Infrastructure & Building
The Infrastructure and Building Strategic Business Line has been the main business of the Company and represents its foremost capability in supporting Indonesia’s economic growth by synergizing excellent human capital, latest technology and years’ expertise in megastructure projects.
Always in the frontline in presenting higher quality of life, WIKA’s Infrastructure business line has been one the Company’s main strength for more than 6 (six) decades. WIKA is trusted to manage various strategic projects in the country, including 40 reservoirs that are built to create food sustainability, as well as 632 kilometers of toll roads, 15 airports, and 32 ports and harbors to support the improvement of connectivity.
Aside from opening access from villages to cities with the construction of Trans-Papua, WIKA also participates in transforming the face of Indonesia’s transport by becoming the pioneer in constructing the railroad infrastructure, comprising of the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT), Light Rail Transit (LRT), High Speed Railway (HSR), and Automated People Mover System (APMS). These various portfolios and characteristics have led WIKA to be at the forefront of the country's infrastructure market.
List Of Projects
Serang Panimbang Toll Road
Serang Panimbang (Serpan) Toll Road is a toll road that connects Serang and Tanjung Lesung.See More
The Kretek Bridge
The Kretek Bridge is part of the National Strategic Program (PSN). Construction of the Southern Cross Road (JJLS) which has a length of 2,015 meters.See More
Kijing Terminal aim to be the largest international standard port in Kalimantan as an import-export gateway, with the capacity of large ships that loaded up to 100,000 DWT.See More
WIKA and several other companies are working together to build the Patimban Port in a consortium.See More
The Cileunyi–Sumedang–Dawuan Toll Road or abbreviated as the Cisumdawu Toll Road is a Trans Java Toll Road located in West Java connecting the areas of Bandung, Sumedang and Majalengka.See More