at the Lampiri Batching Plant, and Basecourse A is produced at the Bojonegara Quarry. "We produce various quality precast products at the company`s plant. Of course, with the support of qualified resources and competent workforce," said FX Poerbayu Ratsunu, as Marketing Director of PT Waskita Beton Precast Tbk.



The existence of the Becakayu ramp is able to facilitate the mobility of people in the Pondok Gede, Pondok Bambu, Jatiwaringin, and surrounding areas to access the Becakayu toll gate towards Cawang. Meanwhile, the benefits of the Becakayu ramp off can facilitate the mobility of people who will go to Pondok Gede, Pondok Bambu, Jatiwaringin, and surrounding areas through the Exit Toll Off Ramp. "WBP always implements K3 procedures in every process of production, supply, and construction work," said Poerbayu