Risk analysis of time on road infrastructure development (Case study: Construction industry in Papua)

D A Rusim, H Parung, R U Latief, W Tjaronge
2019 IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environment  
The transportation service of the land, sea and air transportation of Papua Province is still very low, due to geographical, topographic, soil conditions and social constraints that hamper infrastructure development. The development of the road network is only focused on meeting the accessibility needs of the production centers to the distribution centers. The phenomenon of inequality that occurs in the world and the territory of Indonesia also occurs in the province of Papua. The gap between
more » ... gions can be seen primarily by the lagging regions of the Central Highlands of Papua with other regions, especially with the coast of the North Coast of Papua. Identified there are still 14 (fourteen) isolated points/areas, where the development has not touched at all (Regional Development Planning Board of Papua Province, 2007). Many obstacles faced in the implementation of road pavement projects in Papua Constraints encountered, among others, very difficult geographical conditions, unpredictable weather, material, and In addition, security problems and customary rights issues in Papua are also a constraint on the implementation of infrastructure development roads in Papua that have an impact on cost performance. Data collection was conducted on 45 construction service companies in Papua.
doi:10.1088/1755-1315/235/1/012077 fatcat:vglw24zs2beoxi7n6n2tyspvba