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Monthly Progress Report No.

26
Covering Project Activities During

February 2015

MINISTRY
OF
PUBLIC
WORKS
DIRECTORATE
GENERAL
OF HIGHWAYS
DIRECTORATE OF PLANNING
Core Team Consultant for
Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement
IBRD Loan No. 8043-10

Our Ref.No.

: 03_02/CTAlO/M-02.2015

Project (WINRIP)

Jakarta, March 18, 2015

Directorate General of Highways, MPW


JI. Patimura 20 Kebayoran Baru
Jakarta Selatan
Indonesia
Attention:
Subject

Ir. Agusta Ersada Sinulingga , MT


Officer In Charge PMU WIN RIP
Submission of February 2015 Monthly Progress Report No.2S; WINRIP Loan IBRO No.
8043-10

Dear Sir,
In compliance with the Terms of Reference of our Consultancy Contract, we submit herewith the Monthly
Progress Report No.26 covering the month of February2015.
This Report is reproduced in twenty (20) copies for distributionto all concemed authorities.
Should you have any comment or additional information that need to be incorporated in the Report, please
feel free to get in touch with us.

Cc:
1. Direktur Jenderal Bina Marga
2. InspektoratJenderal, Kementrian PU
3. DirekturTransportasi - Bappenas
4. Direktur Pengelolaan Kas Negara (PKN), KementrianKeuangan
5. Direktur Bina Program, DitJen Bina Marga
6. Direktur Bina Teknik, DitJen Bina Marga
7. Direktur Bina PelaksanaanWilayah I, DJBM
8. Biro Perencanaan & KLN, KementrianPU
9. Kasubdit Kawasan Strategis dan Andalan, KementrianDalam Negeri
10. Kasubdit Pembiayaandan Kerjasama Luar Negeri, Dit. Bipran, DJBM
11. KasubditWilayah I B, Direktorat Bina PelaksanaWilayah I, DJBM
12. KasubditWilayah I C, Direktorat Bina PelaksanaWilayah I, DJBM
13. KasubditWilayah I D, Direktorat Bina PelaksanaWilayah I, DJBM
14. Kepala SNVT PembinaanAdministrasi dan Pelaksanaan Pengendalian PHLN
15. PT. Perentjana Djaja
16. Yongma Engineering Co, Ltd
17. PT. Epadascon Permata Engine~ringConsultant
18. File
PT. PERENTJANADJAJAin subconsultancy with Vongma Engineering Co. Ltd and ilPT. Epadascon Pennata
eTC Office: JI. Ciniru VII No. 25, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta 5elatan, 12180
Phone /Fax: (021) 7229823

Engineering Consultant

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1.1 Current Implementation Situation


Civil Works
Implementation of the WINRIP Project is scheduled to be implemented into three (3) Annual Work
Programs (AWPs). The implementation starts with the preparation of tender documents (detailed
design drawings including associated bidding documents), tendering stage (procurement of works)
and the actual civil works construction implementation.
The original implementation schedules of the three (3) Annual Work Programs (AWPs) are
scheduled in three (3) phases namely ; AWP-1 to start in mid-2011 and to be completed on the last
quarter of 2014, AWP-2 is expected to begin in mid 2012 with target date of completion by mid2016 and AWP-3 is expected to start during the early part of 2013 and to be completed during the
middle part of 2017.
However, due to some unavoidable circumstances the original implementation schedules did not
materialized.
Based on the present status of the program implementation progress, a revised implementation
schedule, the Project Implementation Timeline (as shown on Page 1-2) is to be implemented in
order to accommodate the originally delayed schedule into the remaining time frame of the
WINRIP Program until the expiry date of the loan agreement by the end of December 2017.
Implementation Status as of February 28, 2015
Pack
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Package Name
Krui - Biha
Padang Sawah - Sp.Empat
Manggopoh - Padang
Sawah
Ipuh - Bantal
Sp. Rampa - Poriaha
Ps. Pedati - Kerkap
Indrapura - Tapan
Bts.Pariaman - Manggopoh
Rantau Tijang - Kota Agung
Sp. Empat - Sp. Air Balam
Bantal - Mukomuko
Kambang - Indrapura
Sp. Rukis - Tj.Kemuning
Painan - Kambang
Sibolga - Bts.Tap Sel
Seblat - Ipuh
Sp.Gn.Kemala - Pg.Tampak
Mukomuko - Bts.Sumbar
Lais - Bintunan
Lubuk Alung - Sicincin
Lubuk Alung - Kuraijati
TOTAL:

Contract
Sign
1
1

Under
Construct
1
1

Waiting
COW

Proc
Process

Review
DED

DED
Process

Proposed
cancel

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1

1
1

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Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

Project Implementation Timeline


Pack
#

PACKAGE NAME

Length
Km

C'tion 2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
Period J N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D

Krui - Biha

25.00

21 mth

Padang Sawah - Sp.Empat

40.90

24 mth

CONSTRUCTION

Manggopoh - Padang Sawah

32.00

24 mth

CONSTRUCTION

Ipuh - Bantal

42.40

24 mth

CONSTRUCTION

SIMPANG RAMPA - PORIAHA

CONSTRUCTION

11.10

18 mth

Review DED & RS

PQ

11 BANTAL - MUKOMUKO

50.10

24 mth

Review DED & RS

PQ

13 SP RUKIS - TJ KEMUNING

56.30

24 mth

Review DED & RS

PQ

17 Sp.Gn.KEMALA - Pg. TAMPAK

36.80

24 mth

Review DED & RS

PQ

25.00

15 mth

Review DED & RS

SBD & OE + BD

PROC

COW

19 LAIS - BINTUNAN

11.60

10 mth

Review DED & RS

SBD & OE + BD

PROC

COW

15 SIBOLGA - BATAS TAPSEL

36.00

27 mth

Review DED & RS

INDRAPURA - TAPAN

19.50

21 mth

DED

RSA & REVISED DED

OE & BD

PROC

COW

BTS.Kt PARIAMAN-MANGGOPOH

46.80

24 mth

DED

RSA & REVISED DED

OE & BD

PROC

COW

CONSTRUCTION

10 SIMPANG EMPAT - SP.AIR BALAM

61.70

24 mth

DED

RSA & REVISED DED

OE & BD

PROC

COW

CONSTRUCTION

12 KAMBANG - INDRAPURA

55.20

24 mth

DED

RSA & REVISED DED

OE & BD

PROC

COW

CONSTRUCTION

14 PAINAN KAMBANG

31.50

21 mth

DED

Rev-DED RS

OE & BD

PROC

COW

CONSTRUCTION

16 SEBLAT IPUH

34.50

21 mth

DED

Rev-DED RS

OE & BD

PROC

COW

CONSTRUCTION

20 LUBUK ALUNG SICINCIN

14.60

18 mth

DED

Rev-DED RS

OE & BD

PROC

COW

CONSTRUCTION

21 LUBUK ALUNG KURAITAJI

16.80

18 mth

DED

Rev-DED RS

OE & BD

PROC

COW

CONSTRUCTION

42.00

The Road has been constructed by MPW within 2011-2013. Road condition is good. Proposed to be deleted from the list of WINRIP's work program

25.80

The Road has been constructed by MPW within 2011-2013. Road condition is good. Proposed to be deleted from the list of WINRIP's work program

PS. PEDATI - KERKAP

RANTAU TIJANG-KOTA AGUNG

18 MUKOMUKO-BTS SUMBAR

Original target : 715.60 km


Revised target : 647.80 km

PROC
PROC

COW

CONSTRUCTION

COW

PROC

CONSTRUCTION
COW

PROC

CONSTRUCTION

COW

SBD & OE + BD

CONSTRUCTION
CONSTRUCTION
CONSTRUCTION

PROC

COW

CONSTRUCTION
CONSTRUCTION

ENVIRONMENT & SOCIAL SAFEGUARD


PQ

Prequalification

DED

Detail Eng Design

RS

LARAP Study

Road Safety

OE

Owner's Estimate

Appraisal & Public Consultation

BD

Bid Document

LARAP Implementation

Proc

Procurement & Sign Contr

COW

Preparation for Commencement of Work

SBD

Standard Biding Document

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6 month Critical Time for


land compensation

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

1.2 Disbursement
Loan Allocation and Percent (%) Disbursement To Date
100.00

WINRIP ACTUAL PROGRESS UP TO FEBRUARY 2015 AND FORECAST UP TO DECEMBER 2017

90.00
#REF!

1.25

80.00
70.00

% Complete

60.00
50.00
40.00
30.00

Forecast February 2015


Forecast Expenditure USD 61.63 mil
(24.65%)

20.00
10.00

Deviation = 19.53%
ACTUAL February 2015
Actual Expenditure USD
12.79 mil (5.12 %)

0.00

Month

No disbursement from the loan to the end of February 2015, and the total disbursements was
USD 12,794,201.36 equivalent to approximately 5.12% of the loan funds. The following table
summarizes the individual disbursements as calculated by CTC but retaining the total
disbursement from Client Connection at the end of February 2015. Appendix A shows the
Overall Loan Progress Status.
Category

Description

Loan
Restructuring
Amount US$

Disbursement
This Period

Previous
Disbursement

Totals Disbursed
to End February
in US$

%
Disbursed

Part 1 Betterment and


Capacity Expansion of
National Roads.

220,400,000.00

1,261,155.46

8,967,165.07

10,228,320.53

4.64

16,000,000.00

2,565,880.83

2,565,880.83

16.04

1,000,000.00

12,600,000.00

250,000,000.00

1,261,155.46

11,533,045.90

12,794,201.36

5.12

Part 2
2

Implementation
Support
Part 3

Road Sector
Institutional
Development
Part 4

4
Unallocate
d
Original
Loan
Amount

Contingency for
Disaster Risk Response

The Ending balance for Special Account end of January 2015 USD 310,946.34.

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Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

1.3 World Bank Implementation Review Mission and Site Visit


During the period (February 2015), the TFAC Audit Team conducted site audit on Packages No.2
and No.3 from February 9 to 27, 2015.
Likewise, the Country Management Unit of World Bank Jakarta Office visited the project sites in
the Sumatera Barat Province on February 27, 2015 and conducted social and environmental
safeguard review.

1.4 Procurement of Civil Works Contract Under Category 1 of the Loan Agreement
The current status of Contract Packages which are under procurement stage are as follows :
1.

Package 17 (Sp. Gunung Kemala Pugung Tampak) AWP-3.


This sub-project is under implementation schedule AWP-3. The project roadline is
located in the Province of Lampung having an approximate length of 36.80 kilometers.
The Contract Package is procured thru the Prequalification and International
Competitive Bidding (ICB) procurement method.
As mentioned in previous Monthly Progress Report, World Bank already issued the
disbursement form (Form 384).
Notice To Proceed to commence the Works is still to be issued subject to completion
of the acquisition of Right of Ways (ROW).

2.

Package 11 (Bantal Mukomuko) AWP-2


This sub-project is under implementation schedule AWP-2. The project roadline is
located in the Province of Bengkulu having an approximate length of 50.10 kilometers.
The Contract Package is procured thru the Prequalification and International
Competitive Bidding (ICB) procurement method.
As previously mentioned in last month progress report, World Bank already issued the
disbursement form (Form 384).
Notice To Proceed to commence the Works is still to be issued subject to completion
of the acquisition of Right of Ways (ROW).

3.

Package 13 (Sp. Rukis Tj. Kemuning) AWP-2


This sub-project is under implementation schedule AWP-2. The project roadline is
located in the Province of Bengkulu having an approximate length of 56.30 kilometers.
The Contract Package is procured thru the Prequalification and International
Competitive Bidding (ICB) procurement method.
As previously metioned in the previous monthly report, World Bank already issued the
disbursement form (Form 384).
Notice To Proceed to commence the Works is still to be issued subject to completion
of the acquisition of Right of Ways (ROW).

4.

Packages 5 (Simpang Rampa Poriaha) AWP-2


This sub-project is under implementation schedule AWP-2. The project roadline is
located in the Province of Sumatera Utara having an approximate length of
9.70 kilometers.
The Contract Package is procured thru the Prequalification and International
Competitive Bidding (ICB) procurement method.

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Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

As mentioned in previous Monthly Progress Report, the World Bank issued No


Objection Letter (NOL) on the resubmitted Revised Bid Evaluation Report (BER) and
concurred the award of contract to the lowest bidder PT. Nusa Konstruksi Enjiniring,
Tbk.
During the period (February 2015), the 1st extension of bid validity period from the
original expiry date on January 20, 2015 expired on February 18, 2015 with no
execution of contract award to the lowest bidder, PT. Nusa Konstruksi Enjiniring, Tbk.
Considering the length of time to process of signing the award of contract which still
requires more time, a 2 nd extension of another 28 days was required with bid validity
to expire on March 18, 2015 and in accordance with the Bidding Documents, the Bid
Security was also extended to remain valid until 28 days beyond the expiry date of the
2nd bid validity extension.
Before the expiry date on February 18, 2015 of the 1 st bid validity extension and prior
to issuance of instruction to all bidders to extend for another 28 days period of their
bid validity, DGH have requested World Bank to issue No Objection Letter (NOL) for
the 2nd extension.
On February 16, 2015, the World Bank interpose no objection with the issuance of
NOL to extend the bid validity period for another 28 days.
As of this waiting, the Ministry of Public Works (MPW) still to approve the Bid
Evaluation Report (BER) as the propose amount for contract award is more than
Rp. 100,000,000,000.
5.

Package No. 6 (Pasar Pedati Kerkap) AWP-2


This sub-project is under implementation schedule AWP-2. The project roadline is
located in the Province of Bengkulu having an approximate length of 20.90 kilometer.
The Contract Package is procured thru the National Competitive Bidding (NCB) using
the method of e-procurement system of procuring the works.
As mentioned in previous monthly progress report, there were seven (7) applicant
bidder who submitted their bids on December 29, 2014 and bids were opened on the
same day. Six (6) bidders are sole entity contractors, while the other bidder is in joint
venture with another contractor.
The applicant bidders who submitted their bids are as follow :
PT. Multi Structure (JO) PT. Rodate

: Rp. 90,287,440,000

PT. Jaya Konstruksi, MP

: Rp. 90,800,000,000

PT. Yasa Patria Perkasa

: Rp. 90,850,000,000

PT. Hutama Karya (Persero)

: Rp.109,292,800,000

PT. Bumi Karsa

: Rp. 86,912,075,000

PT. Waskita Karya (Persero)

: Rp. 86,517,470,600

PT. Istaka Karya (Persero)

: Rp. 90,100,660,000

The lowest canvassed bid is submitted by PT. Waskita Karya (Persero) with an amount
of Rp. 86,517,470,600 which is 6.06% below the approved Owners Estimate of
Rp. 92,097,356,000, while the 2 nd lowest bid is quoted by PT. Bumi Karsa with an
amount of Rp. 86,912,075,000 or 5.63% lower than the Ownerss Estimate.
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Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

Bid Evaluation Report has been finalized and announcement of winner by POKJA was
made on February 13, 2015.
As no complain from the non-winning bidders was received during the complaint
period, PPK issued letter of acceptance to award the contract to the lowest responsive
bidder, PT. Waskita Karya.
It is expected that contract signing will be executed during the 1 st week of March
2015.
6.

Package No.19 (Lais Bintunan) AWP-3


This sub-project is under implementation schedule AWP-3. The project roadline is
located in the Province of Bengkulu having an approximate length of 10.80 kilometers.
The Contract Package is procured thru the National Competitive Bidding (NCB) using
the method of e-procurement system of procuring the works.
As mentioned in previous monthly progress report, there were three (3) applicant
contractors who submitted their bids on December 29, 2014 and bids were opened on
the same day. All the three (3) bidders are sole entity Contractors.
The applicant bidders who submitted their bids are as follows :
PT. Maras Bangun Persada

: Rp. 32,929,110,000

PT. Rodatekindo Purajaya

: Rp. 33,689,459,000

PT. Sumber Tratindo Utama

: Rp. 31,758,052,000

The lowest canvassed bid is submitted by PT. Sumber Tratindo Utama with an amount
of Rp. 31,758,052,000 which is 11.18% below the approved Owners Estimate of
Rp. 35,756,587,000, while the 2nd lowest bid is submitted by PT. Maras Bangun
Persada in the amount of Rp. 32,929,110,000 or 7.91% lower than the Ownerss
Estimate.
Bid Evaluation Report has been finalized and announcement of winner by POKJA was
made on February 13, 2015.
Based on the Bid Evaluation Report (BER) and post-review of the qualification of the
1st and 2nd lowest bidders, both failed to quality due to lack of related work experience
and failed to met the minimum required financial resources.
As no complain from the two (2) disqualified bidders was received during the
complain period, PPK issued letter of acceptance on February 23, 2015 to POKJAs
recommendation to award the contract to the 3rd lowest responsive bidder,
PT. Rodatekindo Purajaya.
It is expected that contract signing will be executed during the 1 st week of March
2015.
7.

Package No.15 (Sibolga Batas Tapsel) AWP-3


This sub-project is included in the implementation schedule AWP-3. The Project road
is 36 kilometers long and located in the Province of Sumatera Utara.
The Contract Package is procured thru post qualification criteria and International
Competitive Bidding (ICB) method using the Full e-Procurement System.
As originally scheduled, bids were submitted on February 23, 2015 and bids were
opened at 10:15 a.m, on the same day at BALAI I Office in Medan.

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Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

There were nine (9) applicant bidder ; seven (7) sole entity and two (2) joint venture
contractors who submitted bids.
Following are Contractor bidders who submitted their bids with their respective bid
prices as read out during the opening :
PT. Bangun Cipta Kontraktor

: Rp. 303,596,654,817

PT. Yasa Patria Perkasa PT. Conbloc Infratecno, JO

: Rp. 305,575,900,000

PT. Mawatindo Road Construction

: Rp. 340,675,157,000

PT. Adhi Karya (Persero), Tbk

: Rp. 291,500,000,000

PT. Pembangunan Perumahan (Persero)

: Rp. 260,100,000,000

PT. Multi Structure

: Rp. 265,804,568,624

PT. Hutama Karya (Persero)

: Rp. 350,486,000,000

PT. Waskita Karya (Persero)

: Rp. 291.446.247.000

PT. Nindya Karya Jaya Konstruksi, JO

: Rp. 272,000,000,000

The 1st lowest is offered by PT. Pembangunan Perumahan (Persero) in the amount of
Rp.260,100,000,000 which is 28.61% below the approved Owners Estimated of
Rp.364,330,559,000 and the 2nd lowest tender is submitted by PT. Multi Structure with
the amount of Rp.265,804,568,624 or 27.04% lower than the Owners Estimate.
Bid Evaluation Reports (BER) is ongoing preparation by POKJA and the Report is
expected to be finalized on March 17, 2015.
Procurement of Other Civil Work Contract Package
The present status of other Contract Packages which are scheduled to be put on tender soon
are as follow :

- Package No.7 (Indrapura Tapan) AWP-2


- Package No.8 (Bts. Kota Pariaman Manggopoh) AWP-2
- Package No.10 (Sp. Empat Sp. Air Balam) AWP-2
- Package No.12 (Kambang Indrapura) AWP-2
Associated bidding documents are under preparation and finalization by the Design
Supervision Consultant (DSC).
Detailed Engineering Design DED drawings and Engineers Estimates of the four (4) subprojects are under final revision by incorporating Banks final comments based on February
10, 2015 letter..
As of this writing, the Revised Drawings and Engineers Estimate are still to be completed for
resubmission to the World Bank for issuance of No Objection Letter (NOL).
Status of the last four (4) remaining contract packages which are scheduled for procurement
during the last half of the Year 2015 are as follows :

- Package No.14 (Painan - Kambang) AWP-3


- Package No.16 (Seblat - Ipuh) AWP-3
- Package No.20 (Lubuk Alung - Sicincin) AWP-3
- Package No.21 (Lubuk Alung - Kuraitaji) AWP-3
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Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

Detailed Engineering Design drawings and associated bidding documents are under
finalization and review BALAI II (Padang).

1.5 Procurement of Three (3) Consultancy Packages Under Category 3 of the Loan
Agreement, Part 3: Road Sector Institutional Development
1.

Technical Assistance for Capacity Building for Disaster Risk Reduction


Terms of Reference had been finalized with the incorporation of Banks comments and
formally submitted to World Bank for final review and issuance of No Objection Letter
(NOL). Standard Bidding Documents for ICB full e-procurement method is under final
preparation.
Request For Expression of Interest has been already finalized by TLKJ and ready for
announcement.

2.

Technical Assistance for Capacity Building for Environmental Management


Propose to be deleted.

3.

Technical Assistance for Capacity Building for Road Safety


Propose to be deleted.

1.6 Consolidated Update of the Progress of the Project


Other brief updates of the pre-construction activities of this reporting month are shown in Table 1.1.

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Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

Consolidated Project Status As Of End February 2015


Table 1.1

Group

Pack.
No.

Loan Package Name

DED

Technical
Design
Review

Road Safety

Status

Krui - Bha

Environmental

Audit

Doc Requirement

AWP-1

Status

Doc Requirement

SPPL OK P2JN 2010 &


1).LARAP
AMDAL Subdit TLKJ
2). LARAP Mon
OK 2012 . WB NOL
Report
issues on 20 Nov 2013

Completed

Completed

Completed

SPPL & AMDAL


(No.1 & 17)

Completed

Completed

Completed

SPPL&UKL/ UPL
Bridge

OK P2JN 2010 (No


need NOL WB for
SPPL/UKL&UPL)

1).LARAP
2). LARAP Mon
Report

Manggopoh - Padang Saw ah

Completed

Completed

Completed

SPPL

OK P2JN 2010.(No
need NOL WB for
SPPL/UKL&UPL)

Status
1).NOL WB 4 Jan 13 2).NOL
Monitoring LARAP 18 April
2013, Rev 26 June 2013.
Remaining issues: (1) one plot
due to the alignment changing
not yet paid by project. (2)
Certification process of the PAP
w ill be as soon as resolved by
LG

Budget
Allocation

Satker PJN
Prov

Procurement
Status

Status

Contract
Implementation Plan
Est'd.

Duration

Start

(Months)

Remarks

Completed

Jan-14

21.00

1).NOL WB 13 Dec 12
2).Pending issues:
Compensation for the remaining APBD Provinsi
21 PAP and 24 new PAP not yet
resolved by Local Government

80%

Completed

Jan-14

24.00

1).LARAP
2). LARAP Mon
Report

1).NOL WB 13 Dec 12
2).Pending issues:
compensation payment for the
remaining 1 PAP (Rajo Sati) not
yet paid by Local Government

APBD Provinsi

99%

Completed

Jan-14

24.00

SPPL OK P2JN 2010 &


UKL/UPL
OK, 31 Oct. 2014
1).LARAP
SPPL & UKL&UPL recommended by BLH 2). LARAP Mon
and env, permit
Report
published by Bupati on
4 Dec. 14

1).NOL WB 10 Dec 12
2). A monitoring report for 15
New PAP is under preparation
by CTC

Satker PJN
Provinsi

98%

Completed

Jan-14

24.00

Des-14

18.00

Dec-14

15.00

Including Air Gadang Bridge

Land Acquisition

98%

Padang Saw ah - Sp. Ampat


2

Social

Ipuh - Bantal

Completed

Completed

Completed

Sp. Rampa - Poriaha

Completed

Completed

Completed

UKL/UPL

OK Balai 1 2011. (No 1).SLARAP


need NOL WB for
2). LARAP Mon
SPPL/UKL&UPL)
Report

1).Nol WB 10 Dec 12
2).Relocation 1 kiosk affected
project w ill be done paralel
construction

Satker PJN
Provinsi

Not Applicable.
No Land
Acquisition

Ps. Pedati - Kerkap

Completed

Completed

Completed

UKL/UPL

OK TLKJ 2011. NOL


WB issued on 20 Nov
2013

1).SLARAP
2). LARAP Mon
Report

1).NOL WB 20 Nov 2013


2). Target of a Mon Report on
Jan 2015

Satker PJN
Provinsi

Comp payment
in process

Bids opened on
Sept. 22, 2014

Bids opened on
December 29,
2014

Indrapura - Tapan

Completed

Completed

Completed

AMDAL

OK TLKJ , 20 Feb 2014. 1).SLARAP


NOL WB issues on 8 2). LARAP Mon
Aug 2014
Report

1).NOL WB 10 Oct 2014


2). Target of a Mon Report on
April 2015

Inventory
APBD Provinsi
affected asset
2015
process

Not Yet Started

Jan-15

21.00

Bts. Kota Pariaman - Manggopoh

Completed

Completed

Completed

AMDAL

OK TLKJ 2013 . NOL 1).LARAP


WB issued on 14 April 2). LARAP Mon
2014
Report

1).NOL WB 12 Aug 2014


2). Target of a Mon Report on
May 2015

Inventory
APBD Provinsi
affected asset
2015
process

Not Yet Started

Feb-15

24.00

Rantau Tijang - Kota Agung

Not Yet Started

Feb-14

24.00

Dec-14

24.00

Feb-15

24.00

Dec-14

24.00

Mar-15

21.00

Feb-15

30.00

Mar-15

21.00

Oct-14

24.00

Dec-14

10.00

AWP-2
-

10

Sp. Empat - Sp. Air Balam

Completed

Completed

Completed

AMDAL

OK TLKJ 2013 . NOL 1).LARAP


WB issued on 14 April 2). LARAP Mon
2014
Report

1).NOL WB 12 Aug 2014


2). Target of a Mon Report on
April 2015

11

Bantal - Mukomuko

Completed

Completed

Completed

AMDAL

1).LARAP
OK TLKJ 2014. NOL WB
2). LARAP Mon
issues on 8 Aug 2014
Report

1).Nol WB: 20 Nov 2013


2). A MR (81 from total 183
PAP) already submitted to WB

12

Kambang - Indrapura

Completed

Completed

Completed

AMDAL

1).LARAP
OK TLKJ 2014 .NOL WB
2). LARAP Mon
issues on 8 Aug 2014
Report

1).NOL WB 10 Oct 2014


2). Target of a MR on 2015

13

Sp. Rukis - Tj.Kemuning

Completed

Completed

Completed

UKL/UPL

14

15

16

Painan - Kambang

Sibolga - Bts.Tap Sel

Seblat - Ipuh including

On Going

Sp.Gunung Kemala - Pg.Tampak

AMDAL

OK Balai 1 2011. (No 1).LARAP


need NOL WB for
2). LARAP Mon
SPPL/UKL&UPL)
Report

19

20

Lubuk Alung - Sicincin

1).NOL WB 19 Des 2014


2). Target of a MR on Jun 2015

OK TLKJ 2014 . NOL


WB issues on 8 Aug
2014

1).LARAP
2). LARAP Mon
Report

1).NOL WB: 20 Nov 2014


2).Target a MR on Jan 2015

Completed

Completed

Completed

AMDAL (No.1
&17)

OK TLKJ 2011. NOL


WB issued on 20 Nov
2013

1).LARAP
2). LARAP Mon
Report

1).NOL WB: 16 Sep 2014


2). Target of compensation
payment on Mar - Jun 2015

UKL/UPL

OK TLKJ 2011.(No
need NOL WB for
SPPL/UKL&UPL)

1).LARAP
2). LARAP Mon
Report

OK TLKJ 2011.(No
need NOL WB for
SPPL/UKL&UPL)
OK TLKJ 2011. (No
need NOL WB for
SPPL/UKL&UPL)

1).LARAP
2). LARAP Mon
Report
1).LARAP
2). LARAP Mon
Report

21

Lubuk Alung - Kurajati

On Going

On going Construction

Design rev ision by Balai II (Padang) Completed and submitted to WB w ith comments.

World Bank issued NOL on the Bid Ev aluation Report (BER)

Under bidding process

E
F
G
H
I
J

Contract aw arded and signed


Design finalization by DSC
Bank issued Form 384 for disbursement purpose
Detailed design by DSC completed
Proposed to be deleted
Bid Evaluation Report under preparation

UKL/UPL

Oct. 3, 2014
Not Yet Started

Not Yet Started

AMDAL

UKL/UPL

APBD Provinsi Socialization


2015
process

Bids opened on

Comp payment
in process

Completed

On Going

Appraisal
procurement
process

Satker PJN
Provinsi

Completed

Completed

Satker PJN
Provinsi

Bids opened on

Finalization

Completed

81 from total
183 PAP)
Bids opened on
already
Oct. 3, 2014
submitted to WB
and submission
Inventory
APBD Provinsi
Not Yet Started
affected asset
2015
process
Satker PJN
Provinsi

Affected asset
appraisal
process

UKL/UPL

Completed

Inventory
APBD Provinsi
affected asset
2015
process

Satker PJN
Provinsi

Completed

1).NOL WB: 5Feb 2014


2).Target a MR on Dec 2014 Mar 2015

Completed

Mukomuko - Bts.Sumbar

Lais - Bintuan

1).NOL WB:20 Nov 2013


2).Target a MR in Mar - Jun
2015

Completed

AWP-3
18

1).LARAP
2). LARAP Mon
Report

1).LARAP
OK TLKJ 2014 .NOL WB
2). LARAP Mon
issues on 8 Aug 2014
Report

Air Lalang & Air Guntung Bridge

17

OK P2JN 2011. (No


need NOL WB for
SPPL/UKL&UPL)

1).Nol WB: 20 Nov 2013


2).Target a MR in Jan 2015

Appraisal
Satker PJN II
procurement
Provinsi
process

Satker PJN I Comp payment


Provinsi
in process

Feb. 23. 2015

Contract
aw arded and
signed

Bids opened on
December 29,
2014

1).NOL WB 19 Des 2014


2). Target of a MR on Jun 2015

APBD Provinsi Socialization


2015
process

Not Yet Started

Feb-15

18.00

1).NOL WB 19 Des 2014


2). Target of a MR on Jun 2015

APBD Provinsi Socialization


2015
process

Not Yet Started

Feb-15

18.00

Remarks :

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

2.1

Background

February 2015

The Government of Indonesia wishes to continue strengthening of the National Road system in
Indonesia while the Eastern Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project (EINRIP which is
assisted by AusAID through the Australian Indonesia Partnership or AIP), is providing support
program of National road and bridge improvement works in Eastern Indonesia. The Western
Indonesia National Road Improvement Project (WINRIP) will provide similar support for National
road and bridge in the Sumatera region of Indonesia. The focus of WINRIP will be roads
administered directly by the National Government, including those currently classified as
Provincial, Kabupaten (District) or non-status roads which are in process of being reclassified as
National roads. In addition, provision will be made for major bridge repair works, rehabilitation,
duplication and replacement as necessary to complement road betterment works.

2.2

Project Development

The loan effectiveness date for the WINRIP is 12 March 2012 and key project data is shown in the
following detail.
Key Project Data

WINRIP Loan No. 8043-ID

Project Cost

US$350 million

Original Loan Amount

US$250 million

Revised Loan Amount

N/A

Board Approval Date

26 May 2011

Loan Signing Date

14 December 2011

Effectiveness Date

12 March 2012

Disbursement (as of 31 March 2015)

US$ 11.53 million (4.61%)

Original Closing Date

31 December 2017

Environmental Category

B-Partial Assessment

The IBRD loan amount is US$250 million. The Project is intended to finance a part of the DGH
investment program for national roads with a particular focus on the Western corridor of
Sumatera. The corridor is one of the three main corridors in Sumatera and connects the city of
Padang (with a population of around one million) to major towns along the west coast (Bukittinggi,
Sibolga and Bengkulu). It also connects through connector roads on the West coast to Medan in
the northeast and to Pekanbaru in the centre of the island. The project has four components:
Project Component 1: Betterment and Capacity Expansion of National Roads
According to the Loan Agreement, this component will cover three work programs of betterment
and capacity expansion of approximately 715.6 km including replacement of 194 meters of bridges.
This civil works program will be executed in three Annual Work Programs(AWP), as summarized in
Table 2.1. The table shows the IBRD assisted scope and costs of civil works at estimated current
(year of implementation) prices, excluding taxes.
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Table 2.1 Proposed Physical Works by DGH Program


AWP-1

Type of Works

Km

Road Betterment
Capacity Expansion
Bridge works
TOTAL

(excluding tax @ current prices)

AWP-2

USD

Km

Million

AWP-3
USD

USD

Km

Million

Million

53.10

22.77

137.10

79.70

314.60

127.67

207.60

74.58

0.100

1.94

0.08

2.06

137.20

81.64

367.70

150.45

207.68

76.65

The batches of projects are termed Annual Work Programs (AWPs) in line with terminology used in
other Bina Marga projects. They are not in fact annual programs as such but rather a series of
multi-year programs, each commencing in consecutive years. Hence, hereinafter it will call as just
Work Programs (WPs). It is expected that implementation of the first Works Program (WP-1) will
commence in the third quarter of 2013 and be completed by third quarter or late 2015. The
second Work Program (WP-2) is expected to commence in early 2014 and be completed by late
2015 or middle 2016. The third Work Program (WP-3) is expected to commence in early 2015 and
be completed by mid-2017. The loan will be closed on December 2017.
Table 2.2 presents details of the First Works Program (WP-1). The four packages in this group
should have been free from any land acquisition issues, but in fact two packages (Krui Biha and
Manggopoh Padang Sawah) had land issues which were solved by the DGH properly. Thus, there
are no foreseeable impediments to implementation.

Table2.2 IBRD Assisted WINRIP Civil Work WP-1

Length

Cost (2010)

2010 Prices

Equivalent
US$ mill

Km

Km

Km

Lampung

053.0

Krui
Biha

K1

IU

221.5

246.5 25.0

Bettnt
to 7 m.

148,668

148,668

16.52

West
Sumatera

047.2

PadangSa
wa
SimpangE
mpat

K1

IU

0.0

40.9 40.9

Bettnt
to 7 m.

189,810

189,810

21.09

2a

West
Sumatera

34.1

AirGadan
gBridge

K1

IU

17,580

1.95

West
Sumatera

Manggop
oh
047.1
PadangSa
wah

K1

IU

102.2

134.2 32.0

Bettnt
to 7 m.

152,435

152,435

16.94

Bengkulu

015.3

K1

IU

0.0

49.7 49.7

Bettnt
to 7 m.

226,275

226,275

25.14

No Province

Ipuh Bantal

Treatment

Length

Rp mill

To

Rp mill

From

Road Type

Link
Name

Total Cost

Class

Link
No.

Bridge Works
Cost (2010)

Road Works

Rp mill

New
Bridge

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It should be noted that all road sub-projects have been subject to economic appraisal and have
estimated Economic Internal Rates of Return (EIRR) in excess of 15%. These were selected for
inclusion and are subject to completion of environmental and social screening, to confirm that
there is no land acquisition or resettlement requirements remain outstanding.
Final Engineering Designs, Engineers Estimates and bidding documents have been completed for
all projects proposed for WP-1.
Sub-projects to be included in WP-2 and WP-3 have also been determined as listed in Table 2.3.
Final Engineering Designs and Engineers Estimates for all WP-2 and WP-3 proposed works require
preparation or finalization. In the cases of some projects, preliminary Engineering Designs were
prepared during Project preparation which will require review and possible amendment by the
Design and Supervision Consultant prior to procurement.
The revised costs presented in Table 2.3 are planning estimates only, and the revised
implementation plan is based on the Revised Timeline of implementation of the civil works..

Table2.3: IBRD Loan WINRIP Civil Work WP-2 and WP-3


NO.

SUBPROJECT LINK NO. AND NAME

LENGTH
(KM)

REVISED IMPLEMENTATION PLAN


ENGINEERS
WIDTH
ESTIMATE
DURATION
(M)
START
(RP. MILL)
(MONTHS)

WP-2
5.

Sumut : Link No. 015.xx,


Sp. Rampa Poriaha

9.70

152,870

6.0

Mar 2015

18

6.

Bengkulu : Link No. 010.0,


Ps. Pedati Kerkap

20.88

92,127

7.0

Apr 2015

15

7.

Sumbar : Link No. 019.0,


Indrapura Tapan

19.50

175,812

7.0

Jan 2016

21

8.

Sumbar : Link No. 024.0,


Bts. Pariaman Manggopoh

46.80

374,647

7.0

Jan 2016

24

9.

Lampung : Link No. 026.1,


Rantau Tijing - Kota Agung

Proposed to be
Deleted

10.

Sumbar : Link No. 034.1,


Sp. Empat - Sp. Air Balam

61.70

511,375

7.0

Jan 2016

24

11.

Bengkulu : Link No. 015.2,


Bantal Mukomuko

50.10

246,500

6.0

Mar 2015

24

12.

Sumbar : Link No. 017.2,


Kambang Indrapura

55.20

438,674

7.0

Jan 2016

24

13.

Bengkulu : Link No. 006.1,


Simpang Rukis - Tanjung Kemuning

56.30

316,305

7.0

Jun 2015

24

WP-3
14.

Sumbar : Link No. 017.1,


Painan Kambang

31.50

252,000

7.0

May 2016

21

15.

Sumut : Link No. 016.0,


Sibolga - Bts. TapSel

36.00

376,479

7.0

Oct 2015

27

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NO.

SUBPROJECT LINK NO. AND NAME

16.

Bengkulu : Link No. 009.4,


Seblat Ipuh, including Air Galang and
Air

February 2015
LENGTH
(KM)

REVISED IMPLEMENTATION PLAN


ENGINEERS
WIDTH
ESTIMATE
DURATION
(M)
START
(RP. MILL)
(MONTHS)

34.50
0.052

241,500

6.0

May 2016

21

36.80

255,269

6.0

May 2015

24

Guntung Bridges
17.

Lampung : Link No. 061.1,


Sp. Gunung Kemala - Pugung Tampak

18.

Bengkulu : Link No. 015.3,


Mukomuko - Bts. Sumbar

Proposed to be
Deleted

19.

Bengkulu : Link No. 009.1,


Lais Bintuan

10.80

35,886

7.0

Apr 2015

10

Sumbar : Link No. 002.0,


Lubuk Alung Sicincin

14.60

116.800

7.0

May 2016

18

Sumbar : Link No. 027.0


Lubuk Alung Kuraitaji

16.80

65,788

7.0

May 2016

18

20.

21.

Project Component 2: Implementation Support


This component provides consulting services to support project management and implementation
so as to ensure implementation efficiency and overall quality of the works. It also includes funds
for a small amount of training of DGH staff and for incremental operating costs for the project. This
will provide support to the MPW for the implementation of the civil works, including: (a) provision
of Core Team Consultants (CTC), Design and Supervision Consultants (DSC) and road safety audits;
(b) Project management support and technical audits. This is directly related to the
implementation of the civil works and covers consulting services for design and supervision of the
civil works in Component 1; management support and technical audits to help improve the quality
of construction and support to governance improvements during procurement and
implementation; and a series of systematic road safety audits of road designs for all project roads
in Component 1. This is to ensure compliance with road safety standards and regulations, identify
road hazards and undertake remedial treatments for safety improvements.

Project Management Core Team Consultants (CTC)


The CTC will provide support to the PMU and DGH in the management of the Project, based in
Jakarta. Their tasks include financial and progress monitoring and reporting, information
management and dissemination, quality assurance and performance review for the Design and
Supervision Consultants, implementation and monitoring of the anti-corruption action plan,
support for project monitoring and evaluation, and support for implementation of a training
program to support project management and implementation. The CTC contract No. 0620/CTC/TA/LN/8043/1112 was signed on 5 November 2012 by both DGH and a Joint Venture of
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PT. Perentjana Djaja, Yongma Engineering Co,Ltd, and PT. Epadascon Permata Engineering
Consultant.
Design and Supervision Consultants (DSC)
A Design and Supervision Consultant (DSC) will be responsible for design of WP-2 and WP-3 civil
works and supervision of all civil works. They will have the role of Engineer under a FIDIC-type
contract. The tasks include the preparation and maintenance of a quality assurance plan,
validation and updating of designs, supervision of all civil works, environmental and social
monitoring and management, and support for financial and progress monitoring and reporting.
The DSC will also be responsible for quality assurance of materials and workmanship, certifying
whether or not contractors have achieved the required results, as well as documentation and
reporting based on the financial management plan. They will prepare a Quality Assurance system
covering all subprojects, and continuously monitor the effectiveness of their supervision
procedures. The team will be contracted and managed by DGH through the Bina Marga Regional
Office (Balai II), and will be based in Padang, West Sumatera.
Project Component 3: Road Sector Institutional Development
This component will provide technical assistance and support to strengthen disaster risk mitigation
in the road sector, including capacity building support for the new environment/risk mitigation and
road safety unit of DGH to conduct disaster risk assessments and planning, risk mapping of landslides, coastal erosion, earthquake and floods, and analysis of alternative designs for road
segments that pass through critical environmental assets and vulnerable areas. The procurement
for consultants under this component has Already been started. Preparation for the procurement
would be coordinated by the PMU WINRIP, the CTC and the DGH.
Project Component 4: Contingency for Disaster Risk Response
This special component will provide preparedness and rapid response to disaster, emergency
and/or catastrophic events as needed. This provisional zero dollar component will be added under
this project to allow for rapid reallocation of loan proceeds from other components under
streamlined procurement and disbursement procedures.

2.3 Project Objective


The main objective of the program will be to increase the effective use of selected sections of
National roads along the Western Sumatera Corridor by reducing road user costs, through
improving the National road network especially in 4 (four) Provinces of Sumatera (North Sumatera,
West Sumatera, Bengkulu and Lampung) and, where desirable, raise the road standard to that set
by the Directorate General of Highways. This will contribute significantly to ensuring that the
National road network in the region provides acceptable standards of service and accessibility, and
is capable of supporting local and regional economic development.

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CONSULTANCY SERVICES

3.1

CTC Consultants

3.1.1

Scope of Services

February 2015

The CTC contract services originally were structured in its different project management elements.

Inception Phase
A key activity during the inception phase will be to establish lines of communication with PMUWINRIP and DSCs Team Leader as well as with all Provincial Project Managers (Satkers) where
the first works are to be constructed under WP-1.

Project Management and Support to PMU, including acting DSC until the DSC is established
The Terms of reference identify a number of sub-items to be performed by CTC. The key factor
that will ensure success is that the CTC must work pro-actively and alongside PMU
counterparts and with DSC team in a professional manner based on mutual respect and trust.

Preparation of Work Programs


The tendering process for WP 1 sub-projects began as soon as procurement committees have
been formed and received appropriate training in the procurement procedures required. The
indicative work programs and cost estimates identified for WP-2 and WP-3 are subject to
verification, and are likely to change following more detailed investigations. Further
preparation for WP-2 and WP-3 will be managed by the PMU supported by the CTC.

Financial Monitoring
It will be the role of the CTC to first assess the level of understanding of the financial
management, monitoring and reporting procedures by the finance staff at the provincial and
central level and subsequently devise an appropriate training program and assist the PMU in
training delivery.

Project Progress and Performance Monitoring


CTC will monitor the loan project progress and prepare the report in monthly basis. In the
meantime, GOI and the World Bank have agreed on a set of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
to measure the projects performance in achieving its stated development objectives. CTC will
therefore first concentrate on the establishment of precise definitions, calculation methods
and data collection procedures to monitor the KPIs.

Support for the Implementation of the ACAP


The CTC will assist PMU be responsible for ensuring the ACAP is properly implemented and for

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revising the Project Management Manual on an annual basis to incorporate necessary


improvements to processes and procedure.

ESAMP and LARAP Implementation Monitoring


CTC will closely work with BLH and DSC and will monitor and report the action of the
Environmental Management Plan on a periodical basis and/or as required.

Training to Support Project Implementation


CTC is responsible for preparation and management of all training program required under
WINRIP.

Reporting
CTC is responsible for all reports required under the contract agreement with standardize
forms, charts and tables.

3.1.2

CTC Manning

CTC professional staffs involved in the project as of end of February 2015 are listed in Table 3.1.
Senior Highway Engineer (International) have completed his allocated man-month in the original
contract and Amendment No. 1 and demobilized on March 2014. Likewise, the Senior Road Safety
Engineer (International) have also completed his man-month under Amendment No. 1 and
temporarily demobilized on March 2014, however, he will be remobilized for two (2) months
period under Amendment No. 2 during the post construction phase to conduct final Road Safety
Audits.
With no mobilization and demobilization of staff this month, the composition of the CTC
professional staffs to date remain the same as during the previous month.

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Table 3.1
Man - Months Duration
POSITION

Original
Contract

Team Leader
Senior Highway
Engineer
Senior Road
Safety Audit
Senior
Procurement
Specialist
Assistant Team
Leader

Highway Engineer
Quality Assurance
Engineer
Financial
Management
Specialist
Environmental
Specialist

Amendment Amendment
No.1
No. 2

Name

Mobilized

Demobilized

Man - Month
Man - Month
Used as of end
Remaining
of February 2015

Remarks

40.00

Mahbub ur Rahman

35.25

Per Weiss Pedersen

Apr-13

Mar-14

10.50

23.00

C.T. Arenas

Apr-14

10.31

12.69

8.00

12.50

14.00

Moon, Sung Hyung

Mar-13

Mar-14

14.00

0.00

6.00

11.00

13.00

Cho, Woo Sung

Jun-13

Mar-14

11.00

2.00

18.00

Wasim ur Rahman

16.00

16.00

Sanjeev Kumar
Agarwal

Jan-14

13.20

2.80

40.00

9.67

9.67

Besar Awiat Bowo

Nov-12

Sep-13

9.67

30.33

6.67

Agus Setiawan

Sep-13

Mar-14

6.67

23.36

Julius J. Sohilait

Apr-14

11.00

12.36

36.00

7.37

7.37

Whiliyanto

Nov-12

Jun-13

7.37

28.40

Lebiyartono

Jul-13

19.97

8.66

30.00

30.00

30.00

Uray Abdul Manaf

Jul-13

19.97

9.03

36.00

10.37

10.37

Uus Martawijaya

Nov-12

Sep-13

10.37

25.63

25.63

YD Tarwanto

Oct-13

16.97

8.66

30.00

30.00

30.00

Leti Hermawati

Dec-12

26.43

3.57

28.63

36.00

9.37

9.37

M. Sutopo

Nov-12

Oct-13

9.37

26.63

26.63

Witono

Sep-13

17.93

8.70

12.00

Darmansiri

12.00

12.00

Muhdi

12.00

Mardiansyah

Jul-14

Procurement
Specialist-2

12.00

4.10

Rudi Rungkat

Nov-12

24.00

24.00

M. Edhi Fachri

Management
Information
Specialist
Community
Development
Officer
Road Safety Audit
Engineer

30

Agung Lukito

25.00

25.00

36.00

36.00

25.00

Bridge Engineer
Training Specialist

Social Impact
Specialist
Procurement
Specialist-1

Remarks

ABCDEF-

8.00

4.00

Mar-13

4.10

Mar-13

23.17

0.83

Sony Thamrin

May-13

21.97

3.03

36.00

Yakobus

Jan-13

25.90

10.10

25.00

19.00

Aditya Moraza Alwi

Jun-14

9.00

10.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

Harimurti Suprihantoro

Apr-13

Aug-13

5.00

0.00

12.00

12.00

Roedjitarjo

Jan-14

11.90

0.10

Not able to mobilizied due to poor health or personal reasons


Resigned due to personal reasons or poor health
Task assigment completed
Remaining man - month for post audit
Corrected man - month based on recently approved Amendement No.2
To be extended

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3.1.3

February 2015

CTC Contract

The CTC contract for Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project (Contract No.0620/CTC/TA/LN/8043/1112) was signed on 05 November 2012. The contract is between the
Government of Indonesia represented by Directorate General of Highways in the Ministry of Public
Works and PT. Perentjana Djaja in joint venture with Yongma Engineering Co.Ltd. and PT.
Epadascon Permata Engineering Consultant.
The Notice To Proceed was issued by letter dated 6 November 2012 from the PPK, and the official
starting date of the contract was set at 6 November 2012.
Likewise, Amendment No. 1 to the original contract was signed on 25 October 2013 to cover
all requirements of the CTC are summarized below.

Replacement of the Senior Procurement Specialist

Extending the assignment of the Senior Highway Engineer.

Extending the assignment of the Senior Road Safety Audit Engineer.

Extending the assignment of the Procurement Specialist 2 and replacement of the


Procurement Specialist 1.

Adding the new position of Bridge Engineer.

Adding the new position of Training Specialist, and

Adding the new position of Road Safety Engineer.

Amendment No. 2 to the Original Contract and Amendment No. 1 was signed on September 3,
2014 to cover requirements of CTC are enumerated as follows :

Additional / Modification to Terms of Reference (TOR)

Amendment to the Team Composition and Staffing Schedule

Additional Technical staff for local

Replacement of Foreign and Local Consultants

Adjustments of Remuneration paid in foreign currency and local currency

Adjustment inputs of personnel

Modification to various reimbursable and provisional sum to match the actual requirement

Draft Amendment No.3 to the current CTC Contract (Original Contract and Amendments 1 and 2)
has been prepared and Draft Final is under finalization after final discussion and deliberation with
PMU.
The proposed Amendment No.3 is in line with the Updated Timeline Bar Schedule taking into
consideration the current and look ahead situations of the WINRIP program.
Based on the current progress of the Project, the services of several local professional and subprofessional staff have to be extended beyond the end of the respective dates of completion
assignments under Amendment No. 2.
In addition, it is proposed to add three (3) new position for local professional staff, namely, Sr.
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Procurement Specialist, Transport Economist and Environmentalist.


Amendment No.3 will cover the requirements of CTC are as follows :

Amendment to the team composition and staffing schedule

Adjustment of inputs of personnel

Adjustment of remuneration paid in local currency

Adding the new positions of Sr. Procurement Specialist, Transport Economist and
Environmentalist

Modification to various reimbursable to match the actual requirements.

Presented in Table 3.2 is the current status of CTC contract.


Table 3.2
Description

USD

IDR

1,276,700

21,415,400,000

127,670

2,141,540,000

Total Original Contract

1,404,370

23,556,940,000

Amendment No.1

1,315,925

22,426,175,000

131,592

2,242,617,500

1,447,517

24,668,792,500

Original Contract
10% VAT

10% VAT
Total Amendment No. 1
Variance Against Original Contract
Amendment No. 2

+3,07%
1,371,925

22,458,676,500

137,192

2,245,867,650

1,509,117

24,704,544,150

10% VAT
Total Amendment No. 2
Variance Against Original Contract

3.2

+4,72%

+7,46%

+4,87%

DSC Consultants

A Design and Supervision Consultant (DSC) will be responsible for design of WP-2 and WP-3 civil
works and supervision of all civil works. They will have the role of Engineer under a FIDIC-type
contract. The tasks include the preparation and maintenance of a quality assurance plan,
validation and updating of designs, supervision of all civil works, environmental and social
monitoring and management, and support for financial and progress monitoring and reporting.
The DSC will also be responsible for quality assurance of materials and workmanship, certifying
whether or not contractors have achieved the required results, as well as documentation and
reporting based on the financial management plan. They will prepare a Quality Assurance system
covering all subprojects, and continuously monitor the effectiveness of their supervision
procedures. The team will be contracted and managed by DGH through the Bina Marga Regional
Office (Balai II), and will be based in Padang, West Sumatera.
DSC has been established in Balai II Padang following the contract signing on 11 June 2013
between Balai II and Renardet SA in joint venture with PT. Cipta Strada, PT. Daya Creasi Mitrayasa,
PT. Seecons and PT. Yodya Karya. The Notice To Proceed was issued by the Balai II on 19 June
2013.
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Shown in Table 3.3 is the present status of the Design Supervision Consultant (DSC) contract.
Table 3.3
Description
Original Contract
VAT 10% (GOI Portion)
Total

3.3

USD

IDR

820,600

51,818,705,000

82,060

5,181,870,500

920,660

57,000,575,500

Technical Assistance for Capacity Building for Disaster Risks Reduction

Terms of Reference had been finalized and agreed between TLKJ and the World Bank.
Standard Bidding Documents for ICB full e-procurement method is under final preparation.
Draft of Request For Expression of Interest is under review and finalization by TLKJ and
expected to be completed during the 1 st week of February 2015.

3.4

Technical Assistance for Capacity Building for Environmental Management

Proposed to be deleted

3.5

Technical Assistance for Capacity Building for Road Safety

Proposed to be deleted

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CIVIL WORKS

4.1

Detailed Design Preparation

Final Engineering Designs, Engineers Estimates and bidding documents have been completed for all
projects proposed for WP-1.
WP-2 (nine subprojects) and WP-3 (eight subprojects) will be designed by DSC and the construction
supervision of all the works programs will be performed by the same DSC team. In parallel with the
instruction to speed up the process, detailed engineering design (DED) of some subprojects of WP-2
and WP-3 were prepared and completed by respective P2JN. The CTC has been instructed by DGH
to review the DED of seven packages completed by the P2JNs (package 5, 6, 11, 13, 15, 17 and 19).
To date, detailed engineering design for fifteen (15) sub-projects has been completed, four (4) are
under final review with respect to highway engineering and road safety audit and detailed design
works of two (2) sub-projects are still pending due to proposal to delete the two (2) originally listed
packages.
As previously reported in previous Monthly Progress Report of January 2015 the final detailed
engineering design drawings together with the Bill of Quantity and Owners Estimate for the four (4)
sub-project were prepares by Balai II.
The Bidding Documents are awaiting for the issuance of No Objection Letter (NOL) from the World
Bank are as follows :

Package 7 : Indrapura Tapan

Package 8 : Bts. Pariaman Manggopoh

Package 10 : Sp. Empat Sp. Air Balam

Package 12 : Kambang Indrapura

With regards to the preparation of the other four (4) drawings, the designer, DSC have completed
the detailed design drawings and were submitted to BALAI II for final review and approval.
The completed DED drawings are for the following sub-projects :

Package No. 14 : Painan Kambang

Package No. 16 : Seblat Ipuh

Package No. 20 : Lubuk Alung Sicincin

Package No. 21 : Lubuk Alung Kuraitaji

The two (2) road sub-projects that are proposed to be deleted as follows :

Package No. 9 : Rantau Tijang Kota Agung

Package No. 18 : Mukomuko Bts. Sumbar

Progress of Technical Design Review and Road Safety Audit are shown in Appendix B.

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4.2 Procurements
Procurement shall be conducted under the Banks Procurement Procedures as mentioned in the Loan
Agreement. The International Competitive Bidding (ICB) based on the Bank letter Ref. WINRIP/136 will
apply to the packages with the construction estimated cost more than US$ 25 Million to comply with the
new Banks threshold for ICB. According to the GOI regulation, a prequalification shall be applied for the
packages with the construction estimated cost more than IDR 10 Billion. Review from previous
procurement process, the World Bank in the Aide Memoire requested to GOI, for next 4 ICB subprojects
qualification still used Pre-Qualification and for remaining sub-project must be process with Post
Qualification. As well as for all NCB the World Bank also requested to follow Post Qualification in
procurement process.
All subprojects for WP-1 have been started with prequalification since 30 December 2011 for ICB multiple
contract. This was an advanced procurement action agreed by both DGH and the World Bank prior to the
CTC establishment. All AWP-1 sub-projects had signed the contract. The last 2 sub-projects, Package 02:
Pd. Sawah Simpang Empat and Package 03: Manggopoh Padang Sawah, signed the contract on
December 6, 2013 and NOL for disbursement for all 4 packages had been issued by the World Bank on
December 10, 2013.
As of the reporting month (February 2015), a more detailed current updates are fully indicated in
Sub-Chapter 1.4 Procurement on Page 3 of this Report and consolidated project status in a tabulated
format shown in Table 1.1 on page 8 of this Report.
Under Category 3 of Loan Agreement there are three (3) consultancy packages namely ;
1. Capacity Building For Disaster Risks Reduction
2. Capacity Building For Environmental Management
3. Capacity Building For Road Safety
Consultant for Capacity Building For Disaster Risks Reduction is still to be procured, while the other two
(2) consultancy packages are proposed to be deleted.. A more detailed updates can be found in SubChapter 1.5 Procurement on Page 7 of this Report.
Documents of Request For Expression of Interest has been finalized by TLKJ. As of Reporting TLKJ is
months, preparing Owners Estimate for procurement process
The WINRIP updated Procurement Plan is attached as Appendix F.

4.3 Civil Works Implementation


All 4 contract packages under AWP-1 are currently under construction by different contractors.
Commencement of works for all the 4 packages commenced on the 2nd week of January 2014.
As of to date, there are three (3) new sub-projects that were awarded to the winning bidders with
the signing of Contract Agreements between the Government of Indonesia and the winning
Contractors. Two (2) of the contract packages are under implementation schedule AWP-2 and the
other contract package is under AWP-3.

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Table 4.1 shows the details for each contract packages.


Table 4.1

Program

Contract
Package
#
1

2
AWP-1
3
4

11
AWP-2
13

AWP-3

17

Contractor
PT. Jaya Konstruksi
Manggala Pratama
Tbk
PT.Jaya Konstruksi
Manggala Pratama
Tbk
PT. Jaya Konstruksi
Manggala Pratama
Tbk
PT. Waskita Karya
and PT. Mulya
Turangga (JO)
PT. Hutama
Karya/PT. Daya
Mulya J.O.
PT. Waskita Karya
(Persero) Tbk.
PT. Jaya Konstruksi
Manggala Pratama
Tbk

Name of Road

Province

Contract
Signed

Commen
cement
of Work

Contract
Time

Completion
Date

Biha - Krui

Lampung

Nov 25,
2013

Jan 8,
2014

640 CD

Oct 9, 2015

Padang Sawah
Sp. Empat
including Air
Gadang

West
Sumatera

Dec 6,
2013

Jan 6,
2014

730 CD

Jan 5, 2016

Manggopoh
Padang Sawah

West
Sumatera

Dec 6,
2013

Jan 6,
2014

730 CD

Jan 5, 2016

Ipuh - Bantal

Bengkulu

Nov 14,
2013

Jan 10,
2014

730 CD

Jan 9, 2016

Bantal
Mukomuko

Bengkulu

Dec 18,
2014

720 CD

Still to be
determined

Sp. Rukis TJ.


Kemuning

Bengkulu

Dec 18,
2014

720 CD

Still to be
determined

Sp. Gunung
Kemala
Pugung
Tampak

Lampung

Nov 17,
2014

720 CD

Still to be
determined

Still to
be
issued
Still to
be
issued
Still to
be
issued

4.4 Civil Works Progress


All the 4 Contractors substantially completed their mobilization and construction of Base Camps in
all packages have been completed. Other activities done during this month were repair and
restoration of deteriorated existing pavements, roadway excavation, embankment formation,
spreading of granular pavement for roadway widening, asphalt paving, structural works,
construction of stone masonry side ditches, stockpiling of raw material, production of crush
aggregates and other minor works. Progress status of the four (4) on-going civil work contracts as
of this reporting period are shown in Table 4.2.
Table 4.2
Program

Contract
Package
#
1

2
AWP-1
3

Contractor
PT. Jaya Konstruksi
Manggala Pratama
Tbk
PT. Jaya Konstruksi
Manggala Pratama
Tbk
PT. Jaya Konstruksi
Manggala Pratama
Tbk
PT. Waskita Karya
and PT. Mulya
Turangga (JO)

Target Progress
Actual Progress
Name of Road Schedule Ending
Accomplished
February 2015

Slippage

Time Elapsed

Biha - Krui

35.31%

21.04%

- 14.27%

64.53%

Padang Sawah
Sp.Empat
incl.Air Gadang

56.13%

44.25%

- 11.88%

56.85%

Manggopoh
Padang Sawah

58.67%

30.11%

- 28.56%

56.85%

Ipuh - Bantal

55.61%

21.76%

- 33.85%

56.30%

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At the end of this reporting month of February 2015, all the four (4) contract packages were still
lagging farther behind schedule. The situation remains the same as in previous month as four (4) of
the contract packages continue to follow a downward trend of delayed schedules. Sub-project
progress schedule of Krui Biha (Package 1) has been revised regarding to additional cost of
various order.
With the remaining time left of less than 50% of the contract time for all of the four (4) contract
packages, the Contractors will have hard time to deliver the Works on the target dates of
completion, unless a workable and realistic action plans or Catch-up Schedules will be enforced
by the Contractors.
Package No. 1 : Biha Krui
Inspite of the high level meeting between the DGH and Contractors that was held in December
2014 in Padang wherein the main agenda were to resolved all issues and major problems that
hampered the progress of the works, the expectation from the Contractor to deliver positive
outcome never happened. It is evident that the Contractor never attempted to put the works
toward attaining good progress as only 2.32% of the works was accomplished during the whole
month of February 2015.
The problem of slow and delayed progress have been going-on ever since the work commenced
some fourteen (14) months ago. With only 35% or 227 calendar days of the contract time are left
for the remaining 79% of the works to be done, the target date of completion in mid October 2015
may never be realized unless the Contractor will work double time and additional
equipment/working group on a realistic workable action plan in the coming months ahead.
As the period ended, the overall actual physical work progress is only 21.04% of the scheduled
progress of 35.31% toward the end of the month. In other words, there was a huge deficit of
delayed works or an slippage of -14.27% behind schedule. To be timelized this Project on time, the
Contractor showed reach the progress 10% per month.
Some of the major problems that should be given more attention to resolve by the Contractor are
inadequate cash flow, shortage of labor for drainage works and insufficient supply of aggregates for
base and asphalt mix.
A more detailed status of this Package is presented in ANNEX P-I Executive Summary Report.
Package No. 2 : Padang Sawah Sp. Empat (Including Air Gadang Bridge)
As of end this month the total overall work progress is 44.25% against scheduled progress of
56.13% which is still behind schedule by -11.88%.
In this reporting month February 2015, the progress showed signs of slight down trend again.
Major problems that are still unresolved are the carryover problems from previous months such as
the frequent breakdown of the Asphalt Mixing Plant where the bulk of the progress depends on
and the redesign of the sub-structure of Air Gadang Bridge which is still under discussion to get
approval of foundation design.
To date, the delayed work is still on a manageable level, but it is still a bit of concern that unless the
current problems are addressed immediately, the delayed works will further fall behind in the
coming months.
ANNEX P-2 Executive Summary Report present a more detailed status of the Contract Package.
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Package No. 3 : Manggopoh Padang Sawah


The current overall work progress of only 30.11% against scheduled progress of 58.67% since the
works commenced 14 month ago is of much concern due to the very limited remaining contract
time left.
As of end of this month, the remaining contract time is only 43% or 315 calendar days with still
70% of the works to be completed.
At the end of this reporting month (February 2015) the slippage went farther down to -28.56%
from previous months slippage of -22.57% in December 2014.
If the average accomplishment of close to only 5% per month progress attained for the past
four (4) months will not improve to at least twice the previous monthly work output in coming
months, the Project will never be completed on the target date of completion on the early part of
January 2016 unless the Contractor will work double time to implement a realistic and workable
action plan.
The problem of slow and delayed work progress have be going-on for the past seven (7) months.
Problem which the Contractor have to prioritize and give more attention to resolve are the
frequent out of order of the Asphalt Mixing Plant, inadequate number of units of dump truck,
shortage of labor for drainage works and low output of the crusher plant to produce quantity of
aggregate requirements.
Due to urgency to maximize the output of paving works to attain a good monthly progress, the
Contractor shall maintain the AMP regularly and address and resolve all issues that are presently
hampering the progress of the works. The main problem in February the Local Government closed
the Contractor basecamp with in 10 days due to MIS under preparation the new regulation of
basecamp and Quarry Exploitation Permit.
A more detailed status of the project progress are shown in ANNEX P-3 Executive Summary
Report.
Package No. 4 : Ipuh Bantal
As of end this month the total overall work progress is 21.76% against scheduled progress of
55.61% which is stice behind schedule by 33.85%.
In this Reporting Month February 2015 the progress showed signs of improvement progress in
February 2015 is the best progress during Construction, if the Contractors can maintain the last
progress in the following month, this sub-project could be finished as schedule.
Shown in ANNEX P-4 Executive Summary Report are the current problem and actions to be
taken to attain substantial progress in order to catch-up with the schedule.
For contract packages under AWP-2 and AWP-3 which have a combined total of 17 Packages, a
brief summary of the actual activities and status as of this reporting period are presented in Table
1.1, page 8 of this Report.

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4.5 Quality Assurance


The DSC will be responsible for quality assurance of materials and workmanship, certifying
whether or not contractors have achieved the required results, as well as documentation and
reporting based on the financial management plan. They will prepare a Quality Assurance system
covering all subprojects, and continuously monitor the effectiveness of their supervision
procedures.

4.6 Environmental and Social Considerations


4.6.1

Current Overall Situation

A project category is assigned to each package as either Category A, B or C depending on the likely
degree of influence on environmental issues with a brief explanation as follows:
Category A project is one which will have a significant negative impact on the environment and
may have an influence on areas outside the actual project area. A project classified as such
requires an AMDAL (ANDAL, RKL/RPL) study.
Category B project is one which affects the people or the environment to some extent but with a
smaller impact than a Category A. The required environmental analysis is a UKL/UPL study only.
Category C project has minimal effect on the people or environment and an environmental
analysis is not required. SPPL are used to handle any minor problem which may arise.
Details of packages that require environmental and social safeguard are given in Appendix E and
the following table provides a summary of the work involved in the 21 WINRIP packages.
All the 21 packages require environmental impact investigation. All 39 studies (20 environmental
studies) need approval by Environmental Agency (BLH) and 5 AMDAL/EIA studies need the World
Bank approval. And 21 social studies (SLARAP and LARAP) require the approval of the World Bank.
Up to the end of february 2015, 20 of 20 packages (100%) has received BLH approval and 5 of 5
packages AMDAL/EIA studies (100%) was NOL issued from the World Bank, then the current have
12 of 21social studies or 57% has received approval from the World Bank.
Presented below in a tabulated format is the current status of the environmental and social
studies.
Works
Program

No of Investigations

No of
Packages

BLH
AMDAL x 1
UKL&UPL x 2
SPPL x 4
Full LARAP x 4

AWP-1

Approval by

11

1 (AMDAL)
1 UKL&UPL
4 (SPPL)

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1 EIA was
issued NOL
WB
4
(Full LARAP)

Approved NOL
issued by WB
(LARAP and AMDAL
pakcage 1&17),
except for SPPL,
UKL&UPL package
No. 4 was
recommended by
BLH Kab.Muko Muko
on 30 Oct 2014 &

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Works
Program

February 2015
No of Investigations

No of
Packages

Approval by
BLH

Remarks

World Bank
environmental
permits on 8 Dec
2014.

AWP-2

17

AWP-3

13

Total

21

41

AMDAL Study x 4
UKL&UPL x 4
Simple LARAP x 1
Full LARAP x 8

Full LARAPx 8
AMDAL Study x
1= Paket No.1
AWP 1
UKL/UPL x 5

4 UKL&UPL
4 AMDAL

4 EIA was
issued NOL
WB
1
SLARAP

AMDAL OK
= paket
No.1& 17
AWP1
5 UKL&UPL

EIA same
package with
No.1
2
Full LARAP

20

Env=20,Soc=21

1 (one) Study AMDAL


for threes packages,
are Packages No.7,
12 and 14 /packages
on AWP2 &AWP3.
1 (one) Study AMDAL
for two packages, are
Packages No.11 &
16. /packages on
AWP2 &AWP3.
Approved NOL
issued by WB include
AMDAL except for
UKL/UPL

Note: UKL & UPL do not need a NOL from WB, and SPPL not necessary to submit to the WB.

Appendix E shows the Progress of Environmental Safeguard Studies.


4.6.2

Environmental and Social Issues

This section outlines the activities of the Social Impact Specialist and the Environmental Specialist
during February 2014.
4.6.2.1

Environmental Issues

The RKPPL provided by the contractors for all packages on AWP-1 such: packages No.1: Krui-Biha,
No.2 (Padang Sawah - Sp.Empat) and No.3: Manggopoh Padang Sawah and No. 4 Ipuh-Bantal
was complete. The RKPPL packages No.2 and No.3 was received the WB NOL issued on 30 January
2015 and for packages No. 1 and 4 WB NOL issued on 23 February 2015.

1. Monitoring of Environmental Aspects During Construction


CTC provided monitoring forms to DSC for use in monitoring of environmental and social impacts.
These forms are to be used and submitted every month. In the absence DSC Environmental
Specialist from the Supervision Team, the Teams Supervision Engineers have monitor and submit
the Report for environmental mitigation measures of each contract package.
CTCs environmental staffs actively advises DSC on environmental monitoring, but DSC have not
directly carried out monitoring or to implement the Environmental and Social Analysis
Management Plan for WINRIP.
After finalizing the Standard Environmental Clauses, CTC assisted Sub Directorate of Environmental
Affairs and Road Safety (TLKJ) to produce monitoring forms covering all aspects of the technical
specifications, and introduced them to participants of environmental training including P2JN,
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Project Manager, DSC, Contractors, Team Work (Pokja) etc. There are 69 pages of forms, covering
all aspects of construction.
The DSC already submit to CTC the monitoring report for package No. 1 (Krui-Biha), No.2
(Sp.Empat Air Balam, incl. Air Gadang bridge), No.3 (Manggopoh-Padang Sawah) and No. 4 (Ipuh
Bantal) until January 2015. But their monitoring report not complete by the photograph.
2. Design Integration, Road Safety Aspects and Monitoring of Environmental Studies
Task 5.8.0 of CTC-2 TOR (Implement the Environmental and Social Analysis Management
Plan/ESAMP) and paragraf 10.9 of the PMM requires ensuring that environmental management
aspects of contracts have been implemented in accordance with AMDAL, UKL&UPL, SPPL studies
and environmental issues will be integrated in the design and to prepare environmental mitigation
on construction stage for contractor (Contractor Program for Executing Environmental
Management Plan CPEMP/RKPPL). Therefore CTC will proposed that staff visit the site of projects
subject to studies or issues, and ensure that the plans are being implemented. A schedule for
these visits on processs. CTC has been carried out the site visit to package No.1 (Krui-Biha) for
Integration of AMDAL/EIA recommendation in to the design, the report now available. The CTC has
been conducted monitoring of implementation AMDAL,UKL&UPL and SPPL to 15 packages, the
remaining 8 packages will monitor on March and May 2015. And the CTC has been submit to PMU
all of draft report of Review Integration AMDAL,UKL&UPL and SPPL. The conclusion the
recommendation of AMDAL and UKL&UPL several not yet include on the DED, CTC will cordinate
with DSC for this matters. .
3. External Monitoring Report (Satker/PPK to BLH) for Implementation of
AMDAL/UKL&UPL/SPPL on Pre Construction Phase, Construction Phase and Post
Construction Phase for packages No. 1,2,3, and 4.
The CTC under preparation external monitoring report for packages No.1,2,3 and 4 and will be
submit to PPK/PMU/WB on 31 March 2015. On the process the CTC need compile the back up data
the contractor activities for mitigation of environmental impact on the site.
During the period (January 2014), the CTCs Environmental Specialist conducted monitoring of
implementation of AMDAL, UKL/UPL and SPPL on 12 Packages. The remaining 7 Packages are
scheduled to be monitored this coming February and March 2015. Draft Report on the review of
Integration of AMDAL, UKL/UPL and SPPL has been submitted to PMU. The recommendations of
AMDAL and UKL/UPL are not yet incorporated in Detailed Engineering Design (DED). CTC will
coordinate with DSC and BALAI II regarding this matter.
4.6.2.2

Social Issues

1. Monitoring Report of the LARAP


Package No. 1
: Krui Biha
Province
: Lampung
A. Previous Status :
LARAP documents approved by World Bank on January 4, 2013
Monitoring Report approved by World Bank on April 18, 2013
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
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a) Existing mosque is partially traversed due widening of the existing travelled way.
b) Due to resistance to partially demolished and rebuild the mosque, a new action
plan is proposed, where the road alignment centerline will be shifted to the other
side.
c) Land acquisition is required on the other side of the road centerline alignment if the
new action plan push through.
C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015
a) On-going construction
b) No Update this period
2. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No. 2
: Padang Sawah Sp. Empat
Province
: Sumatera Barat
A. Previous Status :
LARAP documents approved by World Bank on January 13, 2013
Monitoring Report approved by World Bank on July 19, 2013
Additional LARAP documents approved by World Bank on July 21, 2014
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
a) Compensation for 24 PAP along the road link is in appraisal stage proceedings by
Independent Appraisal.
b) Price negotiation between the Land Acquisition Committee and the remaining 3
PAP along Air Gadang Bridge.
C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015
a) On-going construction
b) Monitoring Report concerning the payments to five (5) PAP, and Letter of
confirmation from Local Government about 13 PAP which no be found in the site
already be submitted to World Bank dated February 6, 2015
3. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No. 3
: Manggopoh Padang Sawah
Province
: Sumatera Barat
A. Previous Status :
LARAP documents approved by World Bank on January 4, 2013
Monitoring Report approved by World Bank on April 18, 2013
Monitoring Report for compensation payments for five (5) of the affected persons out of
the remaining fifteen (15) persons was submitted to World Bank on February 28, 2014.
Monitoring Report for compensation payment for 8 of the affected persons out of the 10
remaining persons and 67 from 68 new PAP was submitted to World Bank on June 19,
2014.
B. Pending Issues, Concerns and Actions
a) Price negotiation between the Land Acquisition Committee and the remaining 1
PAP.
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C. Update during this reporting month of January 2015


b) Monitoring Report concerning Letter of confirmation from Local Government about
1 PAP which no be found in the site still to be prepared for submission to World
Bank.
4. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No. 4
: Ipuh Bantal
Province
: Bengkulu
A. Previous Status :
LARAP documents approved by World Bank on December 10, 2012
Monitoring Report for payments for 157 affected persons out of the 227 Project
Affected Persons was submitted by PMU to World Bank on December 24, 2013
Monitoring Report for the compensation of the remaining 70 affected persons was
submitted by PMU to the World Bank on February 28, 2014.
World Bank sent letter to PMU on March 5, 2014 informing that the Bank have no
further comment on the Monitoring Report.
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
a) Completed.
C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015
a) On-going construction.
b) Monitoring Report for the compensation payments of additional 34 PAP already be
submitted to the World Bank dated February 6, 2015
5. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No. 5
: Sp. Rampa Poriaha
Province
: Sumatera Utara
A. Previous Status :
World Bank accepted the revised LARAP documents and issued No Objection Letter on
November 12, 2013.
On November 18, 2013 the Director of Planning issued a letter to the Director of
Implementation Affairs Region 1, that the LARAP documents can now be implemented in
the acquisition of Right of Ways and removal of construction obstructions.
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
c) PMU waiting report of the completed relocation of the kiosk from Satker.
C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015
a) Monitoring Report for the concerning the completed relocation of the kiosk still to
be prepared for submission to World Bank.
6. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No. 6
: Pasar Pedati - Kerkap
Province
: Bengkulu
A. Previous Status :
PMU resubmitted to the World Bank on January 9, 2014 the revised LARAP documents
and was resubmitted again on May 21, 2014 due to some minor corrections.
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World Bank issued on May 30, 2015 a No Objection Letter on the revised LARAP
documents for implementation.
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
a) Remaining 56 from the 602 PAP to be paid from 2015 National Budget.
C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015
a) Monitoring Report concerning the compensation payment for 546 out of 602 PAP
still to be prepared for submission to World Bank.
7. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No. 7
: Indrapura - Tapan
Province
: Sumatera Barat
A. Previous Status :
LARAP documents approved by World Bank on October 14, 2014.
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
a) LARAP Implementation Report to be prepared and submitted to PMU/CTC for
review.
b) No allocated budget in 2014 for payment of land acquisition.
c) Implementation cost of LARAP will be included by Local Government in the 2015
budget.
C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015
a) Inventory of affected assets and measurements by Land Acquisition Committee of
Local Government are on-going.
8. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No. 8
: Bts. Pariaman - Manggopoh
Province
: Sumatera Barat
A. Previous Status :
LARAP documents submitted to World Bank on August 7, 2014.
LARAP documents approved by World Bank on August 12, 2014.
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
a) Implementation cost of LARAP will be included by the Local Government in the
2015 budget.
C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015
a) Inventory of affected assets and measurements by Land Acquisition Committee of
Local Government are on-going.
9. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No. 9
: Rantau Tijang Kota Agung
Province
: Lampung
A. Previous Status :
Proposed to be replaced.
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
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a) Proposed to be replaced.
C. Update during this reporting month of January 2015
a) Nothing to report this period.
b) Proposed to be replaced.
10. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No. 10 : Sp. Empat Sp. Air Balam
Province
: Sumatera Barat
A. Previous Status :
LARAP documents submitted to World Bank on August 7, 2014.
LARAP documents approved by World Bank on August 12, 2014.
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
a) Implementation cost of LARAP will be included by the Local Government in the
2015 budget.
C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015
a) Inventory of affected assets and measurements by Land Acquisition Committee of
Local Government are on-going.
11. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No. 11 : Bantal - Mukomuko
Province
: Bengkulu
A. Previous Status :
PMU resubmitted to the World Bank on January 9, 2014 the revised LARAP documents
and was resubmitted again on May 21, 2014 due to some minor corrections.
World Bank issued on May 30, 2014 a No Objection Letter (NOL) on the revised LARAP
documents for implementation.
Monitoring Report for compensation payments of 81 out of 183 PAP have been
submitted to World Bank.
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
a) Compensation payments for the remaining 51 PAP is in process and to be paid
from 2015 National Budget.
C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015
a) The remaining 58 PAPs Monitoring Report for compensation already submitted to
World Bank dated February 6, 2015.
12. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No. 12 : Kambang - Indrapura
Province
: Sumatera Barat
A. Previous Status :
LARAP documents approved by World Bank on October 14, 2014.
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
a) No allocated budget to pay land acquisition in the 2014 budget of the Local
Government. Compensation payments to be allocated from the 2015 budget.
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C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015


a) Inventory of affected assets and measurements by Land Acquisition Committee of
Local Government are on-going.
13. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No. 13 : Sp. Rukis Tj. Kemuning
Province
: Bengkulu
A. Previous Status :
PMU resubmitted to the World Bank on January 9, 2014 the revised LARAP documents
and was resubmitted again on May 21, 2014 due to some minor corrections.
World Bank issued on May 30, 2014 a No Objection Letter (NOL) on the revised LARAP
documents for implementation.
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
a) Monitoring Reports of the LARAPs implementation have to be prepared and
submitted for review and for submission to World Bank.
C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015
a) Affected assets inventory and measurements is under process by BPN/Land
Acquisition Committee.
b) Land Appraisal procurement is under process.
14. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No. 14 : Painan - Kambang
Province
: Sumatera Barat
A. Previous Status :
LARAP documents submitted to World Bank on November 2014.
World Bank issued on December 19, 2014 the No Objection Letter to the LARAP
documents.
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
a) LARAP implementation is scheduled on March 2015.
C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015
a) No update this period.
15. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No. 15 : Sibolga Bts. Tapsel
Province
: Sumatera Utara
A. Previous Status :
Revised LARAP documents was resubmitted to World Bank on January 30, 2014
World Bank approved the LARAP documents on February 6, 2014 for implementation in
acquiring Road Right of Ways and removal of obstruction.
Appraisal result completed.
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
a) Negotiation with PAP on the remaining 16 out of the total 20 village is on going..
C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015
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a) Compensation payment for PAP in four (4) villages out of 20 Village is in process.
16. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No.16 : Seblat - Ipuh
Province
: Bengkulu
A. Previous Status :
PMU resubmitted to the World Bank on January 9, 2014 the revised LARAP documents
and was resubmitted again on May 21, 2014 due to some minor corrections.
World Bank issued on May 30,2014 a No Objection Letter (NOL) on the revised LARAP
documents for implementation.
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
a) Monitoring Reports of the LARAPs implementation for the remaining 311 PAP out
of 450 PAP have to be prepared and submitted for review and for submission to
World Bank.
b) LARAP Implementation is underway for the remaining 311 PAP be allocated 2015
national budget
C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015
a) Monitoring Reports of the LARAPs implementation for the remaining 311 PAP out
of 450 PAP already submitted to World Bank dated February 6, 2015.
17. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No.17 : Sp. Gunung Kemala Pg. Tampak
Province
: Lampung
A. Previous Status :
CTC revised the LARAP documents taking into consideration all the Banks comments
and PMU resubmitted the documents to the World Bank on November 6, 2013
World Bank approved the corrected LARAP documents on November 12, 2013
Director of Planning issued letter on November 18, 2013 to the Director of
Implementation Affairs to inform that World Bank had already approved the LARAP
documents for implementation by the land acquisition committee.
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
a) PMU waiting report of the land acquisition progress result from Satker.
C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015
a) Appraisal of affected assets (buildings, houses, plant and other obstructions) by
Independent Appraisal Team is on-going.
18. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No.18 : Mukomuko Bts. Sumbar
Province
: Bengkulu
A. Previous Status :
Proposed to be replaced.
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
a) Proposed to be replaced.
C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015
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a) Still no update during this period.


b) Proposed to be replaced.
19. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No.19 : Lais - Bintunan
Province
: Bengkulu
A. Previous Status :
PMU resubmitted to the World Bank on January 9, 2014 the revised LARAP documents
and was resubmitted again on May 21, 2014 due to some minor corrections.
World Bank issued on May 30, 2014 No Objection Letter (NOL) on the revised LARAP
documents for implementation
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
a) Monitoring Reports of the LARAPs implementation for the compensation
payments of 262 PAP have to be prepared and submitted for review and for
submission to World Bank.
b) Remaining 177 PAP to be compensated from the 2015 National Budget.
C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015
a) LARAP Monitoring Report for Payment of compensation is for 262 of the total 379
PAP still to be prepared for submission to World Bank.
20. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No. 20 : Lubuk Alung - Sicincin
Province
: Sumatera Barat
A. Previous Status :
World Bank issued NOL to LARAP documents on December 19, 2014.
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
a) LARAP implementation to be implemented by Local Government.
C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015.
a) Payment of Compensation to PAP is scheduled for May 2015.
21. Monitoring Report of the LARAP
Package No. 21 : Lubuk Alung - Kurataji
Province
: Sumatera Barat
A. Previous Status :
World Bank issued NOL to LARAP documents on December 19, 2014.
B. Pending Issues, Concern and Actions
a) LARAP implementation to be implemented by Local Government.
C. Update during this reporting month of February 2015.
a) Payment of Compensation to PAP is scheduled for May 2015.

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4.7 Anti Corruption Issues


4.7.1 AntiCorruption Action Plan (ACAP)
ACAP for WINRIP was developed from the previous SRIP experiences. Basically, it has the same
main components of involving the Community Representative Observers (CRO) in the bid opening
and Third Party Monitoring (TPM) during the construction supervision although modification was
made on the selection process of the CROs for SRIP. Within this plan there are four main pillars as
indicated separately below

a)
b)
c)
d)

Community Representative Observers (CRO)


Publication / Disclosure
Complaints Handling System (CHS)
Third Party Monitoring (TPM)

4.7.2 Community Representative Observers (CRO)


The Community Representative Observers, who are required to observe the actual bidding
activities, were appointed for WP-1 group. All of the CROs were university staff, selected in
accordance with the World Bank suggestion to request assistance from local universities.
CRO is the independent observer who is not related directly or indirectly to the Contractors,
Consultants, and Suppliers or not be part of the WINRIPs management, and not a member of any
political party.
CROs selection procedures:
a. Review the criteria and qualifications of candidates for the CRO.
b. Director of Planning, DGH/ as Chairman of the Project Management Unit, delegated of the
authority to the selection of the CRO to the Head of National Roads Implementation Agency
(BBPJN) / Head of Procurement Services Unit (Unit Layanan Pengadaan - ULP), hereinafter
referred to as Head of Balai.
c.

Head of Balai to invite CRO candidates from the local universities or colleges.

d. Selection of CRO to be facilitated by Balai (BBPJN) / Procurement Services Unit (Unit Layanan
Pengadaan - ULP).
e. Elected CRO and substitute CRO must attend one day training to be conducted by the PMU /
CTC WINRIP.
f.

Head of Balai to report the result of CRO selection by attaching the Minutes of Election
Meeting and send an approval application letter of the CRO to Director of Planning DGH as the
Chairman of PMU.

g. Based on the report and a written request from the Head of Balai, the Director of Planning
DGH as the Chairman of PMU must sign a Letter of Agreement and the Decree of the
Establishment of CROs.
The duties and obligations of CRO are:
a. CRO must be present in any procurement activity (Pre-Bid Meeting, Site Visit, Bids Submission
and Opening of Bids, and Announcement of Bids Winner) by invitation of the Procurement
Committee, and are required to sign the attendance list
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b. If the elected CRO is unable to attend on procurement activities, a Substitute CRO shall be
appointed to attend these activities.
c. In discharging of duties the Substitute CRO have the same responsibilities as elected CRO.
d. The CRO / Substitute CRO, after attending the Procurement activities, required to make a
report of his/her activities and submit them to the PMU and copy furnished to the related
Head of Balai.
CRO as the representative of the community is to be independent observers and in performing
their duties voluntarily and not demanding benefits of their works.
In the performance of its duties, the CROs receive transportation cost from their home / office to
the location of procurement meeting, and also he / she also receives per diem or Out Station
Allowance (OSA) and hotel accommodation if necessary to stay. CROs also get additional charged
for their reporting costs. The financing standards adjusted to the General Cost Standard (Standar
Biaya Umum) issued by the Ministry of Finance.
The CROs financing charged to the Contract for Consulting Services for Technical Assistance for
Core Team Consultants (CTC) No: 06-20/CTC/TA/LN/8043/1112, dated 5 November 2012.
4.7.3 Publication / Disclosure
The second task under ACAP is publication of related ACAP documents for public disclosure with
easy access to the general public and this is mainly manifest in the ACAP segment of the WINRIP
website. This ACAP section has been being designed to attain the best possible transparency of the
project.
Ministry of Public Work (MPW) will provide necessary information in the Project Implementation
Plan (PIP), Project Management Manual (PMM) on its website, and in the bidding documents, such
as contact point for complaint (mail and e-mail address, phone, fax, text message). The contact will
also include the Banks Fraud and Corruption Hotline. MPW will hold Annual Accountability
Meetings to enhance accountability and project information sharing with civil society. The PMM
will provide guidelines on disclosure of information related to the project. MPW official website
will display critical information on WINRIP to enhance both internal and external monitoring of the
project:
Work Plan and Procurement Plan.
Quarterly newsletter containing information on the list of contracts, implementation progress,

projects related activities, number, types and status of complaints in each location. The
newsletter will also be made available to civil society in hard copy and through electronic
mailing system.
Mid-Term Review Report, promptly after completion of the mid-term review implementation

support is carried out in accordance with the loan agreement;


All final audit reports (financial or otherwise, including qualified audit reports) prepared in

accordance with the loan agreement and all formal responses of the government in relation to
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such reports. The publication should be done within one month after the report is accepted as
final.
Contracts awarded with information on general scope of work (with location), value, and

summary information of the awarded firms/ contractors.

The practice in other projects

demonstrates that disclosure of contracts awarded will help in reducing fraudulent practices
Ministry of Public Works (PU) maintains a website: http://www.pu.go.id/, with a link to
'eproc.pu.go.id' for information on semi e-procurement or e-procurement. PMU WINRIP
supported by CTC will develop his own website: http://www.winrip-ibrd.com, and with it all the
information and data about WINRIP be inputted or uploaded on this site.
In the application of one of the components of ACAP, the public disclosure and transparency, it is
necessary to spread information and increase the capacity of all stakeholders involved in the
implementation of this WINRIP project, through a variety of relevant training. The trainings have
been expressed in the ToR of CTC WINRIP and described in the Project Implementation Plan (PIP).
One of the major risks to effective project implementation and management derives from the
likelihood that project management staff does not have adequate training in or experience of the
management of large-scale projects.
4.7.4 Complaints Handling Mechanism (CHS)
The ACAP as adopted by the Ministry of Public Works for WINRIP states on the subject of
Complaints Handling System. The Community Development Specialist and the Management
Information Specialist will play a crucial role in the set-up of the Complaints Handling System (CHS)
within PMU, in cooperation with the PMU officer(s) in charge of the Complaints Handling Unit
(CHU).
CHS essentially has four main components as follows:
Data Entry.

All complaints were expected to be submitted through the WINRIP website but in fact, to
date, most complaints have been received by letter, either directly or indirectly, although a
few were sent by fax or email. However, to attain the best possible transparency of the
project, complaints submitted manually through letter, facsimile, telephone, e mail or visit
to the Public Works regional offices will be entered in the WINRIP website by the CHS team
of CTC. The possibility of using the short message service (SMS) from a cell phone for
complaints was considered and it was decided that all SMS messages, although not treated
as formal complaints, will be recorded as additional information.
Complaint Registration.

Every submitted complaint is registered and stored into the CHS database, categorized, and
sent to the correlated expert for future consultation in order to formulate a response.
Complaint Assessment.

The CHS Team assesses the urgency and complexity of all complaints. Simple complaints are
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followed by the formulation of a response for PMUs approval before uploading the formal
response into the WINRIP website. Complex complaints are followed by a thorough
investigation.
Field Investigation and Analysis.

In the case of an investigation being required, the CHS team will make field visits and take
necessary action such as discussion with related institutions (Satker, Dinas, Supervision
Consultant, etc); invite the complainer; interview the contractor; etc. Findings will be used
for analysis to formulate a conclusion, solution, next action and any further decision.
4.7.5 Third Party Monitoring (TPM)
All WINRIP packages are designed to have external parties involved in conducting an independent
assessment of the project throughout construction. Project information is accessible through the
WINRIP website (under construction), project information booth which is normally maintained in
the PPK/Satker/Dinas office or, project announcement (billboard) at each site. ACAP requires a
third party, from outside the project, to independently monitor the progress of construction work
of each link and these personnel are provided by universities nearby each package.
It was decided that the best method of recruitment for TPM was through the universities closest to
each package and PMU mailed invitations asking them to express their interest in forming
independent monitoring teams of Third Party Monitors. This concept is based on the fact that
Universities/Technical Faculties have the engineers available for recruitment and Universities could
use this opportunity to be involved in public service. It is hoped that this concept will be more
effective and more efficient in getting legitimate, competent, independent Third Party Monitoring
(TPM).
The duties of a TPM included:

a) Report to the PPK for his intended package and obtain copies of all drawings and contract
documentation.

b) Make at least three (3) separate visits to site, with each visit up to four (4) days long, and
ascertain that the works are being carried out in compliance with the drawings and
documentation.

c)

4.8

Prepare and submit a report for the PMU following each visit with their last report post PHO.

Road Safety Audit

Since the Senior Road Safety Audit Engineer has been mobilized on 1st May 2013 and
demobilized on April 1st 2014, technical design and road safety engineering review and road
safety audit which is AWP-2 and AWP-3 sub-projects has been implemented. Since local Road
Safety Engineer has been mobilized on 2nd June 2014, RSA audit for Seblat Ipuh (Package
#16) and road safety engineering review and road safety and management monitoring report
for AWP-1 (4 packages) has been implemented. After completing of technical design review,
the report of Road Safety which is to identify the road safety weaknesses in design during the
design and actual construction and make recommendations for realistic improvements, has
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been made in response to recommendation of the links for betterment and their
implementation under Annual Works Programs(AWP-1,2,3), through site visiting, review of
prepared drawing & report, had an official meeting with stakeholder which is for Full design
review and technical advisory. The Road Safety Engineering CTC team (road safety engineer &
ass. Road safety engineer) shall compile all the road safety advise & recommendations in the
Road Safety Audit and Engineering Reports which shall be part of the technical reports. The
RSA report has to be disseminating in particular to the audited packages.
The details of Civil Work in aspect of road safety audit are mentioned in Chapter 4.1 Detailed
Design Preparation combined with highway part for the Design Stage.

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5.1

February 2015

FINANCIAL & MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS


DrawDowns and Future Costs
Details of the disbursements already made from the loan are listed in the following
subsection.

5.2

Disbursement
The total disbursement from the loan to the end of February2015 was USD 12,794,201.36
equivalent to approximately 5.12% of the loan funds. The was no disbursement made during
the period and percent disbursed to date remains the same as last month report.
The total expenditure to date measured in the term of the World Bank commitment, not
including the Special Account advance, is shown in Appendix C. The following table
summarizes the individual disbursements as calculated by CTC but retaining the total
disbursement from Client Connection at the end of February 2015.
Loan Restructuring
Amount USD

Totals Disbursed to
End January 2015 in
USD

% Disbursed

220,400,000.00

10,228,320.53

4.64

16,000,000.00

2,565,880.83

16.04

1,000,000.00

Unallocated

12,600,000.00

Original Loan
Amount

250,000,000.00

12,794,201.36

5.12

Category

1
2
3

Description
Part 1 Betterment and
Capacity Expansion of
National Roads.
Part 2
Implementation Support
Part 3
Road Sector Institutional
Development
Part 4
Contingency for Disaster
Risk Response

5.3. Management Information System


5.3.1. General Overview
The Management Information System tasks are as follows below:
1) Information System
a. Develop and manage the File Storage as database system to store soft copy
documents into the server.
b. Establish the Document Management System (DMS) to provide:
Letter Database System, used to record all information of incoming and
outgoing letter.
Document Library System, used to record all information of hard copy
documents then store it into library shelves.
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c. Create and updated content of the WINRIP official website.


d. Develop and updated content of the Website Geographic Information System
(WebGIS) of spatial and roads information that overlay into Google Maps.
e. Develop, manage and updated content of the Financial Management
Information System (FMIS), the web based application to monitoring the
financial report and the physical progress report.
f. Provide and manage of the Complaint Handling System (CHS), used and
support the ACAP activities to accommodate complaints from the public.
2) Data Collection and Document Upload
a. Collecting data and updating list of data catalog every month.
b. Uploading documents into a file storage server.
3) Technical and Computer Troubleshooting
a. Setting up and manage cable network of local area network and internet
connection.
b. Setting up and manage hardware problem of the computer, printer, copier
and phone.
c. Software installation and cleaning up of computer virus.
5.3.2. Database

Typical Workflow of
Database Management
Incoming and
Outgoing Data

Administrator

Hard Copy

Stored

Shelves

Soft File

Saved

File Storage
Server

Data
Information

Inputted

Database
Application

A typical workflow in management of incoming and outgoing data is divided into 3


types of data handling, below:
1. Hardcopy, the document is stored in a rack.
2. Soft files, saved in the File Storage Server.
3. Data information, inputted in database applications.
For further handling that needs to be made an integrated database management
system so that all data can be stored properly. The database system has been
prepared to store all of WINRIP project information in a systematic, easily
traceable, maintainable, and manageable format as outlined below with the following
systems:

a. File Storage Server, used to stored all files of report and other document. Please
check the URL address http://storage.winrip-ibrd.com.
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b. Document Management System (DMS), used to record all information of letter and
document files. The URL address of the DMS application will be at
http://dms.winrip-ibrd.com. The DMS have 2 main modules below:
1. Letter Database System, used to record all information of incoming and
outgoing letter.
2. Document Library System, used to record all information of document and
report files.

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PROJECT PERFORMANCE

6.1
6.1.1

World Bank and GOI Compliance


World Bank Missions

World Bank Implementation Review Mission started with a kick-off meeting on January 15, 2015
with follow-up meeting on January 19, 2015. A wrap-up meeting was held on January 22, 2015 to
complete the mid-term review of the progress of the Project implementation.
No site visit inspection was scheduled during the month, however, the mission scheduled to visit the
site in February 2015 the on-going works of Contract Package No.1 and Contract Package No.2 in
Lampung and Sumatera Barat, respectively, Packages 6, 11, 19 and possibly Package 19 will be
visited too, to assess the progress of the resettlement plan implementation.
In addition to the next months schedule visits, the TFAC Audit Team will visit the site during the
middle of February 2015.
6.1.2

Agreed Key Actions and Mission Plans during Recent World Bank Visit

A list of the key actions monitored during the period are listed below.
No.
1.
2.
3.

4.

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

Action

By Whom

Send the environmental permit for package 4 to the


Bank
Send environmental management and monitoring
work plans (RKPPL) for package 1 and 4 to the Bank
Provide formal feedback to the RKPPL for package 1, 2,
3 and 4
Carry out the first workshop on HIV-AIDS for
package 2 or 3
For Package 1 and 4

PMU and CTC


PMU and CTC
Bank

PMU/CTC/DSC

Send the first environmental management and


monitoring implementation reports for packages 1, 2,
3 and 4 to the environmental agencies
Submit to the Bank the LARAP monitoring reports for
packages 2, 3, 11, 16
Submit to the Bank the LARAP monitoring reports for
packages 6, 19
Submit to the Bank progress report in terms of LARAP
implementation for packages 13 and 17
Submit to the Bank progress report in terms of LARAP
implementation for packages 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15,
16, 19, 20, 21
Send a strip map for package 11 with the locations of
the remaining affected people to the Bank
Send a strip map for packages 6 and 19 with the

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PMU
PMU
PMU
PMU
PMU

Status and Target dates


WB NOL issued on
February 23, 2015
WB NOL issued on
February 23,
February 20, 2015
April 6, 2015 (CTC
was send the TOR of
HIV-AIDS Workshop
to PMU,Balai etc
For Package 1 and 4
at the end of April
2015
March 31, 2015
under preparing by
CTC
January 22, 2015
Done
Mid February 2015
Every Monday
Done
Every second

Monday

Done
February 16, 2015
Mid of March 2015

Monthly Progress Report

No.

12.
13.
14.

15.

16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.

24.

25.
26.
27.
28.

29.
30.
31.
32.
33.

February 2015

Action

By Whom

location of the remaining affected people to the Bank


Send the draft of the procurement control table for the
monthly updates to the Bank
Send the monthly procurement updates to the Bank
Provide a formal feedback on e-procurement for
consulting services
Send the Expression for Manifestation of Interest for
the Capacity Enhancement on Disaster Risk Mitigation
to the Bank
Send the draft Request for Proposals

PMU
PMU
Bank

PMU and CTC

Send a revised version of the procurement plan


Finalize the bid evaluation reports for packages 6 and
19 (NCB full e-procurement)
Send the bid evaluation report for package 15 to the
Bank
Send the evaluation report for package 5 to the Bank

PMU
PMU
PMU

Send the engineering designs for packages 7, 8, 10 and


PMU
12 to the Bank
Send the engineering designs for packages 14, 16, 20
PMU
and 21 to the Bank
Send the bidding documents for packages 8, 10 and 12
to the Bank
Publish the bidding document for package 7 (NCB)
Formalize the agreement on the design review for
pack. 1
PMU/Contractor
If the quarry permit is not issued by end of January,
DGH
take action to facilitate the permit or oblige the
management
contractor to find another quarry
Reach an agreement on the field engineering including
PMU/Contractor
the bridge design for package 2
Reach an agreement on the field engineering for
package 3
Carry out a show case meeting for package 3
Carry out the 2nd show case meeting for package 4
Report back to the Bank on how DGH has
implemented the recommendations of the auditors in
the auditing report of the 2012 and 2013 financial
statements

Status and Target dates

January 20, 2015


Done
First week of each
month
Done
January 27, 2015
Done
End of January
February 16, 2015

February 2, 2015
Done
January 30, 2015
Done

March 16, 2015


January 21, 2015
Done
January 26, 2015
Done
Send to Bank on end
of March 2015
March 2, 2015
March 2, 2015
End of January 2015
By mid-February if
the quarry permit is
not issued
February 16, 2015
Done
February 16, 2015
February 27, 2015
February 16, 2015
End of March 2015
February 16, 2015
Done

Revised disbursement plan for 2015


Meet with the Inspectorate General of Ministry of
Public Works for inclusion of all project packages
financed into their work program
Provide comments on the revised PMM, including the
web application
Comply with Anticorruption Action Plan agreements in
annex 9
Put MTR report on WINRIP website

Bank
Bank
PMU/CTC
PMU/CTC

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January 30, 2015
Done
As per deadline in
annex 9
January 30, 2015
Done

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34.
35.
36.
37.
38.

6.1.3

February 2015

Action

By Whom

Provide comments to the draft terms of reference for


the Technical Audits
Send to the Bank a request for modification of the
contract with CTC
Carry out some random checks to verify if DGHs AADT
data is correct and use a simple regression analysis to
compare it with the data from the mobile survey
Regularly submit the quarterly progress reports to the
Bank
Send a draft of the restructuring request to the Bank

Status and Target dates

PMU

End of January 2015

PMU

January 30, 2015

CTC

April 15, 2015

PMU
PMU

Each calendar
quarter
End of February
2015

Performance Indicators

GOI and the World Bank have agreed on a set of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to measure the
projects performance in achieving its stated development objectives. These KPIs are provided in the
World Banks Project Appraisal Document (PAD), together with baseline data and targets.
The annual targets for KPIs that are indicated in the Project Appraisal Document are based on the
initial Project Implementation Schedule as shown in Appendix I.
The CTC is concentrating on the establishment of precise definitions, calculation methods and data
collection procedures to monitor the KPIs.
Actual traffic counts shall be conducted using the Mobile Observer Method for determination of
AADT data which is to be used in updating the target and actual AADTs.
As agreed during the recently concluded Mid-Term Review Meeting, it was agreed that CTC will carry
out some random checks to verify if DGHs AADT data is correct and use a simple regression analysis
to compare it with the data from the mobile survey.
The random survey will be performed in six (6) sub-projects, Packages 1, 3, 6, 15, 19 and 20 which
will be conducted in early February 2015.

6.2
6.2.1

Implementation Support Components


Core Team Consultant (CTC)

The CTC is responsible to provide support to the PMU and DGH in the management of the Project,
based in Jakarta. The CTC tasks include financial and progress monitoring and reporting, information
management and dissemination, quality assurance and performance review for the Design and
Supervision Consultants (DSC), implementation and monitoring of the anti-corruption action plan,
support for project monitoring and evaluation, and support for implementation of a training
program to support project management and implementation.
The CTC contract No. 06-20/CTC/TA/LN/8043/1112 was signed on 5 November 2012 by both DGH
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and a Joint Venture of PT. Perentjana Djaja, Yongma Engineering Co.Ltd., and PT. Epadascon
Permata Engineering Consultant.
The main CTC activities during February 2015 are as follows:

Assited POKJA (Medan BALAI I) in preparations of draft letters for bid validity for Package No. 5

Asisted POKJA (Medan Balai I) in preparations of draft Addendum No. 1 for Package 15.

Assisted POKJA (Medan Balai I) in preparation of responses to bidders queries on the Bid
Documents for Package 15.

Recommended to PMU a payment scheme to attain substantial length of cleared ROWS for P13
and P17 in order to convince ad request WB to interpose no objection to a sectional or partial
turn over of the cleared street to contractor to start the works.

Conducted traffic count surveys to carryout random checks to verify if DGHs AADT data is
correct and use simple regression analysis to compare it with the data from the mobile survey.

CTC Proc. Team attended opening of bids Package 15 in Medan

CTC Training Team conducted and delivered Interim Financial Report (IFR) Training in Bengkulu.

6.2.2

Design and Supervision Consultant (DSC)

The Design and Supervision Consultant (DSC) will be responsible for design of WP 2 and WP 3 civil
works and supervision of all civil works. They will have the role of Engineer under a FIDIC-type
contract. The tasks include the preparation and maintenance of a quality assurance plan, validation
and updating of designs, supervision of all civil works, environmental and social monitoring and
management, and support for financial and progress monitoring and reporting.
The DSC will also be responsible for quality assurance of materials and workmanship, certifying
whether or not contractors have achieved the required results, as well as documentation and
reporting based on the financial management plan. They will prepare a Quality Assurance system
covering all subprojects, and continuously monitor the effectiveness of their supervision procedures.
The team will be contracted and managed by DGH through the Bina Marga Regional Office (Balai II),
and will be based in Padang, West Sumatera.
DSC contract was negotiated in Balai Besar Pelaksanaan Jalan Nasional II (Balai-II) of DGH. The
negotiation result and draft contract have been sent to WB on 25 March 2013 for review and
approval. The Bank issued no objection letter on the negotiation results and draft contract with
letter dated 19 April 2013.
6.2.3

Road Sector Institutional Development

This component consists of technical assistance for capacity building for the new environment/risk
mitigation and road safety unit to enhance its capacity for disaster risk assessment and planning, risk
mapping of land-slides, coastal erosion, earthquake and floods, analysis of alternative road designs
for road segments passing through critical environmental assets and vulnerable areas.
It is planned so far that there will be only one (1) consultant services for Capacity Building of Disaster
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Risks Reduction as the two (2) other services are to be deleted.

6.3 TRAINING TO SUPPORT PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION


The work during this reporting month is actually inseparable continuation of what were
prepared and done during previous month (January 2015) summarized below:

Continuing to assist PMU in further finishing the Draft Revision I of the PMM, based on
the World Bank comments and suggestions..

Carrying out the Interim Financial Report (IFR) Training in Bengkulu on 11-12 February
2015.

Preparing the implementation of the RKPPL Training in Bengkulu on 4 5 March 2015,


and implementation of PMM Socialization Training for contractors and Consultants
possibly in the last week of March. 2015.

The work during this reporting month was then focused on the following activities:
6.3.1 Continuing to prepare the socialization of PMM

Preparing the implementation of Proposed PMM Socialization Training for Contractors


and Consultants prior to their mobilization.

The first training was actually proposed to be conducted in the last week of January 2015.
However, it should be postponed, because of awaiting for the World Bank comments or
approval on the Draft Revision I of the PMM which then received on 29 January 2015.
Some corrections and updating of the Draft Revision I of the PMM have been done based on
the World Bank comments.

The target group of the proposed training are mainly the Contractors and Consultants
staff prior to their mobilization to packages of AWP-2 and AWP-3, and the related PPK.
The first training will invite 28 participants from packages: 05, 11, 13, and 17, as shown
in the following table.
Prospective Participants Targeted for the PMM Socialization Training
for Contractors & Consultants

Phase Packag
( Class ) e No.

5
11
13
17

Name of Package

Province

Number of Participants Invited


Contract Consulta
Bina
Total
or
nt
Marga

Simpang Rampa - Poriaha

Sumatera Utr

1 *)

Bantal Mukomuko

Bengkulu

1 *)

Rukis Tj. Kemuning

Bengkulu

1 *)

Gunung Kemala Pg. Tampak

Lampung

1 *)

12

Total :

12

Notes: Three (3) prospective participants targeted for each Contractor & Consultant. Its expected that
they can send 3 persons each, or at least 2 persons, to achieve + 75 % of the target.

*) The PPK related to the packages who had not attended the Socialization of PMM in
Padang last September will also invite to attend this training.

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Its still awaiting the time of implementation that will be decided by the PMU based on
the availability of Contractor and Consultant staffs to be invited. It will be possibly in the
last week of March or in April 2015.
6.3.2 Annual Training Program
a) Conducting the Interim un-audited Financial Report (IFR) Training in Bengkulu on 1112
February 2015, for packages 05, 11, 13, and 17 :

The Training was officially opened by the Head of Satker PJN Reg. I Bengkulu, Mr.
Bambang Eko Saputro, ST, M.Sc., at the meeting room of Satker P2JN Bengkulu, Jl. Ir.
Rustandi Sugianto Km. 12+225 Pulau Baai Bengkulu.

It was attended by twenty-five (`25 ) participants of twenty (20) persons invited


(125%) as shown in the following table.
Bengkulu IFR Training Participants
11-12 February 2015
No
A
1
2
B
1.
2.
2
3
C
1
2

Groups of Participants
Province: NORTH SUMATERA
Treasurer & Financial Staffs of Sastker PJN II
PPK 12 & Administrative + Financial Staffs
Sub-Total WEST SUMATERA
Province: BENGKULU :
Treasurer & Financial Staffs of Satker PJN II
Treasurer & Financial Staffs of Satker PJN I
PPK 06 & Administrative + Financial Staffs PJN II
PPK 01 & Administrative + Financial Staffs PJN I
Sub-Total of BENGKULU :
Province: LAMPUNG:
Treasurer & Financial Staffs of Sastker PJN I
PPK 08 & Administrative + Financial Staffs PJN I
Sub-Total of LAMPUNG :
TOTAL

Invited

Attending

3
3

3
3
6

3
-3
3

Remarks

6
3
2
7
5

9
2
3

17
2
--

5
20

2
25

The total attendances of this training were 25 persons. It meant achieving 125%
attendance rate..

Three participants from North Sumatera were then required to go back to Medan
for something to be handled immediately (SPM). Therefore, they could not fully
continue participating the training on the second day.

Complying with the objectives of the training, the methodological approach was
stressed on minimizing lecture and maximizing exercise and practice session. The
first day of the course was for introducing IFR, explaining the standard forms to be
used and how to use. It was then continued with exercises: filling out the forms with
the data prepared by the Facilitator, using computer.

Second day of the program: Practice session. The participants were guided to prepare
IFR by filling out the appropriate form, using computer, with the real data of their

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project. Since the data of this fiscal year (2015) was not available yet, the exercise then
was done with the data from the previous Fiscal years (1012, 2013,
and 2014). The Facilitator checked the participants work one by one, giving instruction,
suggestion and guidance, until they were all able to prepare the IFR correctly.

b)

6.3.3

Three participants from North Sumatera were then required to go back to Medan
for something to be handled immediately (SPM). Therefore, they could not fully
continue participating the training on the second day.

Fortunately, the attendances of this training have all been working in financial. They
were patiently and diligently following all sessions. The Facilitator facilitated the learning
process properly. Cooperation between the Facilitator and the participants were very
good. The training was, therefore, going along smoothly, and the Facilitator found at the
end of the session, that all participants worked correctly in preparing IFR.

The training was officially closed at 16.00 by the CTC Financial Specialist.

Preparing the implementation of RKPPL Training to be carried out in Bengkulu on 11 12


March 2015, for packages: 05, 11, 13, and 17. The venue has been prepared.
Prospective participants has been identified.; invitation letter prepared; training
materials has been checked and ready for reduplication.

Progress

The implementation of IFR Training for packages 05, 11, 13, and 17 was carried out in
Bengkulu on 11 - 12 February 2015.

Some corrections and updating of the Draft Revision I of the PMM have been done based on
the World Bank comments.

RKPPL Training and TPM Preparatory Training combined implementation has been
prepared: the venue, prospective participants, invitation letter, handouts.

6.3.4 Activities Plan for next month (March 2015)

Continuing to assist PMU in further finishing the Draft Revision I of the PMM, based on
the World Bank comments and suggestions.

Carrying out the RKPPL Training and TPM Preparatory Training in Bengkulu on 11-12
March 2015.

Preparing the implementation of the PMM Socialization Training for Contractors and
Consultants that will possibly be in the last week of March or in April 2015.

6.4 AntiCorruption Issues


6.4.1

Anti-Corruption Action Plan (ACAP)

The main duties of the Community Development Officer are implementation of Anti-Corruption
Measures and Monitoring their Effectiveness. Provide assistance as required with the establishment
of anti-corruption measures necessary to support the project and monitor and report their
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effectiveness based on the Anti-Corruption Action Plan (ACAP) agreed between the World Bank and
the DGH.
The following tasks particularly need to establish procedures to be undertaken:

Selection of Community Representative Observers (CROs) of civil society groups to attend the
procurements process on key procurement steps including pre-bid meeting and site visit, bids
submission and bids opening, and the announcement of the bid winner. These CROs will be
invited from local universities or other selected independent institutions, and will sign the
attendance list for the procurement/selection process.

Establishment of a Third Party Monitoring (TPM) mechanism, whereby the media and civil
society groups can become involved in monitoring the progress of the project. This mechanism
will include regular sharing of information with the media.

Establishment and Management of a Complaints Handling Mechanism (CHM), which includes


maintaining project complaint log and filing to monitor status of follow-up of each complaint.
This mechanism will include provision for follow up investigations of substantial complaints by
the Inspectorate General of Ministry of Public Works or third party audit to ensure
independence and reliability of the system. The CTC assignment concerns the monitoring of the
aspects of Anti-Corruption Action Plan (ACAP) implementation and where required act proactive in resolving issues when such a matter arises. The Community Development specialist has
a major role in monitoring performance and assists PMU in the set-up and follow-through of the
Complaints Handling Unit (CHU) for the ACAP related incidents

Enhanced Disclosure Provisions and Transparency, Ministry of Public Work (MPW) will provide
necessary information in the Project Implementation Plan (PIP), Project Management manual
(PMM) on their website, and in the bidding documents, such as contact point for complaint (mail
and e-mail address, phone, fax, text message). The contact will also include the Banks Fraud and
Corruption Hotline. MPW will hold Annual Accountability Meetings to enhance accountability
and project information sharing with civil society. The PMM will provide guidelines on disclosure
of information related to the project. MPW official website will display critical information on
WINRIP to enhance both internal and external monitoring of the project

6.4.2

Community Representative Observers (CRO)

The Anti-Corruption Action Plan (ACAP) activities on Community Representative Observers (CROs),
was adjusted and supported the progress of procurement activities.
The activity on the Community Representative Observers (CROs) during January 2015 are as follows:
1.

On January 26, 2015, Ir. M. Koster Silaen, MT as the substitute CRO of Package 15: Sibolga
Batas Tapanuli Selatan attended the Pre-Bid Meeting, because the main CRO Ms. Ernie Shinta
Y. Sitanggang, ST, MT, could not attend.

The activities progress of Community Representative Observers (CROs) from January 2013 until
January 2015, as shown in Appendix H1.
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February 2015

Third Party Monitoring (TPM)

The Third Party Monitoring, activities during January 2015 was focus on the subject as follow:
1.

The Socialization and explanation of TPM Selection for package 05 (Simpang Rampa Poriaha)
and package 15 (Sibolga Batas Tapanuli Selatan), has been conducted on Wednesday, January
28, 2015 to the Lectures of Sivil Engineering Department of Technical Faculty of Graha
Nusantara University in Padangsidempuan North Sumatera. This same activity was also carried
out to the Sivil Engineering Department of Technical Faculty of North Sumatera University,
located in the office of Satker/PIU PJN Region II North Sumatera, Jl. Busi Dalam No. 7 Medan on
January 30, 2015.
The Technical Faculty of North Sumatera University have no interest to be the TPM because it is
no honor for TPM activity, and Sivil Engineering Department of Technical Faculty of Graha
Nusantara University Padangsidempuan was interested but they are need to learn it first.

2.

The Employment Agreement or Memorandum of Understanding between TPM with the CTC
WINRIP (PT. Perentjana Djaja) has been signed by the TPM Packages 01, 02, 03 and 04 on
December 2014, until now still waiting for signing by Director of PT. Perntjana Djaja.

The Progress of Third Party Monitoring (TPM) Activities from April 2013 up to January 2015 and the
works plan is shown in Appendix H2.
6.4.4

Complaint Handling System (CHS)

The Community Development Officer with collaboration with MIS Specialist has developed a
software application of Complaint Handling System (CHS) in integrated to website of WINRIP
http://www.winrip-ibrd.com.
In the implementation of Complaint Handling System (CHS) essentially there are four main
components as follows:

Data Entry.

Complaint Registration.

Complaint Assessment.

Field Clarification and Analysis.

Problem Solving and taking the Decision

The final draft of Complaint Handling System (the framework of the complaint procedures on the
web site of WINRIP and provided ACAP inputting data in the web site) has ready to be operated.
However these applications still continue to be refined by considering input from various parties.
The CHS team has been monitored and noted the public complaints via SiPP website and WINRIP
website, but until now have no complaint about the WINRIP programs.
As the result of several meeting, there were many sources of delay, but there were no parties
submitted their complaint on CHS line.
CHS team gathered several information regarding to the problem of the project site / field, still like a
month ago, namely:
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February 2015

Package 01: Krui Biha

- Contractor disposed their responsibility to the Supplier regarding to the provision of the
material. The Contractor took the material from the Quarry without any license from
Environment Agency/Badan Lingkungan Hidup (BLH) in Kabupaten, thus the Local
Government stopped the mining.

- One of the alternative solutions to solving the problem is the contractor must take the
material from elsewhere, for example from Banten, with delivery by boat.
2.

Package 02 (Padang Sawah Simpang Empat),

- There were many distractions from Non-Government Organization (NGO) that would like to
take profit from the project
3.

Package 03 (Manggopoh - Padang Sawah)

- There Asphalt Mixing Plant (AMP) is often damaged so that the Contractor cannot work
optimally.
4.

Package 04 : Ipuh Bantal

- There was a conflict between internal Contractors (PT. Waskita Karya and PT. DMT, Joint
Operation) so they divided their projects site and worked out individually.

- The last update is the PT. Waskita Karya has a significant progress of their works.
The CHS Activities is shown in Annex H3.
6.4.5. Publication/Disclosures
Publication and disclosure is an attempt to increase transparency of information to the public, so
the public can easily to access information about the project WINRIP. Some components of
publication and disclosures are as follows: a) announcing the information about the project through
dissemination activities and provision the leaflets, b) installation of the project information boards,
c) the provision of space / project information booth, d) providing important information that can
only be accessed by public with submitted an officially applications to the authorities, and e) the
provision of information in the website which can be accessed via the internet.
The Public Disclosures and Transparencies activity point a (announcing the information about the
project through dissemination activities and provision the leaflets) is responsible by PPK. This action
is very impotent for give the information about how the public can access the project information
and how can they send their complaint to the PMU (Complaint Handling Unit).
However, upon the recommendation of the Head of Project Management Unit of Administration
Fostering and Control of Overseas Loans and Grants Implementation/Kepala Satuan Kerja
Pembinaan Administrasi dan Pelaksanaan Pengendalian Pinjaman dan Hibah Luar Negeri
(PAP2PHLN) during the Project Midterm Review Meeting last January 15, 2015, this should not be
performed in WINRIP, because the information is enough in Project Information board.
Until now there were no information if the PPK has done publication media or provided information
or to do this publication as mentioned above, because there were never been implemented
monitoring of it.
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The Community Development Team has sent the CROs activities Repots and Third Party Monitoring
(TPM) activities Reports to Information Management Team and has been uploaded to the website
of WINRIP.
Almost all data and report documents of the Community Development activities on Community
Representative Observers (CROs) for 8 packages (01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 11, 13, 17) and Third Party
Monitoring (TPM) for 7 packages (01, 02, 03, 04, 11, 13, 17) has been sent to the Information
Management System and has been entried/uploaded to the website of WINRIP.
Now the Community Development officer is preparing the Quarterly Newsletter October
December 2014 that will publish in the MPW website and send to the civil society forum (i.e.
Himpunan Pengembangan Jalan Indonesia (HPJI) / Indonesian Road Development Association and
Masyarakat Transportasi Indonesia (MTI) / Indonesian Transportation Society.
The Information Management System also has inputting/entry/upload the data about Procurement
activity, Land Acquitision and Resettlement Acton Plan (LARAP) activity, Environmental activity,
Financial Report, Project Actual Status. Progress of Project, etc
The Works Activities for Publication / Disclosure is shown in Annex H4.
6.4.6. Action Plan for Next Months
The Activities plan for future months (February of 2014), in order of priority are as follows:
1. Ensure that the Employment Agreement or Memorandum of Understanding between TPM
(packages 01, 02, 03, and 04) with the CTC WINRIP (PT. Perentjana Djaja) can be signed Director
of PT. Perentjana Djaja and by the Head of Project Implementation Unit of Administration
Fostering and Control of Overseas Loans and Grants Implementation / Kepala Satuan Kerja
Pembinaan Administrasi dan Pengendalian Pelaksanaan Pinjaman dan Hibah Luar Negeri
(PAP2PHLN) in January 2015.
2. Inputting or upload the data, documents and reports of ACAP into the website.
3. Selection of the Third Party Monitoring (TPM) for packages 05, 06, 19, and15.

6.5 Road Safety Audit


6.5.1 Activities during This Month (January 2015)
There was no road safety audit during this month. The activities during this month was only attend
meeting with PMU and World Bank to discuss the changes of detailed design drawings for four (4)
packages i.e: package #7; #8; #10; and #12 . The meeting was held on February 2, 2015 at World Bank
Office.
6.5.2 Current status of the project for technical field as of January 2015.
The Details of Progress of Technical Design Reviewing in aspect of road safety audit and Monitoring
of Traffic Management and Safety as of the end of February 2015 as seen in table below.

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Technical Design & Road Safety Engineering Review, Road Safety Audit Report, Traffic Management & Safety Monitoring Report Status

Group

Traffic Mngmt &


Safety
Construction Monitoring
Stage
Report

Road Safety Audit

Name of Sub-project

Sp.Rampa Poriaha
(Link No. 03.075)

completed completed completed completed

completed

Final Technical Report was resubmitted on 17th


September 2013

PS.Pedati - Kerkap
(Link No. 13.009)

completed completed completed completed

completed

Final Technical Report was submitted on 17


September 2013

Indrapura Tapan
(Link No. 06.034)

8
AWP-2

Technical Design & Road Safety Engineering


Review
Post
Site
Full
Technical/RS
-Review Visiting
-Review
E Report

Pack
No.

9
10
11
12
13
14

AWP-3
15

Bts.Pariaman
Manggopoh
(Link No. 06.023)
Rantau Tijang Kota
Agung
(Link
No.
Sp.Empat 17.032)
Sp. Air
Balam
(Link No. 06.020)
Bantal - Mukomuko
(Link No. 13.002)

(By DSC)

(By DSC)

(By DSC)

Technical
Advisory

(By DSC)

(By DSC)

(By DSC)

Technical
Advisory

(By DSC)

(By DSC)

(By DSC)

(By DSC)

(By DSC)

(By DSC)

DED Stage

Reviewed and
prepared by
Sub Dit of EA&
RS and
Reviewed
prepared by
Sub Dit of EA&
RS

Technical
Advisory

Sibolga Bts TapSel


(Link No. 03.044)

(By DSC)

(By DSC)

1)Final Technical Advisory was submitted on 5th


February 2013
2)Final RSA Report was submitted on May 2014
1)Final Technical Advisory was submitted on 5th
February 2013
2)Final RSA Report was submitted on May 2014

Reviewed and
prepared by
Sub Dit of EA&
RS

1)Final Technical Advisory was submitted on 5th


February 2013
2)Final RSA Report was submitted on May 2014

completed

Final Technical Report was resubmitted on 16th


August 2013

1)Final Technical Advisory was submitted on 5th


February 2013
2)Final RSA Report was submitted on May 2014

Final Technical Report was resubmitted on 16th


August 2013

Final Technical Advisory was submitted on 28


May 2014

Final Technical Report was submitted on 23th


September 2013

completed completed completed completed


(By DSC)

th

PROPOSED TO BE DELETED

Reviewed and
prepared by
Sub Dit of EA&
RS
SP.Rukis - TJ.Kemuning completed completed completed completed
completed
(Link No. 13.021)
Painan Kambang
Technical
(By DSC) (By DSC) (By DSC)
(Link No. 06.032)
Advisory
Kambang Indrapura
(Link No. 06.033)

Submitted to
PMU

Technical
Advisory

completed completed completed completed

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Group

Pack
No.

Name of Sub-project

16

Seblat Ipuh
(Link No. 13.004)

17
18
19

(Link No. 13.007)

Complete
Completed
Completed completed
d
PPC-TA
WINRIP

PPC-TA
WINRIP

PPC-TA
WINRIP

(By DSC)

(By DSC)

(By DSC)

DED Stage

Completed No audit

Traffic Mngmt &


Safety
Construction Monitoring
Stage
Report

Road Safety Audit

completed completed completed completed

Final Technical Report was submitted on 17th


September 2013

Final Technical Advisory was submitted on 23


May 2014

(By DSC)

Technical
Advisory

21

Lubuk Alung Kuraitaji


(Link No. 06.025)

(By DSC)

(By DSC)

(By DSC)

Technical
Advisory

Ipuh Bantal
(Link No. 13.003)

(By DSC)

(By DSC)

1)Final Technical Advisory was submitted on


27th March 2014
2)RSA Report was submitted on September 1st,
2014

completed

Lubuk Alung Sicincin


(Link No. 06.041)

Padangsawah
Simpangempat
(Link No. 06.021)
Manggopoh
Padangsawah
(Link No. 06.022)
Biha Krui
(Link No. 17.027)

Submitted to
PMU

PROPOSED TO BE DELETED

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AWP-1

Sp.Gng Kemala
Pg.Tampak
(Link No. 17.025)
Mukomuko
Bts.Sumbar
(Link
13.001)
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- Bintuan

Technical Design & Road Safety Engineering


Review
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-Review Visiting
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Final Technical Advisory was submitted on 23


May 2014

Completed

Complete
Completed Completed
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Completed

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submitted on Nov, 4, 2014

Completed

Complete
Completed Completed
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No audit

Completed

RSE Review and TM&S Monitoring Report was


submitted on Nov, 4, 2014

Completed

Complete
Completed Completed
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No audit

Completed

Completed

Complete
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Completed
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Completed

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RSE Review and TM&S Monitoring Report was
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February 2015

6.6

Environmental and Social Impact Issues

6.6.1

Package No.01: Krui Biha

Social Issues:
Existing mosque is partially traversed due widening of the existing travelledway.
Due to resistance to partially demolished and rebuild the mosque, a new action plan is proposed,
where the road alignment centerline will be shifted to the other side.
Land acquisition is required on the other side of the road centerline alignment if the new action
plan push through.
Environmental Issues:
The RKPPL package No.1 (Krui Biha) was NOL issued from the WB on 23 Feb 2015 and CTC
under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation AMDAL and will be submit to
PMU/PPK/WB until 31 March 2015.
CTC to check if the DSC and Contractor implement the requirements and recommendations in the
AMDAL on the site and incorporated in the design. The CTC a waiting for drawing of AMDAL
recommendation from DSC/Contractor.
CTC has been submit the Draft Integration of recommendation AMDAL to the design to PMU.
6.6.2

Package No.02: Padang Sawah Simpang Empat

Social Issues:
Twenty four (24) new affected persons included in the new LARAP and 3 PAP along Air Gadang
bridge site are not yet compensated by the Local Government.
Environmental Issues:
The RKPPL package No.2 (Padang Sawah Sp.Empat, incl. Air Gadang bridge) was NOL issued
from the WB on 30 Jan 2015 and CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of
implementation UKL&UPL Air Gadang bridge and SPPL (link) will be submit to PMU/PPK/WB until
31 March 2015
6.6.3

Package No.03: Manggopoh Padang Sawah

Social Issues:
The one (1) remaining affected persons still to be compensated by the Local Government.
Environmental Issues:
The RKPPL package No.3 (Manggopoh Padang Sawah) was NOL issued from the WB on 30
January 2015 and CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation SPPL
and will be submit to PMU/PPK/WB until 31 March 2015

6.6.4

Package No.04: Ipuh Bantal

Social Issues:
Complete. Monitoring Report for the compensation of 34 additional PAP already submitted to
World Bank dated February 6, 2015, and had approved.
Environmental Issues:
The RKPPL package No.4 (Ipuh Bantal) was NOL issued from the WB on 23 Feb 2015 and CTC
under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation UKL&UPL and will be submit
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to PMU/PPK/WB until 31 March 2015


6.6.5

Package No.05: Sp. Rampa Poriaha

Social Issues:
Relocation of gasoline station affected by the road improvement have been relocated.
Environmental Issues:
The CTC has been submit the draft integration of UKL&UPL recommendation in to the design to
PMU. The recommendation of UKL&UPL already input on the design
CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation UKL&UPL and will be
submit to PMU/PPK/WB of April 2015

6.6.6

Package No.06: Psr.Pedati Kerkap

Social Issues:
Satker to submit to PMU the payment documents of 546 of the 602 PAP.
Remaining 56 PAP to be paid from 2015 National Budget.
Environmental Issues:
CTC need to check the recommendations of UKL&UPL in the field for clearance of environmental
issues which will be integrated in to the design, the proposed schedule site visit on April 2015.
CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation UKL&UPL and will be
submit to PMU/PPK/WB of April 2015

6.6.7

Package No.07: Indrapura Tapan

Social Issues:
Implementation cost of LARAP to be included by Local Government in 2015 budget.
Affected assets inventory and measurement is by Land Acquisition Committee from Local
Government.
Environmental Issues:
CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation AMDAL and will be
submit to PMU/PPK/WB of May 2015

6.6.8

Package No.08: Bts Kota Pariaman Manggopoh

Social Issues:
Implementation cost of LARAP to be included by Local Government in 2015 budget.
Affected assets inventory and measurement is by Land Acquisition Committee from Local
Government.
Environmental Issues:
CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation AMDAL and will be
submit to PMU/PPK/WB of May 2015.
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February 2015

Package No.09: Rantau Tijang Kota Agung

Social Issues:
Still no issues and concerns.
Environmental Issues:
This packages already remove from the WINRIP.
6.6.10

Package No.10: Sp. Empat Air Balam

Social Issues:
Implementation cost of LARAP to be included by Local Government in 2015 budget.
Affected assets inventory and measurement is by Land Acquisition Committee from Local
Government.
Environmental Issues:
CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation AMDAL and will be
submit to PMU/PPK/WB of June 2015

6.6.11

Package No.11: Bantal - Mukomuko

Social Issues:
Monitoring report concerning compensation payment for 58 of the 193 PAP already submitted
to World Bank dated February 6, 2015
Remaining 47 PAP to be paid from 2015 National Budget
Environmental Issues:
CTC submitted to PMU the draft report for the integration of AMDAL recommendation into the
design.
CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation AMDAL and will be
submit to PMU/PPK/WB of April 2015
6.6.12

Package No12: Kambang Indrapura

Social Issues:
Implementation cost of LARAP to be included by Local Government in 2015 budget.
Affected assets inventory and measurement is by Land Acquisition Committee from Local
Government.
Environmental Issues:
CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation AMDAL and will be
submit to PMU/PPK/WB of May 2015

6.6.13

Package No.13: Sp. Rukis Tj. Kemuning

Social Issues:
Monitoring Reports of the LARAPs implementation have to be prepared and submitted for
review and for submission to World Bank.
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Appraisal affected assets is under process by Independent Appraisal.


Environmental Issues:
CTC need to check the recommendations of UKL&UPL in the field for clearance of environmental
issues which will be integrated in to the design, the proposed schedule site visit on April 2015.
CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation UKL&UPL and will be
submit to PMU/PPK/WB of April 2015
6.6.14

Package No.14: Painan Kambang

Social Issues:
Implementation cost of LARAP to be included by Local Government in 2015 budget.
Monitoring Report of LARAP implementation have to be prepared and submitted for review and
for submission to World Bank.
Environmental Issues:
CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation AMDAL and will be
submit to PMU/PPK/WB of June 2015

6.6.15

Package No.15: Sibolga Bts. Tapsel

Social Issues:
Monitoring Reports of the LARAPs implementation have to be prepared and submitted for
review and for submission to World Bank.
Negotiation with PAP for 16 from total 20 villages is under process, and the remaining of 4
villages has under compensation process.
Environmental Issues:
CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation UKL&UPL and will be
submit to PMU/PPK/WB of June 2015

6.6.16

Package No.16: Sebelat Ipuh

Social Issues:
Monitoring Reports of the LARAPs implementation for compensation of payments for the 139
PAP already submitted to World Bank dated February 6, 2015.
LARAP documents covers only the road link. If there are land acquisition for the bridge site,
separate LARAP documents need to be prepared.
Environmental Issues:
CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation AMDAL and will be
submit to PMU/PPK/WB of May 2015

6.6.17

Package No.17: SP. Gunung Kemala Pg. Tampak

Social Issues:
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LARAP implementation report is not yet submitted by Satker 1 Lampung to PMU/CTC.


Appraisal of affected asset is on-going. Compensation payment target in March to June 2015.
Environmental Issues:
CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation AMDAL and will be
submit to PMU/PPK/WB of April 2015
6.6.18

Package No.18: Mukomuko Bts. Sumbar

Social Issues:
Still no issues and concerns
Environmental Issues:
This package has been replace.
6.6.19

Package No.19: Lais - Bintunan

Social Issues:
Monitoring Reports of the LARAPs implementation have to be prepared and submitted for
review and for submission to World Bank.
Monitoring report for compensation payment of 262 from 379 is under submission process to
World Bank.
Environmental Issues:
CTC need to check the recommendations of UKL&UPL in the field for clearance of environmental
issues and will be integrated in to the design, the proposed schedule site visit on May 2015.
CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation UKL&UPL and will be
submit to PMU/PPK/WB of May 2015

6.6.20 Package No.20: Lubuk Alung Sicincin


Social Issues:
Implementation cost of LARAP to be included by Local Government in 2015 budget.
Environmental Issues:
CTC has been submit to PMU on 30 January 2015 the draft report Integration of UKL&UPL
recommendations in to the design

CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation UKL&UPL and will be
submit to PMU/PPK/WB of June 2015

6.6.21

Package No.21: Lubuk Alung Kuraitaji

Social Issues:
Implementation cost of LARAP to be included by Local Government in 2015 budget.
Environmental Issues:
CTC has been submit to PMU on 30 January 2015 the draft report Integartion of UKL&UPL
recommendations in to the design
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CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation UKL&UPL and will be
submit to PMU/PPK/WB of June 2015

6.7 Management Information System


We have finished developing of the new version of DMS (Document Management System)
applications. The DMS application consists of 4 programming modules, namely:
1. Letter Module
2. Document Module
3. Tools Module
4. User Module
Currently the new version of DMS application can be accessed via online at the URL address
http://dms.winrip-ibrd.com. We use web server of WINRIP as the final storage of files and
documents both of the DMS and File Storage.
And we have been doing tests for upload of data and documents. Furthermore, we will train
the supporting staff to use the DMS applications. Those who will manage and update
content of the DMS applications.

6.7.1 Rebuild The New File Storage Server


1) Background
Currently the WINRIP hosting server using a shared hosting on the ISPs (Internet Service
Provider) company. The total capacity is 20 GB of shared hosting. Then its used for the
WINRIP website, CHS applications, FMIS application and File Storage. All of them that has
spent capacity of the shared hosting. And until the end of Oktober 2014, the capacity of the
shared hosting is about 5 GB.
So we created a new File Storage server with a larger storage capacity that about 2 TB (equal
to 2,000 GB). This server is separate from the other websites and applications. And it build
on the external hard drive with bigger capacity.
Then we create a small file manager application to access the File Storage server through the
internet. Because previously we failed to build the cloud systems that use WD My Cloud
framework. The WD My Cloud framework using Java Applet that blocked by all internet
browser software. So the File Storage failed to open with the browser software.
2) Web Server on The WD My Book Live
The first stage is to create a File Storage to create a web server in the WD external hard
drive. Web server is useful to put the File Manager application so that it can be accessed
through the Internet.
The steps to create a web server on the WD external hard drive is as follows:
1. Create a domain name of localhost.
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2. Make settings of localhost.


3. Reload the Apache.
4. Running a web server.
3) Root Folder Structures
We did change the File Storage folder structure. Especially in the root folder. A preview of
changes in the root folder can be seen in the figure below.

Changed to

In the old folder structure in the left image, the root folder sorted by the type of documents
such as the Project Documents, Letters, Reports, etc. But there are duplicate folders use. For
example, a report file created by the CTC placed in the folder [03_REPORT] and also
[04_CTC]. This method is very inefficient.
Then we make changes to the new folder structure in the right image. The root folders are
sorted based on the WINRIP components, namely:
Component 1 abbreviated C1 is the root folder of Civil Works.
Component 2 abbreviated C2 is divided into 3 sub-components:
o Sub-component 2.1 abbreviated C2.1 is the root folder of PMU.
o Sub-component 2.2 abbreviated C2.2 is the root folder of CTC.
o Sub-component 2.3 abbreviated C2.3 is the root folder of DSC.
Component 3 abbreviated C3 is the root folder of Road Safety Environment.
Component 4 abbreviated C4 is the root folder of Disaster Management.
And all the data and files of documents placed in a sub-folder of each project component of
WINRIP. So there is no duplication of data and document files.
4) Installing The File Manager Application
The next step is to install the File Manager application into a web server that is already
running. We use the eXtplorer framework as a web-based File Manager application.
To install the File Manager application is quite easily. All of the eXtplorer framework source
code just is copied into DocumentRoot of the web server. Then File Manager application is
now online and running well.
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Log in page

File manager

5) Integration File Storage with DMS Application


We plan to combine and connect the File Storage with the DMS application. A description of
that linked can be seen in the following chart:

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All document files are saved in the File Storage. And information about the contents of the
document is saved in the DMS application. And the path location of the document file will be
stored in the database system of DMS applications. So between the File Storage and DMS
applications will be linked.

6.7.2 Re-developing of The Document Management System (DMS)


1. Background
For further handling that needs to be made an integrated database management system so
that all data can be stored properly. The database system has been prepared to store
all of WINRIP project information in a systematic, easily traceable, maintainable, and
manageable format.
2. Objectives
Saving the incoming and outgoing mail in a database system.
Storing an information of document file into database system.
Save soft files into the following folders automatically.
Create a document management system that more effective and efficient.
3. System Development Methodology
SYSTEM
ASSESSMENT

NEEDS
ANALYSIS

INTERFACE
DESIGN

PROCESS
ANALYSIS

FLOW CHART
DESIGN

DATABASE
ANALYSIS

DATABASE
DESIGN

MODULE
ANALYSIS

SYSTEM
ARCHITECTURE

FINALIZATION

IMPLEMENTATION

SYSTEM
DESIGN

CODE PROGRAMMING AND


TESTING SYSTEM

COMPLAINT TYPE, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEM


REQUIREMENTS

SYSTEM
ANALYSIS

4. System Assessment
The DMS is a web-based and online application. Then we need some of the following system
requirements:
NO.

SYSTEM

REQUIREMENT

Storage server

Web host of 50 GB capacity

Storage capacity

2 TB

Operating system

Linux

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NO.

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SYSTEM

REQUIREMENT

Web server

Apache web server

Database

MySQL

External IP Address

The DynDNS

5. System Analysis
1. Needs Analysis
NO.

NEEDS

RECOMMENDATION

Preparing The NAS


(Network Attached
Storage) system.
Installing Web Server.

Need to setting up the WD MyBookLive as the NAS


(Network Attached Storage) system.

3.

Installing Database
Server.

Setting up the MySQL server into the NAS system.

4.

External IP Address.

Provides the DynDNS as an external IP address to


access the DMS application via the internet.

1.

2.

Setting up the Apache web server into the NAS


system.

2. Process Analysis
Information system and processing documents are described through the following
scheme.

Explanation:

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The data sources are divided into 3 groups: Letters, Documents, and Soft
Files.
From the three of data sources are then made 4 main modules in the DMS
application, namely:
o Letter Module
o Document Module
o Tools Module
o User Module
Soft Files are saved in a following folder in the File Storage automatically.

6. System Design
1. Interface Design
Login page

Welcome page

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Add new Letter

Edit Letter

Add new Document

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2. Flow Chart Design


Flow chart of Letter Module

Explanation:
The letter data will be divided into 2 types, namely Incoming and Outgoing
letter.
When the letter data is inputted into the DMS database, then the letter file
is uploaded to the File Storage.
Data and files of letter can also be edited and removed.
Flow chart of Document Module
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Explanation:
The document data will be divided into several types.
When the document data is inputted into the DMS database, then the
document file is uploaded to the File Storage.
Data and files of document can also be edited and removed.
3. Database Design
Table: surat
No.

Column

Type

Extra

id_surat

int(5)

AUTO_INCREMENT

tipe_surat

varchar(50)

tanggal_surat

varchar(12)

tanggal_terima_surat

varchar(12)

pengirim_surat

int(5)

(id_stakeholder)

penerima_surat

int(5)

(id_stakeholder)

nomer_surat

varchar(50)

perihal_surat

varchar(255)

nama_file_surat

varchar(100)

Table: dokumen
No.

Column

Type

id_dokumen

int(5)

id_komponen

int(5)

id_tipe_dokumen

int(5)

id_kategori_dokumen

int(5)

tanggal_dokumen

varchar(12)

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Table: dokumen
No.

Column

Type

judul_dokumen

varchar(100)

deskripsi_dokumen

varchar(255)

pembuat_dokumen

int(5)

nama_file_dokumen

varchar(100)

10

path_dokumen

varchar(100)

Extra

(id_stakeholder)

Table: tipe_dokumen
No.

Column

Type

id_tipe_dokumen

int(5)

tipe_dokumen

varchar(100)

Extra

Lists of document type below:


1. amendment
2. addendum
3. aide_memoire
4. analysis
5. ded
6. document
7. contract
8. mom
9. pad
10. photo
11. pip
12. pmm
13. report
14. video
Table: kategori_dokumen
No.

Column

Type

id_kategori_dokumen

int(5)

kategori_dokumen

varchar(100)

Lists of document categories below:


1. environment
2. social
3. highway
4. rsa
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6.
7.
8.
9.

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procurement
qa
acap
mis
training

Table: komponen
No.

Column

Type

id_komponen

int(5)

nomor_komponen

varchar(10)

nama_komponen

varchar(100)

path_komponen

varchar(255)

Extra
AUTO_INCREMENT

Table: surkom
No.

Column

Type

id_surkom

int(5)

id_surat

int(5)

id_komponen

int(5)

Extra
AUTO_INCREMENT

Table: stakeholder
No.

Column

Type

id_stakeholder

int(5)

nama_stakeholder

varchar(255)

singkatan_stakeholder

varchar(50)

Extra
AUTO_INCREMENT

Table: pengguna
No.

Column

Type

Id_pengguna

int(5)

nama_lengkap

varchar(255)

username

varchar(100)

password

varchar(100)

level

int(5)

email

varchar(255)

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6.8 Quality Assurance


In January no site visit journey undertaken by Quality Assurance Engineer, problems
that occur in the field are reported based on reports received from SE/field team which
are to be solved as soon as possible.
Package No. 1 : Biha Krui
Cash flour of contractor is inadequate
Contract of still have no permit to setup the base camp and missing license from quarry still
not issued yet by the local government.
Package No. 2 : Padang Sawah Simpang Empat
Production or delivery of RCPs and construction of reinforced concrete U ditches are too
late.
Production of aggregates for road widening and granular pavement has been stopped due to
quarrys UKL/UPL is not yet approved.
Asphalt mixing plant often out of order.
Constructions of Air Gadang Bridge have not yet started.
Package No. 3 : Manggopoh Padang Sawah
Asphalt mixing plant often out of order.
Inadequate number of unit of dump truck
Package No. 4 : Ipuh Bantal
Huge negative slippage
Mismanagement between lead contractor and the joint operation partner.
Activities of the Quality Assurance Engineer are shown in Appendix D.

6.9 Project Risks and Mitigation Measures


6.9.1

Risks Related to Delays


Since the detailed engineering design (DED) is under responsibility of the Design and
Supervision Consultant (DSC), delay on DSC establishment affected to the procurement of
AWP-2 and AWP-3 sub-projects. As discussed previously above, the DED of several
subprojects of WP-2 and WP-3 were prepared and completed by respective P2JN. The CTC
has then been instructed by DGH to review the DEDs of seven packages completed by the
P2JNs (package 5, 6, 11, 13, 15, 17 and 19).

6.9.2

Financial Risks
The following factors will be monitored during implementation of the loan project.

Loan Amount
Actual Tender Prices
Price Adjustment
Currency Fluctuation
Current Estimated Situation

No risk was detected until preparation of this report, however CTC prepared revised cost
estimates in anticipation of future cost claims to cover contract price escalations and
variation orders. A revised factor from 10% have been reduced to 5% for both additional
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cost components is applied on the original cost.


6.9.3

Risks Related to Quality


The quality of work is inherently tied to the competence of the Contractors and the diligence
of the Supervision Teams. The competence or otherwise of contractors shall be considered
at the time of bid evaluation and prior to the award of any contract.
The quality of supervision however is influenced by the following factors:

Ensuring that supervision staff levels are fully manned with competent, honest,
qualified and experienced personnel.

The provision of properly equipped laboratories with properly trained operators for
each package.

Package supervision comes under the responsibilities of the immediate supervision teams
and the relevant DSC but the Quality Assurance Engineer from CTC.
Until now, the performance have not been reported by the Quality Assurance Engineer from
CTC, because the quality assurance no information from DSC.

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7.1

February 2015

ISSUES and RECOMMENDATIONS


Current Situation

The main issues during this month of February 2015 are as follows:
a) The slow progress of procurement proceedings.
b) Provisions for additional funds to cover claims for contract escalations and expected
variation orders.
c) The official approval of the Revised Project Management Manual (PMM).
d) The big negative slippage (behind schedule) of three (3) on-going construction subprojects.
e) Finalization of documentation documents by POKJA for the award and contract signing of
agreement between Government of Indonesia and the winning bidder for Package No.5
(Sp. Rampa Poriaha).
f) Delayed land acquisition and compensation payments of Project Affected People (PAP) in
two (2) sub-projects. There are 2,564 affected people in Package 13
(Sp. Rukis Tj.Kemuning) and in Package 17 (Sp. Gunung Kemala Pugung Tampak)
1,885 persons are affected. Contract Agreements between GOI and the two (2) winning
bidders have already been signed, but Notice To Proceed (NTP) to commence the works
cannot be issued due to the uncleared Right of Ways (ROW).
g) Delayed action in processing the justification of the Field Engineering for the four (4) ongoing construction packages (Packages 1, 2, 3 and 4)

7.2

Actions Required
a) The main cause of the delay in procurement is attributed to the flow of communication
between POKJA, PMU, CTC and the World Bank in finalizing the procurement
documents. To minimize or totally eliminate the delays in securing Banks concurrence
and issuance of No Objection Letter (NOL), special meeting shall be held regularly among
all concerned to discuss each comments and suggestions which are to be incorporated in
any documents prior to formally submitting to the Bank.
b) As the budgets for the price escalation and expected variation orders were not included
in the original cost estimates, PMU shall discuss this matter with the higher authorities to
request fund allocation or request the World Bank that the funds to cover the additional
cost will be charged against the unallocated funds of the original loan amount.
c) As there are now four (4) on-going civil works contract packages under construction and
sooner another seven (7) civil works contracts will be implemented, the Revised Project
Management Manual (PMM) shall be formally approved. Although the Revised PMM has
been already disseminated to all concerned parties, official approval is needed prior to
furnishing copy to the World Bank.
d) Three (3) of the four (4) on-going construction packages were on critical stage due to big
negative progress slippages. To be on schedule or reduce the negative slippage to a
manageable level, Design Supervision Consultant (DSC) shall closely monitor, preferably
on a weekly basis, the Contractors progress output, Contractors shall prepare a CatchUp Schedule on how to completed the remaining works within available contract time
left.

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The situation is too alarming due to the huge value of remaining works that are still to be
done with just only less than 50% of the contract time left.
e) Procurement Committee (BALAI Medan) have to expedite the processing of the
documents to avoid further extension of the bid validity period.
f)

Concerned authorities in the acquisition of the road right of way shall expedite the
process with the intervention of DGH to accelerate the LARAP implementation.
We suggest that the compensation payment scheme shall be scheduled or concentrated
in a continuous strip leaving no unsettled affected area along the stretch in order to
attain a substantial stretch of fully cleared Right of Ways (ROW) and a strip map shall be
prepared for any substantially completed stretch. In the event that there is already an
available substantially cleared length of the road, a request letter shall be written to the
World Bank to interpose no objection to a partial or sectional turnover of the stretch of
the road to the Contractor.

g) DSC and Contractors shall constantly follow-up with the authorities concerned the early
approval of the Field Engineering. To date, not even one (1) Field Engineering had been
finalized and approved.

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CORRESPONDENCES
During the period the CTC received and issued letters. Lists of letters received and issued are
shown in Appendix J.

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Table of Contents
1

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY............................................................................................................ 1-1


1.1 Current Implementation Situation.......................................................................................................1-1
1.2 Disbursement..........................................................................................................................................1-3
1.3 World Bank Implementation Review Mission and Site Visit...............................................................1-4
1.4 Procurement of Civil Works Contract Under Category 1 of the Loan Agreement...........................1-4
1.6 Consolidated Update of the Progress of the Project ...........................................................................1-8

PROJECT DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................................... 2-1


2.1 Background.............................................................................................................................................2-1
2.2 Project Development.............................................................................................................................2-1
2.3 Project Objective ......................................................................................................................................2-5

CONSULTANCY SERVICES ........................................................................................................... 3-1


3.1 CTC Consultants ......................................................................................................................................3-1
3.1.1 Scope of Services..........................................................................................................................3-1
3.1.2 CTC Manning ...............................................................................................................................3-2
3.1.3

CTC Contract................................................................................................................................3-4

3.2 DSC Consultants.....................................................................................................................................3-5


3.3 Technical Assistance for Capacity Building for Disaster Risks Reduction........................................3-6
4

CIVIL WORKS............................................................................................................................ 4-1


4.1 Detailed Design Preparation...................................................................................................................4-1
4.2 Procurements ............................................................................................................................................4-2
4.3 Civil Works Implementation ...................................................................................................................4-2
4.4 Civil Works Progress.................................................................................................................................4-3
4.5 Quality Assurance.....................................................................................................................................4-6
4.6 Environmental and Social Considerations.............................................................................................4-6
4.6.1 Current Overall Situation............................................................................................................4-6
4.6.2 Environmental and Social Issues................................................................................................4-7
4.7 Anti Corruption Issues..........................................................................................................................4-16
4.7.1 AntiCorruption Action Plan (ACAP)...........................................................................................4-16
4.7.2 Community Representative Observers (CRO) ..........................................................................4-16
4.7.3 Publication / Disclosure...............................................................................................................4-17
4.7.4 Complaints Handling Mechanism (CHS)....................................................................................4-18
4.7.5 Third Party Monitoring (TPM) ....................................................................................................4-19
4.8 Road Safety Audit ...............................................................................................................................4-19

FINANCIAL & MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS.......................................................... 5-1


5.1 DrawDowns and Future Costs..............................................................................................................5-1

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

5.2 Disbursement..........................................................................................................................................5-1
5.3. Management Information System ......................................................................................................5-1
5.3.1. General Overview........................................................................................................................5-1
5.3.2. Database ......................................................................................................................................5-2
6

PROJECT PERFORMANCE ........................................................................................................ 6-1


6.1 World Bank and GOI Compliance ........................................................................................................6-1
6.1.1

World Bank Missions ..................................................................................................................6-1

6.1.2 Agreed Key Actions and Mission Plans during Recent World Bank Visit................................6-1
6.1.3 Performance Indicators ..............................................................................................................6-3
6.2 Implementation Support Components...............................................................................................6-3
6.2.1 Core Team Consultant (CTC) ......................................................................................................6-3
6.2.2 Design and Supervision Consultant (DSC).................................................................................6-4
6.2.3 Road Sector Institutional Development....................................................................................6-4
6.3 TRAINING TO SUPPORT PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION ........................................................................6-5
6.4 AntiCorruption Issues .............................................................................................................................6-7
6.4.1 Anti-Corruption Action Plan (ACAP) ..........................................................................................6-7
6.4.2 Community Representative Observers (CRO) ..........................................................................6-8
6.4.3 Third Party Monitoring (TPM)....................................................................................................6-9
6.4.4 Complaint Handling System (CHS).............................................................................................6-9
6.4.5. Publication/Disclosures...............................................................................................................6-10
6.4.6. Action Plan for Next Months ....................................................................................................6-11
6.5 Road Safety Audit ................................................................................................................................6-11
6.5.1 Activities during This Month (January 2015) ..........................................................................6-11
6.5.2 Current status of the project for technical field as of January 2015. .......................................6-11
6.6 Environmental and Social Impact Issues...........................................................................................6-14
6.7 Management Information System.......................................................................................................6-19
6.8 Quality Assurance...................................................................................................................................6-30
6.9 Project Risks and Mitigation Measures ...............................................................................................6-30
6.9.1

Risks Related to Delays .............................................................................................................6-30

6.9.2 Financial Risks ............................................................................................................................6-30


6.9.3 Risks Related to Quality ............................................................................................................6-31
7

ISSUES and RECOMMENDATIONS .......................................................................................... 7-1


7.1 Current Situation ...................................................................................................................................7-1
7.2 Actions Required....................................................................................................................................7-1

CORRESPONDENCES ............................................................................................................... 8-1

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS


ACAP

Anti Corruption Action Plan

AER

Application Evaluation Report

AIP

Australian Indonesia Partnership

AMDAL

Environmental Management (Analisis Mengenai Dampak


Lingkungan)

ANDAS

Analisis Dampak Sosial

AWPs

Annual Work Programs

Balai

Regional Office for National Roads Implementation

BAPPENAS

Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional (National


Development Planning Agency of GOI)

Bappedalda

Regional Environmental Impact Agencies

BBPJN

Balai Besar Pelaksanaan Jalan Nasional (Regional Office for


National Roads Implementation)

BER

Bid Evaluation Report

BLH

Badan Lingkungan Hidup

BPK

Badan Pemeriksaan Keuangan (Audit Board of the Government


of Indonesia)

CAD

Computer Aided Design

CHS

Complaint Handling System

CTC

Core Team Consultant

CHU

Complaint Handling Unit

CRO

Community Representative Observer ( = WPM)

DIA

Directorate of Implementing Affairs

DOP

Directorate of Planning

DGH

Directorate General of Highways

DMS

Document Management System

DTA

Directorate of Technical Affairs

DMS

Document Management System

DSC

Design and Supervision Consultants

EA

Executing Agency

EINRIP

Eastern Indonesian National Roads Improvement Project

EIRTP-1

Eastern Indonesia Regional Transport Project First Project

ESAMP

Environmental and Social Assessment Plan

ESS

Environmental and Social Safeguards

FMIS

Financial Management Information System

FIDIC

Federation Internationale des Ingenieur Conseils

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

FMIS

Financial Management Information System

GIS

Geographic Information System

GOI

Government of Indonesia

IA

Implementation Agency

IBRD

International Bank for Reconstruction and Development

IFR

Internal Financial Report

IRMS

Integrated Road Management System

Kabupaten

Regency

KPIs

Key Performance Indicators

KPPN

Kantor Pelayanan Perbendaharaan Negara (Indonesian: State


Treasury Service Office)

LAN

Local Area Network

LARAP

Land Acquisition and Resettlement (Rencana Tindak Pengadaan


Tanah dan Pemukiman Kembali)

MIS

Management Information System

MOF

Ministry of Finance

MPW

Ministry of Public Work

MPRs

Monthly Progress Reports

P2JN

Perencanaan Pengawasan Jalan dan Jembatan Nasional

PDF

Portable Document Format

PMU

Project Management Unit

PAPs

Project Affected Peoples

PMM

Project Management Manual

PMU

Project Management Unit (WINRIP)

POKJA

Bina Marga Project Managers and Procurement Committes

PPC

Project Preparation Consultants

PP3

Pemantau Pihak ke 3

PPK

Sub Project Manager

PPR

Project Progress Report

QPRs

Quarterly Progress Reports

RKL/RPL

Rencana Pengelolaan/Pemantauan Lingkungan

RS

Road Safety

Satker

Satuan Kerja (Work Unit for Road Project Implementation)

SPPL

Surat Pernyataan Pengelolaan Lingkungan

SRIP

Strategic Road Infrastructure Project

TA

Technical Assistance

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

TOR

Terms of Reference

UKL/UPL

Upaya Pengelolaan Lingkungan / Upaya Pemantauan Lingkungan


(Site Specific Environmental and Monitoring Plan)

WINRIP

Western Indonesia Roads Improvement Project

WB

World Bank

WP

Work Program

WPs

Works Programs

WPM

Wakil Pengamat dari Masyarakat (or Community Representative


Observer / CRO )

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Monthly Progress Report

APPENDICES
Appendix A

Overall Loan Progress

Appendix B

Highway Design Progress

Appendix C

Financial Progress

Appendix D

Quality Assurance Progress

Appendix E

Environmental and Social Progress

Appendix F

Procurement Plan and Progress

Appendix G

WINRIP Website Progress

Appendix H

ACAP Training/Dissemination Progress

Appendix I

Performance Indicator

Appendix J

Correspondences

Annex P-1

Package No. 1

Annex P-2

Package No. 2

Annex P-3

Package No. 3

Annex P-4

Package No. 4

ANNEXES

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

February 2015

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

ANNEXES
Annex P-1 : Package No. 1
Annex P-2 : Package No. 2
Annex P-3 : Package No. 3
Annex P-4 : Package No. 4

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

ANNEX P-1

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT


MONTH :
PROJECT DATA

SUMMARY OF WORK PROGRESS

Name

PT JAYA KONSTRUKSI MP, Tbk


RENARDET S.A JV
8-Jan-14
9-Oct-15

MAJOR PROBLEMS

64.53%

Scheduled Progress (%)


Actual Overall Progress (%)
Balance (%)
Progress This Month (%)

31-Dec-14
Status date
22,254,343,915.00
Accumulative Rp.
*) Include advance payment

134,909,211,000.00

I
II
III

General
Drainage
Earthworks

IV

Pavement Widening &


Shoulders

V
VI
VII

Granular Pavement
Asphalt Pavement
Structures
Reinstatement &
VIII
Minor Works
IX Day Work
X

Routine Maintenance
Works
TOTAL

Comp
Total
%

Add.1
Total
%

Accum
Last
Month

Actual
this
Month

Accum
to this
Month

Accum
Sch to this
Month

2.10
6.60
2.91

1.82
0.65
3.19

8.25
34.19
3.95

7.22
23.78
6.56

1.47

0.94

9.22
40.14
1.09

7.04
46.76
5.36

2.20
4.86
2.16

(0.25)
(0.42)
0.53

1.94
4.44
2.69

7.04
20.99
1.17

1.20

1.91

0.15

(0)

0.13

0.13

0.14

0.12

0.08

0.36

0.32

0.25

(0.02)

0.23

0.23

100.00

100.00

18.71

2.32

21.04

35.31

2.39
3.71
3.00

- Find out another aggregate supplier

16.50%

PROGRESS SCHEDULE
PACKAGE #01

(0.29)
2.88
(0.09)
-

100
90
80
70
PHYSICAL PROGRES (%)

Description

- Condacted Show Cause Meeting with contractor


decision maker to find out the main problem
- PPK should be clarified to the local government

- Basecamp location permit has not been issued yet by


local government
- Insufficsent supply of aggregate for base course &
asphalt concrete
- Shortage of labor

PHYSICAL WORK PROGRESS BY CATEGORY


Div

ACTION TO BE TAKEN

- Inadequate Contractor cashflow

35.31
21.04
-14.27
2.32

DISBURSEMENT *)

640
Rp.

February 25, 2015

413

Time Elapsed (%)

AMOUNT

SUPARJONO, ST,MT

Project Manager
Contractor
Supervision Consultant
Commencement Date
Take Over Date
Time for Complation (Days)
Addendum-1
Contract Amount
Contract Amount Add-1 (+ PPN)

PROGRESS STATUS

Time Elapsed (Days)

TIME

01
BIHA - KRUI

Package No.

Feb-15

60
50
40

Original Sch

30

Revised Sch

20

Actual

10
0

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

THE MONTH OF TIME FOR COMPLATION


PHYSICAL PROGRESS MONITORING TABLE
Year
Month
The month of time for complation
Original Progress Schedul (%)
Rivised Progress Schedul Add.1 (%)
Actual Progress (%)
Balance (%)

2014
Jan
1
0.22
0.10
(0.12)

Feb
2
0.87

Mar
3
1.69

Apr
4
5.62

May
5
11.11

2015

Jun
6
18.06

Jul
7
24.50

Aug
8
31.58

Sep
9
38.99

Oct
10
46.36

Nov
11
52.53

Dec
12
60.68

Jan
13
67.46

Feb
14

31.90

35.31

0.58
(0.29)

0.79
(0.90)

1.59
(4.03)

2.93
(8.18)

3.71
(14.35)

4.79
(19.71)

5.98
(25.60)

8.60
(30.39)

11.28
(35.08)

12.62
(39.91)

16.08
(44.60)

18.71
(48.75)

21.04
(14.27)

0.48

0.21

0.80

1.34

0.78

1.08

1.19

2.62

2.68

1.34

3.46

2.63

2.32

Mar
15
40.53

Apr
16
47.72

May
17
56.69

Jun
18
65.59

Jul
19
75.18

Aug
20

Sep
21

84.21

94.42

Oct
22
100.00

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ANNEX P-2

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT


MONTH :
PROJECT DATA

SUMMARY OF WORK PROGRESS

PADANG SAWAH-SIMPANG EMPAT

Name
Contractor
Supervision Consultant

PT JAYA KONSTRUKSI MP, Tbk


RENARDET S.A JV

Commencement Date

6-Jan-14

Take Over Date

5-Jan-16

Time for Complation (Days)

MAJOR PROBLEMS

44.25

Balance (%)

-11.88

Progress This Month (%)

6.68

DISBURSEMENT *)
197,936,699,000.00

31-Dec-14
51,471,114,630

Accumulative Rp.

*)

Contract Amount Add-1 (+ PPN)

26.00%

General

II

Drainage

III
IV

Earthworks
Pavement Widening &
Shoulders
Granular Pavement

Comp
Total
%

Accum
Last
Month

Actual
this
Month

Accum
to this
Month

Accum
Sch to this
Month

10.46

4.69

5.41

7.340

3.53

2.95

3.01

3.530

4.44

3.77

3.95

4.431

2.26

10.49

11.45

1.06

12.51

7.877

Asphalt Pavement

52.09

9.96

1.77

11.73

20.359

Structures
Reinstatement & Minor
VIII
Works
IX Day Work
Routine Maintenance
X
Works
TOTAL

14.35

6.28

(0)

6.28

11.942

1.65

0.96

0.96

0.162

V
VI
VII

0.12

0.00

0.069

0.62

0.36

0.04

0.40

0.424

100.00

40.41

3.84

44.25

56.135

PROGRESS SCHEDULE
PACKAGE #02
100
90
80
PHYSICAL PROGRES (%)

Description

- Contractor is preparing RCP's mold


- Contractor added 1 fleet equipment for each
drainage work,road widenng, pave agregate and
stone crusher
- Shall be maintained regularly
- Mobilization for bridge construction

Include advance payment

PHYSICAL WORK PROGRESS BY CATEGORY


Div

ACTION TO BE TAKEN

- Contractor has late to produce RCP & U-ditch work


- Road widening & granular pavement are late to do
due to agregate production stopped cause of quary's
UKL/UPL not approved yet
- Frequent breakdown of AMP
- Type of bridge foundation is not finalized yet
- Field Eng & Technical justification of variant order
not finilzed yet

56.13

Actual Overall Progress (%)

Status date
Rp.

February 25, 2015

56.85%

Scheduled Progress (%)

730

Addendum-1
Contract Amount

415

Time Elapsed (%)

AMOUNT

Project Manager

PROGRESS STATUS

Time Elapsed (Days)

TIME

02

Package No.

Feb-15

70
60
50
40

Schedule

30

Actual

20
10
0

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

THE MONTH OF TIME FOR COMPLATION

PHYSICAL PROGRESS MONITORING TABLE


2014

Year
Month
The month of time for complation
Original Progress Schedul (%)
Actual Progress (%)
Balance (%)

Jan
0.45

2015

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

0.90

2.20

3.45

33.56

38.81

44.72

50.52

56.13

62.58

69.25

73.65

79.35

82.91

85.94

90.59

93.85

97.89

7.17

13.58

17.48

20.63

27.88

0.13

1.02

2.19

4.11

5.96

9.69

13.85

22.55

25.61

31.45

33.73

40.41

(0.45)

(0.77)

(1.17)

(1.26)

(3.07)

(7.62)

(7.80)

(6.78)

(5.33)

(7.95)

(7.36)

(10.99)

(10.11)

(11.88)

0.89

1.17

1.91

1.86

3.72

4.17

8.69

3.07

5.84

2.28

6.68

3.84

Dec
24
100.00

44.25
38.29

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ANNEX P-3

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT


MONTH :
PROJECT DATA

SUMMARY OF WORK PROGRESS

MANGGOPOH - PADANG SAWAH

Name
Contractor
Supervision Consultant

PT JAYA KONSTRUKSI MP, Tbk


RENARDET S.A JV

Commencement Date

6-Jan-14

Take Over Date

5-Jan-16

Time for Complation (Days)

MAJOR PROBLEMS

Actual Overall Progress (%)

30.11

Balance (%)

-28.56

Progress This Month (%)

1.00

31-Dec-14
33,493,661,044.00

Status date
143,688,963,000.00

Accumulative Rp.

*)

Contract Amount Add-1 (+ PPN)

23.31%

Include advance payment

PHYSICAL WORK PROGRESS BY CATEGORY


Description

Comp
Total
%

Accum
Last
Month

Actual
this
Month

Accum
to this
Month

General

10.21

1.63

1.63

5.01

II

Drainage

13.17

6.44

(0.15)

6.29

12.49

3.04

4.64

(1.44)

3.20

3.04

III
IV

Earthworks
Pavement Widening &
Shoulders
Granular Pavement

2.45
11.27

5.68

1.36

7.04

7.44

55.81

7.61

1.18

8.79

29.07

Structures
Reinstatement & Minor
VIII
Works
IX Day Work
Routine Maintenance
X
Works
TOTAL

0.80

2.31

0.01

2.32

0.80

2.27

0.19

0.19

0.14

0.22

0.10

0.10

0.13

0.76

0.51

0.04

0.55

0.55

100.00

29.11

1.00

30.11

58.67

VII

100
90
80

Asphalt Pavement

V
VI

Need additional team work

PROGRESS SCHEDULE
PACKAGE #03

Accum
Sch to this
Month

PHYSICAL PROGRES (%)

Div

ACTION TO BE TAKEN

Need improvement of equipment management


Need additional dumptruck
Need additional dumptruck

- AMP often broken


- Shotage of dumptruck
- Insuffisient supply of agregate for base course &
asphalt concrete
- Shortage of labor for drainage work
- Contractor's basecamp was closed by loccal gov.
in several days due to misinterpretation of regulation
- Field Eng & Technical justification of variant order
not finilzed yet

58.67

DISBURSEMENT *)

Addendum-1
Rp.

February 25, 2015

56.85%

Scheduled Progress (%)

730

Contract Amount

415

Time Elapsed (%)

AMOUNT

Project Manager

PROGRESS STATUS

Time Elapsed (Days)

TIME

03

Package No.

Feb-15

Note :

70
60
50
40
30

Schedule

20

Actual

10
0

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

THE MONTH OF TIME FOR COMPLATION

PHYSICAL PROGRESS MONITORING TABLE


2014

Year
Month

2015

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

The month of time for complation

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

Schedl Progress Original (%)

0.26

1.00

1.67

4.78

7.45

30.10

36.95

44.01

51.62

58.67

65.63

73.03

79.97

87.04

91.61

93.19

94.30

95.76

97.82

100.00

0.24

0.48

2.07

2.43

2.87

5.45

(0.02)

(0.52)

0.40

(0.02)

(1.91)

(2.00)

0.24

1.59

0.36

0.44

2.58

0.25

Actual Progress (%)


Balance (%)

2.45

10.70

14.27

21.53

5.70

7.01

12.43

14.45

19.30

24.38

29.11

30.11

(5.00)

(7.26)

(9.10)

(15.65)

(17.65)

(19.63)

(22.51)

(28.56)

1.31

5.42

2.02

4.85

5.08

4.73

1.00

Dec

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ANNEX P-4

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT


MONTH :
PROJECT DATA

SUMMARY OF WORK PROGRESS

Project Manager

ENDRO KUSUMOJOYO, ST.MT

Contractor
Supervision Consultant

PT WASKITA KARYA - PT DAYA JO


RENARDET S.A JV

Commencement Date

10-Jan-14

Take Over Date

9-Jan-16

Time for Complation (Days)

AMOUNT

February 25, 2015

56.30%

Scheduled Progress (%)

MAJOR PROBLEMS

21.76

Balance (%)

-33.85

Progress This Month (%)

7.97

DISBURSEMENT *)
186,936,750,000.00

31-Dec-14
29,301,697,422.00

Accumulative Rp.

*)

Contract Amount Add-1 (+ PPN)

15.67%

Include advance payment

PROGRESS SCHEDULE
PACKAGE #04

PHYSICAL WORK PROGRESS BY CATEGORY


Description

Accum
Last
Month

Actual
this
Month

Accum
to this
Month

Accum
Sch to this
Month

7.59

0.61

0.01

0.62

0.62

12.26

1.03

0.66

1.69

9.76

3.58

0.54

0.31

0.85

3.13

3.39

18.07

8.04

0.65

8.69

12.69

Asphalt Pavement

49.27

2.74

5.95

8.70

24.30

Structures
Reinstatement & Minor
VIII
Works
IX Day Work
Routine Maintenance
X
Works
TOTAL

2.55

0.61

0.34

0.95

2.42

2.95

0.12

0.04

0.17

1.71

General

II

Drainage

III

Earthworks
Pavement Widening &
Shoulders
Granular Pavement

VI

IV

VII

0.14

0.06

0.20

0.09

0.01

0.10

0.16

100.00

13.79

7.97

21.76

54.85

100
90
80
70
PHYSICAL PROGRES (%)

Div

Comp
Total
%

ACTION TO BE TAKEN

- Field Eng & Technical justification of variant order


not finilzed yet

55.61

Actual Overall Progress (%)

Status date
Rp.

411

Time Elapsed (%)

730

Addendum-1
Contract Amount

PROGRESS STATUS

Time Elapsed (Days)

TIME

Name

04
IPUH - BANTAL

Package No.

Feb-15

60
50
40

Schedule

30

Note :

Actual

20
10
0

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

THE MONTH OF TIME FOR COMPLATION

PHYSICAL PROGRESS MONITORING TABLE


2014

Year
Month

2015

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

The month of time for complation

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

Schedl Progress Original (%)

0.11

0.32

0.75

32.76

40.88

47.93

55.61

63.45

70.19

77.04

81.55

84.79

90.84

94.62

97.05

98.80

100.00

Actual Progress (%)


Balance (%)

1.14

6.57

10.29

12.85

15.81

20.08

24.22

0.18

0.40

0.53

0.56

0.78

0.87

1.45

8.10

9.35

13.79

21.76

(0.14)

(0.35)

(0.61)

(6.01)

(9.51)

(11.98)

(14.36)

3.73
(16.35)

5.35

(0.11)

(18.88)

(24.66)

(31.53)

(34.14)

(33.85)

0.22

0.13

0.03

0.22

0.09

0.58

2.27

1.62

2.76

1.25

4.44

7.97

Dec

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT Feb 2015_2230FF.xlsx ExSum P-4

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

Appendix A
Overall Loan Progress

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Appendix - A

OVERALL PROGRESS STATUS

WESTERN INDONESIA NATIONAL ROADS IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (WINRIP)


IBRD LOAN No. 8043-ID
28 February 2015

Category

1.A
1.A1

Description

Proc.
Method

Responsibility

Starting
Date

Estimated
Completion
Date

Total
Man-Month
(Excl. the
Supp. Staff)

Betterment and Capacity


Expansion of National
Roads
AWP-1

ICB

DGH

8-Jan-14

9-Oct-15

6-Jan-14

5-Jan-16

1.A3

6-Jan-14

5-Jan-16

1.A4

10-Jan-14

9-Jan-16

1.A2

1.B

Contractor(s) or
Consultant(s)
Name

AWP-2 and AWP-3

ICB & NCB

DGH

1. Krui-Biha (PT. Jaya Konstruksi)


2. Pd. Sawah-Sp. Empat
(PT.Jaya Konstruksi)
3. Manggopoh-Pd. Sawah
(PT. Jaya Konstruksi)
4. Ipuh-Bantal (PT. Waskita Karya)

Contract Value/Budget
Total ( WB + GOI )

Est. Budget
WB + GOI
(PIP)

Original

(USD, Excl.VAT)

(Excl. VAT)

PROGRESS

Planned

Revised (Excl. VAT)


Amendment No. 1

Amendment No. 2

Actual

Balance

Physical

Man-Month

Physical

Man-Month

Physical

Man-Month

(%)

( MM )

(%)

( MM )

(%)

( MM )

Remarks

308,730,000.00

$116,376,065.58

81,630,000.00

$57,821,551.95
$11,757,337.74

35.31%

21.04%

-14.27%

On - Going Construction

$17,250,183.32

56.13%

42.25%

-11.88%

On - Going Construction

$12,522,493.13

58.67%

30.11%

-28.56%

On - Going Construction

$16,291,537.76

55.61%

21.76%

-33.85%

On - Going Construction

227,100,000.00

17. Sp. Gunung Kemala - Pg. Tampak


(PT. Jaya Konstruksi)
11. Bantal - Mukomuko
(PT. Hutama Karya)
13. Sp. Rukis - Tj. Kemuning
(PT. Waskita Karya)

In USD

$58,554,513.73
$16,335,263.93

Form 384 issued by World Bank, for issuance of NTP

$18,765,198.80

Form 384 issued by World Bank, for issuance of NTP

$23,454,051.00

Form 384 issued by World Bank, for issuance of NTP


1 Packages: BER with NOL. Contract signing still to be
executed
2 Packages: Bid Evaluation Report (BER) on going Finalization
1 Packages: On tendering period
4 Packages: DED drawings a waiting issuance of No Objection
Letter (NOL) from World Bank
4 Packages: DED drawings on-going final review by BALAI II
2 Packages: Proposed to be deleted

1.C
2

Contingency

DGH

6,170,000.00
16,000,000.00

Implementation Support

2.A

Core Team Consultants (CTC)

QCBS

DGH

6-Nov-12

15-Feb-16

PT. Perentjana Djaja


Joint Venture with
Yongma Engineering Co.Ltd.
PT. Epadascon Permata

2.B

Design & Superv. Consultants

QCBS

DGH

19-Jun-13

18-Nov-16

Renardet S.A.
Joint Venture with
PT Cipta Strada
PT. Daya Creasi Mitrayasa
PT. Seecons
PT. Yodya Karya

2.C

Incremental Operating Cost


Including Technical Audits

Varies

PMU

3
3.A

NCB

DGH

Contingency for Disaster


Risk Response

DGH

Unallocated

DGH

Total

5,000,000.00

$1,276,700.00
Rp21,415,400,000.00
Or US$ equivalent total :
$3,512,681.91

1,068

10,000,000.00

$820,600.00
Rp51,818,705,000.00
Or US$ equivalent total :
$6,465,729.72

$1,315,925.00
Rp22,426,175,000
25-Oct-13
$3,641,077.48

$1,371,925.00
Rp22,458,676,500
3-Sep-14

212.95

187.95

25.00

Supporting PMU.

42.33

36.33

-6.00

Design preparation (package #7, #8, #10 and #12).

1,000,000.00
1,000,000.00

Road Sector Institutional


Development
Capacity Building for
Disaster Risks Reduction

556

1,000,000.00

TOR has been finalized

18,100,000.00

343,830,000.00

126,354,477.31

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

Appendix B
Highway Design Progress

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Appendix B. Road Safety Audit Progresss (Feb 2015)

Road Safety at Design Stage


Link No
Group

Pkg
No.

Length
(km)

Name of Sub-project

Biha - Krui

Old (2004)

New (2009)

17.053.0

17.027.0

25.00

Width
(m)

Estimated
Cost /
Excl.VAT
(mil. RP)

163,535

Status

Padangsawah - Simpangempat

06.047.2

06.021.0

40.90

228,772

Manggopoh -Padangsawah

06.047.1

06.022.0

32.00

167,678

Ipuh - Bantal

13.051.1

13.003

42.40

247,105

Presentation &
Discussion

Submission of Report (
RSA / RSE Review)
Site Visiting

Submission of
Report

Road Safety Audit


Site Visiting

Presentation & Submission of


Discussion
Report

Total Process
(%)

Remark

60%

1. No Road Safety Audit at Design Stage.


2. Road Safety Engineering Review by CTC
3. Monitoring of Traffic Management & Safety by CTC

No

60%

1. No Road Safety Audit at Design Stage.


2. Road Safety Engineering Review by CTC
3. Monitoring of Traffic Management & Safety by CTC

No

60%

1. No Road Safety Audit at Design Stage.


2. Road Safety Engineering Review by CTC
3. Monitoring of Traffic Management & Safety by CTC

No

60%

1. No Road Safety Audit at Design Stage.


2. Road Safety Engineering Review by CTC
3. Monitoring of Traffic Management & Safety by CTC

13-Nov-14

29-Dec-14

13-Nov-14

29-Dec-14

9-Oct-14

9-Oct-14

Process
Date

Full-Review

No

Process
Date

Site Visting

Process
Date

WP-1

Post-Review

Process
Date

Road Safety at Constrcuction Stage


Traffic Mgmt & Safety

13-Nov-14

29-Dec-14

Process

Sp.Rampa Poriaha

xx.xxx.x

03.075.0

9.7

152,870
Date

PS.Pedati - Kerkap

13.010.0

13.009.0

20.88

92,127

Indrapura Tapan

06.019.0

06.34.0

19.50

175,812

Bts.Pariaman Manggopoh

06.24.0

06.23.0

46.80

374,647

Sp.Empat Sp. Air Balam

06.034.1

06.020.0

61.70

511,375

Bantal - Mukomuko

13.015.2

13.002.0

50.10

246,500

Kambang Indrapura

06.17.2

06.033.0

45.20

438,675

SP.Rukis - TJ.Kemuning

13.006.0

13.021.0

56.30

316,304.8

Painan Kambang

06.017.1

06.032.0

31.50

118,993

27-Sep-13

50%

Technical Review & RSA


by CTC

50%

Technical Review & RSA


by CTC

50%

1. Technical Advisory Report by CTC, Sept 2013


2. Road Safety Audit by Dit. EA & RS, May 2014
3. Result of Highway and RSA Final Review by CTC, Nov 2014

Road Safety Audit Process by Dit. EA & RS, May 2014


24-Oct-13

27-Sep-13

50%

1. Technical Advisory Report by CTC, Sept 2013


2. Road Safety Audit by Dit. EA & RS, May 2014
3. Result of Highway and RSA Final Review by CTC, Nov 2014

50%

1. Technical Advisory Report by CTC, Sept 2013


2. Road Safety Audit by Dit. EA & RS, May 2014
3. Result of Highway and RSA Final Review by CTC, Nov 2014

Road Safety Audit Process by Dit. EA & RS, May 2014


24-Oct-13

27-Sep-13

Road Safety Audit Process by Dit. EA & RS, May 2014


50%
18-Jul-13

18-Sep-13

18-Jul-13

24-Oct-13

27-Sep-13

50%

Technical Review
by CTC
1. Technical Advisory Report by CTC, Sept 2013
2. Road Safety Audit by Dit. EA & RS, May 2014
3. Result of Highway and RSA Final Review by CTC, Nov 2014

Road Safety Audit Process by Dit. EA & RS, May 2014

Process
Date

14

24-Oct-13

Process
Date

13

17-Sep-13

Process
Date

12

18-Sep-13

Process
Date

11

18-Jul-13

Process
Date

10

17-Sep-13

Process
Date

WP-2

04-Apr-13
01-May-13
15-Jul-13

Process
Date

08-May-13

50%
18-Jul-13

18-Sep-13

Technical Review
by CTC

18-Jul-13

Process

Detailed Engineering Design has not finished

Date
Process

15

Sibolga Bts TapSel

03.016.1

03.044.0

35.86

376,479

50%
Date

16

Seblat Ipuh

13.010.0

13.004.0

34.50

110,237

17

Sp.Gng KemalaPg.Tampak

17.061.1

17.025.0

36.80

255,269

Lais - Bintuan

13.009.1

13.007.0

10.80

35,886

20

Lubuk Alung Sicincin

06.009.1

06.041.0

14.60

54,557

Technical Review & RSA


by CTC
14-Aug-14

1-Sep-14
No Road Safety Audit at Design Stage

Processed by Project Preparation Consultant

Process
Date
Process

Technical Review & RSA


by CTC

23-Sep-13

Process
Date

19

04-Apr-13
01-May-13

Process
Date

WP-3

08-May-13
21-Aug-13

50%
18-Jul-13

18-Sep-13

Technical Review
by CTC

17-Sep-13
Detailed Engineering Design has not finished

Date

21

Lubuk Alung - Kuraitaji

06.027.0

06.025.0

16.80

65,788

Process
Date

Detailed Engineering Design has not finished

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

Appendix C
Financial Progress

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

Appendix C Financial Progress


The table below shows total expenditure to date measured in the terms of World Bank
Commitment.

Date

Percentage
Completion of
time

31/03/2012
30/04/2012
31/05/2012
30/06/2012
31/07/2012
30/08/2012
30/09/2012
31/10/2012
30/11/2012
31/12/2012
31/01/2013
28/02/2013
31/03/2013
30/04/2013
31/05/2013
30/06/2013
31/07/2013
31/08/2013
30/09/2013
31/10/2013
30/11/2013
31/12/2013
31/01/2014
28/02/2014
31/03/2014
30/04/2014
31/05/2013
30/06/2014
31/07/2014
31/08/2014
30/09/2014
31/10/2012
30/11/2014
31/12/2014
31/01/2015
28/02/2015
31/03/2015
30/04/2015

1.45%
2.90%
4.35%
5.80%
7.25%
8.70%
10.15%
11.60%
13.05%
14.50%
15.95%
17.40%
18.85%
20.30%
21.75%
23.20%
24.65%
26.10%
27.55%
29.00%
30.45%
31.90%
33.35%
34.80%
36.25%
37.70%
39.15%
40.60%
42.05%
43.50%
44.95%
46.40%
47.85%
49.30%
50.75%
52.20%
53.65%
55.10%

WB
Expenditure
Commitment
800,000
800,000
800,000
2,207,915
2,207,915
2,207,915
2,207,915
2,207,915
2,207,915
2,207,915
2,207,915
2,207,915
2,207,915
4,940,115
4,940,115
4,966,535
4,966,535
6,109,480
6,263,610
6,470,288
6,470,288
6,681,304
6,991,757
7,323,303
11,533,045
11,533,045
12,794,201
4.61%
Actual
4.61%
Actual

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Percentage of
Available
Expenditure

Source

0.32%
0.32%
0.32%
0.88%
0.88%
0.88%
0.88%
0.88%
0.88%
0.88%
0.88%
0.88%
0.88%
1.98%
1.98%
1.99%
1.99%
2.44%
2.51%
2.59%
2.59%
2.67%
2.80%
2.93%
4.61%
4.61%
5.12%

Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

Date

Percentage
Completion of
time

31/05/2015
30/06/2015
31/07/2015
31/08/2015
30/09/2015
31/10/2015
30/11/2015
31/12/2015
31/01/2016
28/02/2016
31/03/2016
30/04/2016
31/05/2016
30/06/2016
31/07/2016
31/08/2016
30/09/2016
31/10/2016
30/11/2016
31/12/2016
31/01/2017
28/02/2017
31/03/2017
30/04/2017
31/05/2017
30/06/2017
31/07/2017
31/08/2017
30/09/2017
31/10/2017
30/11/2017
31/12/2017

56.55%
58.00%
59.45%
60.90%
62.35%
63.80%
65.25%
66.70%
68.15%
69.60%
71.05%
72.50%
73.95%
75.40%
76.85%
78.30%
79.75%
81.20%
82.65%
84.10%
85.55%
87.00%
88.45%
89.90%
91.35%
92.80%
94.25%
95.70%
97.15%
98.60%
99.05%
100.00%

WB
Expenditure
Commitment

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Percentage of
Available
Expenditure

Source

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

Appendix D
Quality Assurance Progress

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

Appendix D: Quality Assurance Progress


No

Activities has been done

Status/condition
Date of Finish/ completed

1.

Attend meeting works accelerated package 04 Ipoh - Bantal at DGH


Office.

2.

Site Visit for survey Traffic Count package 01, Lampung Province.

3.

Discussion with Co- TL about result of surveys Traffic Count, at CTC


Office.

February 06 , 2015.

4.

Attend meeting review design package 02 and 03, West Sumatera


Province.

February 09 , 2015.

5.

Make draft MPR (QA) CTC for January 2015.

6.

Attend meeting Review Design for package 04, Bengkulu Province.

February 12 , 2015.

7.

Attend meeting Review Design for package 02 and 03, West Sumatera
Province.

February 12 , 2015.

8.

Make draft QA works plan 2015.

February 16 , 2015.

9.

Preparation data of structure number for review meeting package 02,


package 03 and package 04.

February 17 , 2015.

10.

Make draft QA works plan 2015.

February 18 , 2015.

11.

Holiday for Happy New year (Imlek 2566).

February 19 , 2015.

12.

Make draft QA works plan 2015.

February 20 , 2015.

13

Attend meeting acceleration package 04 at Bengkulu Province.

14

Make draft site visit report .

February 26 , 2015.

15

Attend meeting with TFAC team and WB at DGH office.

February 27, 2015

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

February 02 , 2015.

03 05 February, 2015.

10 11 February, 2015.

23 25 February, 2015.

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

Appendix E
Environmental Progress and Social Progress

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

ENVIRONMENTAL STATUS & PROGRESS FOR WINRIP, IBRD LOAN NO.8043-ID


Appendix E : Progress of Environmental Safeguard Studies on WINRIP
as per 28 February, 2015
Length Width
No

Loan Package Name

Provinces
(Km)

(m)

P
Environmental Screening
r
o
c
Result
Comments
u
r

Approval Status by Environmental Agency (BLH)


Budget
Alocated,Year

Status

BLH Approval

Social Screening

Result

Comments

Approval Status by The World Bank


Budget
Alocated,Year

THE WB Approval
(A=Studi LARAP ;
B=Implementation
LARAP

Status

Remedial Action

AWP - 1
1 Krui - Bha

Lampung

25

7 SPPL &
AMDAL
ICB/Prior

2 Padang Sawah - Sp Empat

2a

Including Air Gadang Bridge

Manggopoh - Padang Sawah

4 Ipuh- Bantal

AWP - 2
5

Sp. Rampa - Poriaha

Sumatera Barat

40.9

Sumatera Barat

100 m

Sumatera Barat

32

Bengkulu

Sumatera Utara

42.4

11.1

ICB/Prior
SPPL&
UKL/UPL
Bridge

Air pollution, traffic congestion,


steep slopes, soft soil and rivers
and beach abrasion

APBN (P2JN 2010 &


2011)

100%

YES Recommended SPPL LARAP


2010 and AMDAL 2012
& NOL WB issued on 20
Nov 2013. Note:
environmental
mitigation was make
detail on RKPPL

Total PAP 2.805 in 21 Pekon. Land affected 28.763,12 Rp. 5.172.349.955


Remaining issues: (1) three plots due to the alignment A. NOL LARAP 04 Jan
changing not yet paid by project. (2) Certification
M2 ; Aset affected : building 882,13 M2; Fence 2.445,41 APBN, Satker PJN II
2013 ;
M ; Trees 653 rod ; paddy field 25 plots ; Social & Pablic Lampung, 2011 - 2012 process of the PAP will be as soon as resolved by LG
B. NOL Implemetation
Facilities
LARAP 18 April 2013, Rev
26 June 2013.

ENVIROMENTAL: The RKPPL package No.1 (Krui Biha) was NOL


issued from the WB on 23 Feb 2015 and CTC under preparing the
external monitoring report of implementation AMDAL and will be
submit to PMU/PPK/WB until 31 March 2015.
CTC to check if the DSC and Contractor implement the requirements
and recommendations in the AMDAL on the site and incorporated in the
design. The CTC a waiting for drawing of AMDAL recommendation from
DSC/Contractor.
CTC has been submit the Draft Integration of recommendation AMDAL
to the design to PMU.
SOCIAL: (1) is still on progress. (2) is still on progress.

one link,sensitive areas/resident,


public,facilities, squater (no land
acquisition), market,sopt soil and
rivers

APBN (P2JN 2010)

100%

YES Recommended
2010. UKL&UPL no need
NOL from the WB.

Total PAP 430 . No Land affected . Aset affected:


Rp.2.340.600.000
building 149 unit = 2.110 M2 ; Fence 2 unit = 341.8 M ; APBD Prov Sumbar,
Dinas PU, 2012
Kiosks BBM: 25 unit; Trees: 873 rod ; Mosque: 2 unit

ENV IRONMENTAL: The RKPPL package No.2 (Padang Sawah Sp.Empat,


incl. Air Gadang bridge) was NOL issued from the WB on 30 Jan 2015
and CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of
implementation UKL&UPL Air Gadang bridge and SPPL (link) will be
submit to PMU/PPK/WB until 31 March 2015.
SOCIAL: (1) PMU/CTC has been coordinate with PPK, and ask LG to pay
ASAP (2) Will be conducted together with the physical work of the road
project.

LARAP

Total PAP 15. Land affected 2,110 M2 ; Aset affected:


building 6 unit = 410 M2 ; Trees 72 rod.

ICB/Prior
SPPL

Air pollution, traffic congestion,


market on street, soft soil and
rivers

APBN (P2JN 2010)

7 SPPL 100%
and
UKL&UPL
ICB/Prior

Geometric, traffic congestion,


steep slopes, soft soil and rivers
and beach abrasion

APBN (P2JN 2010)

slope stability, water quality, Run


off, bridges acces, continued
traffic access & quarry problem

APBN (BBPJN I 2011)

NCB/Post
UKL&UPL

100%

SPPL 100%,
UKL&UPL
contract
(100%)

100%

Remaining issues : (1) compensation for the remaining A. NOL LARAP 13 Jan 2013
3 PAP on the Air Gadang Bridge, and 24 new PAP as
;
Additional LARAP not yet paid by LG. (2) Certification
process of the 15 PAP will be as soon as resolved.
B. NOL Implementation
LARAP 19 July 2013

YES Recommended
2010. SPPL no need
NOL from the WB.

LARAP

Total PAP 1.338 . No affected land . Aset affected:


building 115 unit = 668,33 M2; Culvert 661,05 m;
concrete & foundations 1.421,60M3 ; Soil embankment
5.564,21 M3; Trees 5.324 rod

YES Recommended
2010 for SPPL and
UKL&UPL
recommendation by
BLH was issued on 30
Oct 2014 &
environmental permits
was publish by Bupati
Muko Muko on 8 Dec
2014.

LARAP

Total PAP are change from 227 PAP becomes 257 PAP. Rp.286.743.000.
257 PAP has received compensation from The Local
APBN, Satker PJN I,
Government as : Affected Assets: house building =
Bengkulu, 2013
2
307,05 M ; terace = 672,84M2; fence = 503,85M ;
2
foundation = 8,9 m; pavement = 2,632,01M ; Trees = 82
rod, tomb = 7 unit

Compensation for the additional 34 PAP due to design A. NOL LARAP 10 Dec 2012 ENVIRONMENTAL :
changing have been paid by project
The RKPPL package No.4 (Ipuh Bantal) was NOL issued from the WB
on 23 Feb 2015 and CTC under preparing the external monitoring report
B.NOL Implementation
of implementation UKL&UPL and will be submit to PMU/PPK/WB until
LARAP 6 January 2014
31 March 2015
SOC: A monitoring
report already submitted to World Bank dated Feb 6, 2015

1 PAP with aset affected : 1 kios BBM. Agree to


relocate the kios. relocate to the beside her house.
relocating costs be the responsibility of the project

Relocation for one kiosk already be done

YES Recommended
2011. UKL&UPL no need
NOL from the WB.

Simple
LARAP

Rp. 1.147.700.000
The remaining 1 PAP (Rajo Sati) not yet paid by Local
APBD Prov Sumbar,
Government. A monitoring report for 1 PAP is under
Dinas PU, 2012/2013; submission to the WB
4.9 M from APBD 2014

Rp.53.000.000.
APBN, Satker PJN II,
Sumut, 2014

A. NOL LARAP 04 Jan 2013 ENV IRONMENTAL: The RKPPL package No.3 (Manggopoh Padang
Sawah) was NOL issued from the WB on 30 January 2015 and CTC under
preparing the external monitoring report of implementation SPPL and
B. NOL Implementation
LARAP 18 April 2013, Rev will be submit to PMU/PPK/WB until 31 March 2015
SOC : (1) Compensation payment to the remaining of 1 PAP is under
26 June 2013.
resolved by Local Government, and PMU / CTC waiting the monitoring
report from Satker I West Sumatera

A. NOL LARAP 16 Sept


2013, and approval
revision the report 12 Nov
2013;
B= implemented paralel
with construction

Ps Pedati - Kerkap

Bengkulu

25

UKL&UPL
NCB/Post

Indrapura - Tapan (1 Doc Amdal)

Bts. Kota Pariaman - Manggopoh

Sumatera Barat

Sumatera Barat

19.5

46.8

ICB/Prior
AMDAL

ICB/Prior
AMDAL

Comersial areas, traffic


congestion, market on the street,
air pollution & noise,

APBN (TLKJ 2011)

Sensitive forest areas, social


issues, slope stability, water
quality, waste management, air
pollution, squater on ROW etc

APBN (TLKJ 2012)

100%

100%

Comersil areas, market, public


APBN (TLKJ 2011)
facilities, Air pollution, traffic
congestion, market on street, soft
soil and rivers

100%

YES Recommended
2010. UKL&UPL no need
NOL from the WB.

LARAP

Total PAP = 602. Affected land = 3,625 M2. Terrace =


2,925 M2 ; Fence = 4,169 M, pavement = 4399 m2

RP. 8.049.290.000
APBN, Satker PJN I,
Bengkulu, 2014

Compensation payment for 546 from the total 602 PAP A. NOL LARAP 20
already paid by project
November 2013;
B: Monitoring Report on
Dec 2014 (target)

Completed/YES
LARAP
Environmental permits
on Feb 2014. & NOL WB
issued on 8 Aug 2014

Total PAP 1,193. Partilly affected building ( houses an


kiosks) = 4,013 M2 : Affected fence = 19,206 m :
Partially affected other building (terrace, decker and
floors) = 9,401 M2, and trees = 3,290.

Completed/YES
LARAP
Environmental permits
on July 2013. & NOL WB
issued on 14 April 2014

Total PAP 1,282. Partilly affected building ( houses an


Rp 12.76 Billion. APBD Identification and inventory preparation by Land
kiosks) = 8,352 M2 : Affected fence = 3,673 m : Partially Prov Sumbar, Dinas PU, Acquisition Commitee (LAC)
affected other building (terrace, decker and floors) =
8,771 M2 and trees = 7,863.

Rantau Tijang - Kota Agung / Replace to


Bengkunat - Biha (already completed by
AMDAL)

Lampung

42

ICB/Prior
UKL&UPL

Sensitive areas, resident, air


APBN (TLKJ 2011)
pollution, traffic congestion, steep
slopes,soft soil and rivers and
beach abrasion

100%

YES Recommended
LARAP
2012.UKL&UPL no need
NOL from the WB.

10

Sp Empat - Sp Air Balam

Sumatera Barat

61.7

ICB/Prior
AMDAL

Sensitive forest areas, social


APBN (TLKJ 2011)
issues, slope stability, water
quality, waste managemnt, bridge
access road & quarry problem

100%

Completed/YES
LARAP
Environmental permits
onJuly 2013. & NOL WB
issued on 14 April 2014

Rp 8.29 Billion. APBD Identification and inventory process by Land


Prov Sumbar, Dinas PU, Acquisition Commitee (LAC)

NOL Larap: Oct 14, 2014


B: Monitoring Report on
April 2015 (target)
A. NOL LARAP 12 Sep
2014;
B: Monitoring Report on
May 2015 (target)

LARAP is under preparation by Balai III Palembang. This A. package was changed to Bengkunat - Biha

Total PAP 1,514. Partilly affected building ( houses an


kiosks) = 11,523 M2 : Affected fence = 2,613 m :
Partially affected other building (terrace, decker and
floors) = 11,538 M2 and trees = 4,369

Rp 14.02 Billion. APBD Identification and inventory preparation by Land


Prov Sumbar, Dinas PU, Acquisition Commitee (LAC)

A. NOL LARAP 12 Sep


2014;

ENVIRONMENTAL : The CTC has been submit the draft integration of


UKL&UPL recommendation in to the design to PMU. The
recommendation of UKL&UPL already input on the design
CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of
implementation UKL&UPL and will be submit to PMU/PPK/WB of April
2015
SOCIAL: Now, PMU/CTC still waiting a report from Head of Satker PJN
II - North Sumatera Province
ENVIRONMENTAL : Propose to site visit on April 2015 for check the
UKL&UPL recommendation will integrated in to the design.
CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of
implementation UKL&UPL and will be submit to PMU/PPK/WB of April
2015
SOCIAL: A monitoring report concerning compensation payment 546
PAP is under submision process to WB from PMU
ENVIRONMENTAL;CTC under preparing the external monitoring report
of implementation AMDAL and will be submit to PMU/PPK/WB of May
2015
SOCIAL: Now,
PMU/CTC still waiting a report from Head of Satker PJN II - West
Sumatera Province
ENVIRONMENTAL; CTC under preparing the external monitoring report
of implementation AMDAL and will be submit to PMU/PPK/WB of May
2015 SOCIAL: Now, PMU/CTC still waiting a report from Head of Satker
PJN I - West Sumatera Province
ENVIRONMENTAL: Link of Bengkunat-Biha already completed by AMDAL
study with environmental permit from the Governor at 2012. WILL
DELETED

ENVIRONMENTAL;Propose to site visit on May 2015 for check the


AMDAL/RKL recommendation will integrated in to the design.
CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of
implementation AMDAL and will be submit to PMU/PPK/WB of June
2015
SOCIAL: Now, PMU/CTC still waiting a report from Head of Satker PJN I -

Length Width
No

Loan Package Name

10

Sp Empat - Sp Air Balam

Provinces
Sumatera Barat

(Km) 7 (m)
61.7

P
Environmental Screening
r
o
c
Result
Comments
Sensitive forest
areas, social
uAMDAL
issues, slope stability, water
r

Approval Status by Environmental Agency (BLH)


Budget
Alocated,Year

APBN (TLKJ 2011)

Status
100%

quality, waste managemnt, bridge


access road & quarry problem

Social Screening

Approval Status by The World Bank


Budget
Alocated,Year

BLH
Approval
Result
Completed/YES
LARAP
Environmental permits
onJuly 2013. & NOL WB
issued on 14 April 2014

Comments
Total PAP 1,514. Partilly
affected building ( houses an
kiosks) = 11,523 M2 : Affected fence = 2,613 m :
Partially affected other building (terrace, decker and
floors) = 11,538 M2 and trees = 4,369

Total PAP 190 . No affected land. House building =


RP. 8.237.443.000
261.7 M2; kiosks = 147.7 m2, terrace = 412.9 m2, Fence APBN Satker PJN I,
= 249 M ; Trees= 36 rod, foundation = 17.2 m2,
Bengkulu, 2014
retaining wall = 35.1 m, pavement = 2,937 m2

B: Monitoring Report on
April 2015 (target)

Remedial Action
ENVIRONMENTAL;Propose to site visit on May 2015 for check the
AMDAL/RKL recommendation will integrated in to the design.
CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of
implementation AMDAL and will be submit to PMU/PPK/WB of June
2015
SOCIAL: Now, PMU/CTC still waiting a report from Head of Satker PJN I West Sumatera Province

ENVIRONMENTAL :The draft report integration of AMDAL in to the


design was submit to PMU. CTC under preparing the external monitoring
report of implementation AMDAL and will be submit to PMU/PPK/WB of
B: Submission a
June 2015. SOCIAL: PMU had submitted a report of payment for 58 PAP
Monitoring Report on Nov
to WB dated Feb 6, 2015 and the remaining 46 will be resolved by
2014
National Budget 2015.

11

Bantal - Mukomuko (1 Paket doc AMDAL) Bengkulu

50.1

ICB/Prior
AMDAL

Sensitive areas, social issues,


market on the street, geometric,
waste managemnt, continued
traffic access, etc

APBN (TLKJ 2011)

100%

Completed/YES
Environmental permits
on April 2014. & NOL
WB issued on 8 Aug
2014

12

Kambang - Indrapura (1 Doc Amdal)

Sumatera Barat

55.2

ICB/Prior
AMDAL

Resident, productive land,


Catcment areas,rivers, slope
stability, squater on the street,
land acquisition.

APBN (TLKJ 2011)

100%

Completed/YES
LARAP
Environmental permits
on Feb 2014. & NOL WB
issued on 8 Aug 2014

Total PAP 2,678. Partilly affected building ( houses an


kiosks) = 2,057 M2 : Affected fence = 32,741m :
Partially affected other building (terrace, decker and
floors) = 17,144 M2 and trees = 3,225

13

Sp Rukis - Tj Kemuning

Bengkulu

56.3

ICB/Prior
UKL/UPL

APBN (P2JN 2011)


one link,sensitive/ steep
slopes,soft soil and rivers,
squater on the street, resident,
productive land.

100%

YES Recommended
LARAP
2011. UKL&UPL no need
NOL from the WB.

RP. 11.295.833.000
Total PAP: 2,564 . Affected land = 88,852 M . Aset
affected : building 111 unit = 2.196 M2 ; Fence 127 unit APBN, Satker PJN I
Bengkulu, 2014
= 1.575 M ; Trees 363 rod ; electricity pole 25 unit

ICB/Prior
AMDAL

Sensitive forest areas, social


issues, slope stability, water
quality, waste managemnt,
continued traffic access & quarry
problem

100%

Completed/YES
Environmental permits
on Feb 2014. & NOL WB
issued on 8 Aug 2014

Total PAP 2,323. Partilly affected building ( houses an


Rp 22.62 Billion. APBD Larap implementation will be done start March 2015
kiosks) = 10,474 M2 : Affected fence 21,735m : Partially Prov Sumbar, Dinas PU,
affected other building (terrace, decker and floors) =
20,988 M2 and trees = 1044

A. NOL LARAP 19
December 2014;

Environmental: 1) The draft report integration of UKL&UPL in to the


design was submit to PMU. 2) CTC under preparing the external
monitoring report of implementation UKL&UPL and will be submit to
PMU/PPK/WB of June 2015:.SOCIAL: Now, PMU waiting Larap
B: Monitoring Report on
March - June 2015 (target) implementation report from Head of Satker North Sumatera Province

AWP - 3
14

Painan -Kambang (1 doc Amdal)

15

Sibolga - Bts Tap Sel

16

Seblat - Ipuh including (1 Amdal)

Sumatera Barat

Sumatera Utara

Bengkulu

Air Lalang & Air Guntung Bridge

17

Sp.Gunung Kemala - Pg. Tampak

Lampung

31.5

36

34.5

64 m

36.8

ICB/Prior
UKL/UPL

resident, commersil areas,


geometric etc.

ICB/Prior
AMDAL

sensitive areas/steep slopes, soft


soil and rivers and beach abrasion

ICB/Prior
AMDAL

sensitive areas/resident, land


acquisition, steep slopes,soft soil
and rivers and beach abrasion

APBN (TLKJ 2011)

LARAP

THE WB Approval
(A=Studi LARAP ;
B=Implementation
LARAP

Status
Rp 14.02 Billion. APBD Identification and inventory
preparation by Land
Prov Sumbar, Dinas PU, Acquisition Commitee (LAC)

Simple
LARAP

Rp 9.08 Billion. APBD LARAP implementation will be resolved by APBD West NOL Larap: Oct 14, 2014
Prov Sumbar, Dinas PU, Sumatera 2015

APBN (BBPJN I 2011)

100%

YES Recommended
LARAP
2011. UKL&UPL no need
NOL from the WB.

Total PAP 1.448 . Land affected 1.531 plot = 45,831M 2. Rp 19.34 Billion.
Aset affected : building 340 unit = 3.399 M2 ; Fence 12 APBN, Satker PJN II,
unit = 1.563 M ; Trees 385 rod, Terrace = 991,607 M 2 Sumut, 2014

APBN (TLKJ 2011)

100%

Completed/YES
Environmental permits
on April 2014. & NOL
WB issued on 8 Aug
2014

Simple
LARAP

Total PAP 104 . No affected land, Affected assets:


building= 658 M2 ; Terrace= 98; Fence= 232 M ; Trees
33 rod

YES Recommended
2012. & NOL WB issued
on 20 Nov 2013

LARAP

APBN (TLKJ 2011)

100%

Compensation payment for 139 (81+58) from the total A. NOL LARAP 20
190 PAP already paid by project
November 2013;

Appraisal of affected asset is under process

B: Monitoring Report on
April 2015 (target)
A. NOL LARAP 20
November 2013;
B: Monitoring Report on
June 2015 (target)

B: Monitoring Report on
June 2015 (target)

RP. 4.47 Billion. APBN Compensation payment for 139 from the total 450 PAP A. NOL LARAP 20
Satker PJN I, Bengkulu, already paid by project, and the remaining 311 will be November 2013;
2014
resolved by National Budget 2015.

RP.57.414.485 .000
APBN, Satker PJN II
Lampung, 2014

Affected asset Appraisal in process.

A. NOL LARAP 16 Sept


2013

APBN, 2015

LARAP is under preparation by Balai III Palembang. This A. package was changed to Sibolga - Sorkam

Rp.3.349.829.000
APBN, Satker PJN II
Bengkulu, 2014

Compensation payment for 262 from 379 PAP already A. NOL LARAP 20
paid by project, and the remaining of PAP wil be
November 2013;
resolved by National Budget 2015
B: Monitoring Report on
Jan 2015 (target)

B: Monitoring Report on
JUne 2015 (target)

18

Mukomuko - Bts. Sumbar / Replace to


Sorkam - Sibolga

Bengkulu

25.8

NCB/Post
UKL&UPL

one link,sensitive/steep
slopes,soft soil and rivers

APBN (TLKJ 2011)

100%

YES Recommended
LARAP
2010. UKL&UPL no need
NOL from the WB.

19

Lais- Bintunan

Bengkulu

11.6

NCB/Post
UKL&UPL

one link,sensitive/air pollution,


traffic congestion, squater on the
street, etc

APBN (TLKJ 2011)

100%

YES Recommended
LARAP
2010. UKL&UPL no need
NOL from the WB.

Total PAP 378. Affected land = 9,504 M2. Aset


affected : floor = 1,381 M2; Terrace: 652 M2; Fence =
3,276 M; Tomb = 18 units; Trees 379 rod; utilities 14
unit

20

Lubuk Alung - Sicincin

Sumatera Barat

14.6

NCB/Post
UKL&UPL

sensitive areas/resident, land


acquisition, steep slopes,soft soil
and rivers

APBN (TLKJ 2011)

100%

YES Recommended
Simple
2011. UKL&UPL no need LARAP
NOL from the WB.

Total PAP: 940, Affected land: 46,579 m2, PT KAI


Rp 46.86 Billion. APBD Submission LARAP and DED Document to Local
Affected land: 682 m2, Partilly affected building (houses Prov Sumbar, Dinas PU, Government from the project
and kiosks) = 528m2, Affected fence = 294m, Irrigation
channal: 2.600m.

Target LARAP approval


from WB is Dec 2014

one link,sensitive/steep
slopes,soft soil and rivers

APBN (Balai II 2011)

YES Recommended
Simple
2011. UKL&UPL no need LARAP
NOL from the WB.

Total PAP: 1,301, Affected land: 40,612 m2, Partilly


affected building (houses and kiosks) = 360.9m2
Affected fence = 284m Irrigation channal: 433m

Target LARAP approval


from WB is Dec 2014

21

Lubuk Alung -Kurataji

Sumatera Barat

16.8

UKL&UPL
NCB/Post

100%

ENVIRONMENTAL : Propose to site visit on January 2015 for check the


UKL&UPL recommendation will integrated in to the design. SOCIAL:
PMU/CTC will always monitor the land acquisition progress as their
schedule. .

ENVIRONMENTAL; CTC under preparing the external monitoring


report of implementation AMDAL and will be submit to PMU/PPK/WB of
May 2015. SOCIAL: PMU/CTC will always monitor the land acquisition
progress as their schedule.

Negotiation and compensation payment still in process A. NOL LARAP 28 October


2013 and NOL revise 05
Feb 2014;

B: Monitoring Report on
Dec 2014 (target)
Total PAP 1.885 . Land affected 1.926 plot = 194.278
M2. Aset affected : building 440 unit = 4.557 M2 ; ;
Trees 4.267 rod ;paddy field 48.602 clumps.

ENVIRONMENTAL; Propose to site visit on 2 to 4 February 2015. to


check the integration of AMDAL/RKL implementation in to the design .

Rp 39.64 Billion. APBD Submission LARAP and DED Document to Local


Prov Sumbar, Dinas PU, Government from the project

B: Monitoring Report on
June 2015 (target)

B: Monitoring Report on
June 2015 (target)

ENVIRONMENTAL : 1) The CTC has been submit to PMU on 11


November 2014 the draft report integration of AMDAL in to the design.
2) CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of
implementation AMDAL and will be submit to PMU/PPK/WB of May
2015. SOCIAL: PMU had submitted a report of the payment for 139
PAP to WB..
ENVIRONMENTAL: 1) The CTC has been submit to PMU the Draft report
Integration of AMDAL recommendation in to the design. 2) CTC under
preparing the external monitoring report of implementation AMDAL and
will be submit to PMU/PPK/WB of April 2015 :SOC: PMU/CTC is waiting
report of implementation of the Larap from Head of Satker II Lampung
Province.
ENVIRONMENTAL: Based on CTC survey for environmental screening is
conclusion that this packages need completed by UKL&UPL. WILL
DELETED

ENVIRONMENTAL: Propose to site visit on May 2015 for check the


UKL&UPL recommendation will integrated in to the design:
CTC under preparing the external monitoring report of
implementation UKL&UPL and will be submit to PMU/PPK/WB of May
2015
SOCIAL: A report concerning compensation payment for 262 PAP is
under submision to WB from PMU.
ENVIRONMENTAL; 1) The CTC has been submit the draft report
integration of UKL&UPLin to the design on January 2015 . 2) CTC under
preparing the external monitoring report of implementation UKL&UPL
and will be submit to PMU/PPK/WB of June 2015. Social: Now, PMU
waiting Larap implementation report from Head of Satker I West
Sumatera Province
ENVIRONMENTAL; 1) The CTC has been submit the draft report
integration of UKL&UPLin to the design on 30 January 2015 . 2) CTC
under preparing the external monitoring report of implementation
UKL&UPL and will be submit to PMU/PPK/WB of June 2015.SOCIAL:
Now, PMU waiting Larap implementation report from Head of Satker I
West Sumatera Province

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

Appendix F
Procurement Plan & Progress

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Package
No.

Contract No.

Sub - Project

Type of Work

Estimated Cost
EE (Incl. VAT)

IDR (x10 )

Design

PQ Document

Submission
Submission
NOL Date
Date
Date

WB NOL
Date

Evalt.Qualification
Invitation for Submission
Report
Preof
Submissio
WB NOL
qualification
n Date
Date
Application

Qualification

Submission
Date

Notification
of

Bidding Document
WB NOL

Invitation
for Bids
Date

Bid Evaluation Report


Bid Opening Date
Submission Date

WB NOL
Date

AWP - 1
1

10-17/01-WINRIP-WP1/CE/A/8043-ID/11-13

Krui - Biha
Lampung Province.

Capacity
Expansion

163,534.85 25-Jan-11

21-Feb-11

02-Nov-11

28-Dec-11

30-Dec-11

28-Feb-12

25-Jan-13

28-Mar-13

17-May-13

27-Jun-12

31-Oct-12

27-May-13 18-Jul-13

10-Sep-13

18-Sep-13

39-06/02-WINRIP-WP1/CE/A/8043-ID/12-13

Padang Sawah - Sp.Empat (incl.


Air Gadang Bridge), West
Sumatera Province.

Capacity
Expansion

228,772.24 25-Jan-11

21-Feb-11

02-Nov-11

28-Dec-11

30-Dec-11

28-Feb-12

25-Jan-13

28-Mar-13

17-May-13

27-Jun-12

31-Oct-12

27-May-13 18-Jul-13

10-Sep-13

18-Sep-13

40-06/03-WINRIP-WP1/CE/A/8043-ID/12-13

Manggopoh - Padang Sawah,


West Sumatera Province

Capacity
Expansion

167,678.40 25-Jan-11

21-Feb-11

02-Nov-11

28-Dec-11

30-Dec-11

28-Feb-12

25-Jan-13

28-Mar-13

17-May-13

27-Jun-12

31-Oct-12

27-May-13 18-Jul-13

10-Sep-13

18-Sep-13

01-26/04-WINRIP-WP1/CE/A/8043-ID/11-13

Ipuh - Bantal, Bengkulu Province

Capacity
Expansion

247,105.24 25-Jan-11

21-Feb-11

02-Nov-11

28-Dec-11

30-Dec-11

28-Feb-12

25-Jan-13

28-Mar-13

17-May-13

27-Jun-12

31-Oct-12

27-May-13 18-Jul-13

10-Sep-13

18-Sep-13

Simpang Rampa - Poriaha, North


Sumatera Province.

Capacity
Expansion

152,870.49

07-Nov-13

Ps. Pedati - Kerkap, Bengkulu


Province

Capacity
Expansion

92,127.40

21-Nov-13

Indrapura - Tapan, West Sumatera


Province

Capacity
Expansion

280,123.02

Bts.Kota Pariaman - Manggopoh,


West Sumatera Province

Capacity
Expansion

603,016.70

Rantau Tijang - Kota Agung,


Lampung Province
(proposed change to Biha Bengkunat, Lampung Province)

Capacity
Expansion

149,831.00

10

Simpang Empat - Sp.Air Balam,


West Sumatera Province

Capacity
Expansion

819,755.25

Bantal - Mukomuko, Bengkulu


Province
(proposed change to Sibolga Sorkam, North Sumatera Province)

Capacity
Expansion

246,499.55

Kambang - Indrapura, West


Sumatera Province

Capacity
Expansion

773,942.44

Sp Rukis - Tj Kemuning, Bengkulu


Province.

Capacity
Expansion

316,304.67

14

Painan - Kambang, West


Sumatera Province

Capacity
Expansion

118,993.00

15

Sibolga - Batas Tapsel, North


Sumatera Province

Capacity
Expansion

376,479.38

16

Seblat - Ipuh, (incl. Air Lalang & Air


Guntung Bridge), Bengkulu
Province

Capacity
Expansion

110,237.00

Sp.Gng Kemala - Pugung Tampak,


Lampung Province

Capacity
Expansion

255,269.25

18

Mukomuko - Batas Sumbar,


Bengkulu Province

Capacity
Expansion

69,233.00

19

Lais - Bintunan, Bengkulu Province

Capacity
Expansion

35,886.28

20

Lubuk Alung - Sicincin, West


Sumatera Province

Betterment

54,557.00

21

Lubuk Alung - Kuraitaji, West


Sumatera Province

Capacity
Expansion

65,788.00

AWP - 2

11

02-26/11-WINRIP-AWP2/CE/A/8043.ID/12-14

12

13

01-26/13-WINRIP-AWP2/CE/A/8043.ID/12-14

22-Jul-14

07-Nov-13

18-Nov-13

23-Dec-13

10-Feb-14

9-Jun-14

15-Jul-14

22-Jul-14

18-Jul-14

22-Jul-14

11-Aug-14

22-Sep-14

18-Nov-14

27-Jan-15

N/A (Bank
Post Review)

19-Nov-14

24-Nov-14

29 Desember 2014

29 Desember 2015

Nihil

07-Nov-13

06-Aug-14

07-Nov-13

18-Nov-13

23-Dec-13

10-Feb-14

16-Jun-14

25-Jun-14

11-Jul-14

21-Jul-14

6-Aug-14

22-Aug-14

3-Oct-14

4-Nov-14

13-Nov-14

07-Nov-13

06-Aug-14

07-Nov-13

18-Nov-13

23-Dec-13

10-Feb-14

16-Jun-14

25-Jun-14

11-Jul-14

21-Jul-14

6-Aug-14

22-Aug-14

3-Oct-14

4-Nov-14

18-Nov-14

30-Dec-13

28-Feb-14

18-Dec-14

23-Dec-14

12-Jan-15

23-Feb-15

30-Sep-13

10-Oct-13

19-Dec-14

7-Jan-14

4-Jul-14

15-Aug-14

10-Oct-14

14-Oct-14

N/A (Bank
Post Review)

19-Nov-14

24-Nov-14

19-Dec-14

AWP - 3

17

07-17/17-WINRIP-AWP2/CE/A/8043.ID/11-14

21-Nov-13

30-Sep-13

10-Oct-13

11-Nov-13

30-Dec-13

28-Feb-14

13-Jun-14

25-Jun-14

Nihil

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

Appendix G
WINRIP Website & Application Progress

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

APPENDIX G
Management Information System (MIS) Status on February, 2015
NO.

TASK

DESCRIPTION

STATUS

File Storage
storage.winrip-ibrd.com

The storage server to stored all of


soft files of reports and documents.

The new version of application has


been completed in February 2015.

DMS (Document
Management System)
dms.winrip-ibrd.com

The application to record all


information of letter and document
files.

The new version of application has


been developed in February 2015.

Website
www.winrip-ibrd.com

The WINRIP official website.

The website has been developed in


August 2013.

WebGIS
webgis.winrip-ibrd.com

The spatial data and roads


information that overlay into
Google Maps.

The application has been developed


in October 2013.

FMIS (Financial
Management Information
System)
fmis.winrip-ibrd.com

The application to monitoring a


financial and physical progress
report.

The programming modules that have


been finished are as follows:
Project Data
Financial and Physical Progress
Progress Summary
History of Financial and Physical
Progress
User

CHS (Complaint Handling


System)
chs.winrip-ibrd.com

The application to accommodate


complaints from the public.

The application has been developed


in January 2014.

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

WORK PLAN

The programming modules that not


yet finished are as follows:
Consultant Services
Reports

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

Appendix H
ACAP Training /Dissemination Progress

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

Appendix H ACAP Activity Progress


Appendix H1

Activities Progress of Community Representative Observers (CROs)


from January 2013 February 2015 and the Works Plan
No

Subject of Activities

Date of Finish/
completed

1.

Orientation and studied of WINRIP documents and Development of Works Plan

January 2013

Prepared of Workshop of Procurement Document Evaluation.

February 2013

3.

Conducted Workshop of Procurement Document Evaluation for POKJA, Satker/PPK,


Balai BBPJN and PMU.

Febr. 28, 2013


March 01, 2013

4.

Provided of Term of Reference (TOR) of the CRO's Selection and Guidelines for CROs
Selection

March 1, 2013

5.

Provided the Materials (Slide Presentation/Power-point) of General Explanations


about WINRIP and the CROs selection and

March 8, 2013

6.

Provided Training Materials for CROs.

March 8, 2013

7.

Sending an official letter No. Hm.0603/Bp-11/0175/2013, from the Director of


Planning as Chairman of PMU to Head of BBPJN II & III, about the Selection of
CROs/WPM, + TOR and Guidelines Document

March 11, 2013

Preparation of Socialization on CROs selection in BBPJN II Padang for package 02


Padang Sawah Simpang Empat and package 03 Manggopoh - Padang Sawah, and
Socialization on CROs selection in BBPJN III Palembang for package 01 Krui Biha and
package 04 Ipuh Bantal.

March 31, 2013

9.

Socialization on CROs selection in BBPJN II Padang for package 02 Padang Sawah


Simpang Empat and package 03 Manggopoh - Padang Sawah

April 9, 2013

10

Socialization on CROs selection in BBPJN III Palembang for package 01 Krui Biha and
package 04 Ipuh Bantal.

April 11, 2013

11.

Sent the Invitation letter from Head of BBPJN III to Rector of Universities /Head of
Colleges in Palembang, about selection of the CROs for package 01. Krui Biha (Prov.
Lampung) and package 04. Ipuh Bantal (Prov. Bengkulu).

May 17, 2013

12.

Sent the Invitation letter from Head of BBPJN II to Rector of Universities /Head of
Colleges in Padang, about selection of the CROs for package 02. Padang Sawah
Simpang Empat and package 03. Manggopoh - Padang Sawah (Prov. Sumatera Barat).

May 20, 2013

13.

Selection of CROs for Packages Krui Biha Province Lampung and Ipuh Bantal
Province Bengkulu, and training for selected CROs in BBPJN III Palembang

May 23, 2013

14.

Selection of WPM/CROs for Packages Manggopoh Padang Sawah and Padang Sawah
Simpang Empat, and training for selected CROs in BBPJN II Padang

May 27, 2013

15.

Sending an official letter No. Hm.0603/Bp-11/0175/2013, from the Director of


Planning as Chairman of PMU to Head of BBPJN II & III, about the Selection of
CROs/WPM, + TOR and Guidelines Document

May 28, 2013

16.

Guiding the Balai Besar Pelaksanaan Jalan Nasional (Balai) II Padang to compose the
Application Letter for Approval of selected CROs for Package 03. Manggopoh Padang
Sawah, package 02. Padang Sawah Simpang Empat, and Balai III Palembang for
Package 01. Krui Biha Province Lampung and Package 04. Ipuh Bantal Province
Bengkulu.

May 29, 2013

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015
Date of Finish/
completed

No

Subject of Activities

17.

Compiling summary of the results of Selection the Community Representative


Observers (CROs)/ Wakil Pengamat dari Masyarakat (WPM) and the Training activities
for selected CROs for four Packages AWP-1

June 1 - 9, 2013

18.

Assist PMU to prepare the Approval letter of selected CROs for four AWP-1 Packages,
and prepare of the Decree on Establishment the CROs of AWP-1 WINRIP from Director
of Planning DGH, as the Chairman of PMU.

June 1 - 9, 2013

19.

Monitor and observation the Pre-Bid Meeting and Site Visit activities of Procurement
Process that held by the Procurement Committee, in BBPJN II and III, on 10 June 2013
by CROs in implementing their tasks on the

June 10 - 16,
2013

20.

Evaluate of the CROs observation on Pre-Bid Meeting and Site Visit activities

Jun.17 - 23, 2013

21.

Examine the report of CROs on the monitoring and observation of Pre-Bid Meeting
and Site Visit at the packages of Annual Works Program - 1 (AWP-1) WINRIP.

June 24 - 30,
2013

Modify the template of monitoring the report of the CROs, to be more focused and
more systematically
22.

Monitor /Observe of Bids Submission and Bids Opening for four packages AWP-1 by
Community Representative Observers (CROs) for Package 01, 02, 03, and 04

July 18, 2013

23.

Monitoring and examined of the CROs Report on the monitoring and observation of
Bid Submission and Bid Opening activities for four packages of Annual Works Program
- 1 (AWP-1) WINRIP, which have been carried out on July 18, 2013

August, 2013

24

Preparation on the Socialization of CROs selection to the Procurement Committee October 2013
(POKJA) of Sumatera Utara province, for package Simpang Rampa Poriaha and
package Sibolga Batas Tapanuli Selatan

25

Monitored /Observed of Procurement progress on Commencement of Bid Winners


for four packages AWP-1 (Package 01, 02, 03, and 04) and informed to related
Community Representative Observers (CROs).
Carried out the dissemination of CROs selection to the Procurement Committee
(POKJA) of Sumatera Utara province, for package Simpang Rampa Poriaha. in Balai
(BBPJN) I Medan and in Project Management (Satker) Office.
Carried out the CROs selection for package 17: Simpang Gunung Kemala Pugung
Tampak in Lampung..

November 2013

28

Carried out the CROs selection for package 05: Simpang Rampa Poriaha in North
Sumatera province.

August 20, 2014

29

Carried out the CROs selection for package 11: Bantal Mukomuko, and package 13:
Simpang Rukis Tanjung Kemuning in Bengkulu province.

Sept. 1, 2014

30

Oct. 03, 2014

31

Ms. Hesti Aulia Sari, ST, CRO for Package 11: Bantal - Mukomuko, meet the invitation
of the Procurement Committee (Pokja of Procurement Unit/Unit Layanan Pengadaan
BBPJN III, PIU/Satker PJN Region I Bengkulu Province).
Ms. Hot Maria Angelina, ST, CRO for Package 13: Simpang Rukis - Tanjung Kemuning
was attended Bid-Opening meeting meet the invitation by the Procurement
Committee (Pokja of Procurement Unit/Unit Layanan Pengadaan BBPJN III, PIU/Satker
PJN Region II Bengkulu Province).

32

Carried out the CROs selection for package 06: pasar Pedati Kerkap and package 19:
Lais - Bintunan in Bengkulu province.

Nov. 27, 2014

33

The elected CROs (Ms. Hot Maria Angelina, ST and Ms. Hesti Aulia Sari, ST) attanded
Pre-Bid Meeting and site visit for package 06 (Pasar Pedati Kerkap) and package 19
(Lais Bintunan), Bengkulu Province
The Community Development team CTC WINRIP has carried out the selection of CROs
for Package 15: Sibolga Batas Tapanuli Selatan. The Elected CRO is Ernie Shinta Y.
Sitanggang, ST, MT, and Ir. M. Koster Silaen, MT as the substitute CRO (both from
Politeknik Negeri Medan / State Polytechnic of Medan)

Dec. 05, 2014

26
27

34

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

November 19
20, 2013
July 17, 2014

Oct. 03, 2014

Dec. 16, 2014,

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

No

Date of Finish/
completed

Subject of Activities

35

The elected CROs for package 06 (Pasar Pedati Kerkap) and package 19 (Lais
Bintunan) Bengkulu Province was attanded the Bid-Opening Meeting.

Dec. 29, 2014

36

Ir. M. Koster Silaen, MT as the substitute CRO of Package 15: Sibolga Batas Tapanuli
Selatan was attended the Pre-Bid Meeting.

Jan. 26, 2015

Works Plan for the next steps of CROs subject activities


No
1.

Datelines Plan /
Actual condition

Subject of Activities
Prepare selection of the Community Representative Observers (CRO) for others next
packages.

2015

Appendix H.2
The Progress of Third Party Monitoring (TPM) Activities
from January 2013 February 2015 and Works Plan for Next Steps
No

Subject of Activities

Target

Completed

1.

Preparation the initial draft of ToR of selection the TPM

Dec, 2013

Dec, 2013

2.

Providing the TPM selection guidelines.

Dec, 2013

Dec, 2013

3.

Providing the Training Materials for the TPM

Dec, 2013

Dec, 2013

Jan, 2014

Jan. 24, 2014

Jan., 2014

Jan 29, 2014

Jan, 2014

Jan 13, 2014

Feb. 2014

Feb. 07, 2014


Feb. 13, 2014

Feb. 2014

Febr. 14, 2014

Feb. 2014

Febr. 18, 2014

Jan, 2014

Febr. 19, 2014

March 2014

Febr. 25, 2014

March 2014

March 10, 2014

June 2014

June 5 - 6, 2014

June 2014

June 17-18, 2014

July 2014

July 7 8, 2014

4.
5.

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.

Preparing the official letter from the Director of Planning as


Chairman of PMU to Head of BBPJN II & III, about the Selection of
TPM.
Preparing the official letter from the Director of Planning as
Chairman of PMU to Universities, about the Selection of TPM.
Preparing the official letter from the Official in Charge/Ketua
Pelaksana Harian PMU to Satker/PPK, about the Selection of TPM
Preparing the official letter from the Official in Charge/Ketua
Pelaksana Harian PMU to Universities and Satker/PPK, about the
Socialization of TPM Selection for Package 01, 02, & 03
Socialization of the TPM selection for package 01: Krui - Biha.
Socialization of the TPM selection for package 02: Padang Sawah
Simpang Empat and package 03: Manggopoh Simpang Empat
Preparing the official letter from the Director of Planning as
Chairman of PMU to University of Bengkulu, about the Selection of
TPM for package 04: Ipuh - Bantal.
Help the PMU on formulating the TPM Evaluation Team
Implementation of selection of the TPM for four AWP-1 packages by
TPM Evaluation Team
Delivery of the Preparatory Training for elected TPM for package 01:
Krui Biha in Lampung
Delivery of the Preparatory Training for elected TPM for package 02:
Padang Sawah Simpang Empat, and package 03: Mangopoh
Padang Sawah in West Sumatera
Delivery of the Preparatory Training for elected TPM for package 04:
Ipuh Bantal in Bengkulu

14

Approval process of elected TPM

July 2014

July 7 8, 2014

15

Assist PMU to prepare the Decree on Establishment the TPM of


AWP-1 WINRIP from Director of Planning DGH, as the Chairman of
PMU.

August 2014

Sept. 1, 2014

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Monthly Progress Report


No

February 2015
Subject of Activities

Target

Completed

16

Sending the Coordination Letter from Director of Planning,


Directorate General of Highways to the Head of BBPJN Region I
Medan, about Selection of the Third Party Monitoring (TPM) for
package 05 (Simpang Rampa Poriaha, and package 15 (Sibolga
Tapanuli Selatan border) in North Sumatera.

October 2014

Oct, 07, 2014

17

Sent the Information Letter about participation of Third Party


Monitoring (TPM) on WINRIP, from Director of Planning, Directorate
General of Highways to the University of Lampung (UNILA) for
package 17 (Simpang Gunung Kemala Pugung Tampak) in Lampung
Province.

October 2014

Oct, 03, 2014

18

Sent the Information Letter about participation of Third Party


Monitoring (TPM) on WINRIP, from Director of Planning, Directorate
General of Highways to the University of Sumatera Utara (USU) for
package 05 (Simpang Rampa Poriaha) in North Sumatera Province

October 2014

Oct, 03, 2014

19

Sent the Information Letter about participation of Third Party


Monitoring (TPM) on WINRIP, from Director of Planning, Directorate
General of Highways to the University of Bengkulu (UNIB) for
package 11 (Bantal Mukomuko) and package 13 (Simpang Rukis Tanjung Kemuning) in Bengkulu Province.

October 2014

Oct, 20, 2014

20

Selection of the Third Party Monitoring (TPM) Selection for packages


17 (Simpang Gunung Kemala Pugung Tampak) Lampung Province

November 2014

Dec. 4, 2014

21

Selection of the Third Party Monitoring (TPM) Selection for packages


11, and 13, Bengkulu Province

December 2014

Dec. 22, 2014

22

Socialization and Explaination of the Third Party Monitoring (TPM)


for packages 05, and 15 in Universitas Graha Nusantara Padangsidempuan

January 2015

Jan,. 28, 2015

23

Socialization and Explaination of the Third Party Monitoring (TPM)


for packages 05, and 15 in Universitas Sumatera Utara Medan

January 2015

Jan,. 30, 2015

24

Ensure that the Employment Agreement or Memorandum of


Understanding between TPM (packages 01, 02, 03, and 04) with the
CTC WINRIP (PT. Planners Djaja) can be signed.

November 2014

February 2015

Appendix H.3
Works Plan on Complaints Handling Mechanism System (CHS) Activities.
No
1
2
3

Subject of Activities / Item of Tasks


Review of Minister Decree of Public Works No. 323/2005 concerning the
procedures of Handling input from communities on the environment of the
Ministry of Public Works
Preparation of Complaints Register and the complaints address (developing of web
site of WINRIP) and provided ACAP to inputting data in the web site.
Preparation of Complaint Handling Procedure (already available on the website
application http://www.winrip-ibrd.com)
The completion of the Initial investigation of a complaint Procedure, and the
procedure for the investigation of Complaints, as well as the conclusion of
investigation (already available on the website application http://www.winripibrd.com)
Monitored and noted the public complaints via SiPP website and WINRIP website,
but until December 2014 have no complaint about the WINRIP programs

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Completion Plan/
Progress Condition
April 18, 2013
Completed on the
middle of Feb. 2014.
April 2014

April 2014

December 2014

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

The establishment of the settlement Commission Handling the Complaint under


the Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Public Works (Executing Agency)

March 2015

Preparation of the device for Executing Agency such as: Procedures


announcement of penalties, procedures for the annual Survey, Procedure Annual
Independent Review, the process of Auctions

March 2015

The development of a code of conduct and actions for Implementing Institutions/


Implementing Agency (Bidders, Suppliers, contractors and Consultants)

March 2015

Support the PMU in the Management and Monitoring of the implementation


policy in handling public complaints

March 2015

Appendix H.4
Works Activities on Publication / Disclosure Activities
No

Subject of Activities / Item of Tasks

Completion Plan/
Progress Condition

Conducted Workshop of Procurement Document Evaluation for POKJA,


Satker/PPK, Balai BBPJN and PMU

February 28, 2013


March 01, 2013

Conducted Workshop of World Bank Guidelines of Procurement for


WINRIP to the POKJA, Satker/PPK, Balai BBPJN and PMU

April 24 25, 2013

Review training materials on Project Management Manual (PMM),


especially CHAPTER XI of the anti-Corruption Action Plan (ACAP)

The second Review of training materials on Project Management Manual


(PMM), Chapter I - XII

The third Review of training materials on Project Management Manual


(PMM), Chapter I - XII

6.

Preparing Method Transparency to the Public, and Improvement the


procedures to the Public Disclosure through information media (website).

7.

The updating of Project Management Manual (PMM), Chapter 3, 9, 11, and


13, has been held in Bogor

June 2014

Delivery of the Preparatory Training for elected TPM for AWP-a packages:
01, 02, and 03

June 2014

Delivery of the Preparatory Training for elected TPM for AWP-a packages:
04

July 2014

10

The implementation of Dissemination/training of the PMM to


Stakeholders for Packages 01, 02, 03, and 04

11

12

13

Inputting / upload / update of data/documents/reports of the Community


Representative Observers (CROs) activities for packages 01, 02, 03, 04, 17,
11, 13, 05, 06, 19, and 15 into the WINRIPs website.
Inputting / upload / update of data/documents/reports of the Third Party
Monitoring (TPM) activities for packages 01, 02, 03, 04, 17, 11, and 13 into
the WINRIPs website.
Inputting / upload / update of data/documents/reports of Procurement of
Contractors for packages 01, 02, 03, 04, 17, 11, 13, 05, 06, and 19 into the
WINRIPs website.

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

First updating April 29, 2013

Second updating on
December 18, 2013
third updating on
April, 2014
Establishment of Information
System (MIS) was finish on
March 2014

September 10 - 11 2014
From August 2013 Jan,. 2015

From August 2013 Jan,. 2015

From August 2013 Jan,. 2015

Monthly Progress Report


No
14
15

16

February 2015
Subject of Activities / Item of Tasks

Inputting / upload / update of data/documents/reports of Environmental


activities for packages 01, 02, 03, 04, 17, 11, 13, 05, 06, and 19 into the
WINRIPs website.
Inputting / upload / update of data/documents/reports of Social Safeguard
/ LARAP for packages 01, 02, 03, 04, 17, 11, 13, 05, 06, and 19 into the
WINRIPs website.
Inputting / upload / update of Progress Report/ Actual Status (fisichal
works and financial) of each package that has been contracted (packages
01, 02, 03, and 04) into the WINRIPs website.

17

Inputting / upload of Monthly Progress Report (MPR December 2012


December 2014) into the WINRIPs website.

18

Inputting / upload of Quarterly Progress Report (QPR December 2012


December 2014) into the WINRIPs website.

19

Delivery the IFM Training for Stakeholders (Official and staff of Satker,
Official and staff of PPK) packages 01, 02, 03, and 04.

Completion Plan/
Progress Condition
From August 2013 Jan,. 2015

From August 2013 Jan,. 2015

From August 2013 Jan,. 2015


Every Month
Every Three Months
26 27 November 2014

Activities Plan for Next Step


1

Delivery of PMM Training for Stakeholders (PPK, contractors and


Supervision Consultants DSC) for Packages 17, 11, 13, 05, 06, 19, and 15

Delivering the other training programs of WINRIP shall inline of project


implementation progress.

Public Expose on ACAP to the civil society forum in each project location
(each package)

start on February 2015 for


Publish the Quarterly Newsletter on official website of MPW and WINRIPs
Quarterly Newsletter Oct. Dec.
website

PMM Training plan on March


2015
Depend on project
implementation progress
Before the construction works
started
Every three months of 2015,

Monitoring of the implementation of disclosure and transparency of


information to each package during contraction period.

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

2014
One time to field site for each
package during contraction
period

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

Appendix I
Performance Indicator

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Appendix I : WINRIP Performance Indicators

Core

Project Development Objective: The development objective is to increase the effective use of selected sections of national roads along the Western Sumatera Corridor by reducing
road user costs.
PDO Level Results Indicators*
Unit of Measure
Baseline
Cumulative Target Values**
Frequency
Data Source/
Responsibility
(2010)
Methodology
for Data
YR 1 YR 2 YR3 YR 4 YR5
Collection
0%
----5%
--20 %
Mid-term
Travel speed
PMU/CTC
Indicator One:
Average passenger travel times reduced by
and ICR
survey
at least 20% on project roads.
(i) For light vehicles with base year Speed
of 51 km/h
(ii) 46 km/h for large buses
(iii) 40 km/h heavy trucks
Indicator Two:
Average vehicle operating cost for a
typical car, bus and heavy truck reduced
by at least 5%, 8%, and 10% respectively,
on project roads
(i) For light vehicles with base year
Vehicle Operating Cost of $US0.19 per
veh-km
(ii) $US0.35 veh-km for large buses
(iii) $US0.65 veh-km for heavy trucks
Indicator Three:
Increase of AADT on project road sections
as per forecast

Km/h

---

---

0%
0%
0%

3%
5%
7%

---

5%
8%
10%

Mid-term
and ICR

AADT
Increases
as per
forecast

ICR

Road condition
and travel speed
surveys. And
use of HDM-IV
VOC estimation
Model

PMU/CTC

Traffic surveys

PMU/CTC

$US/km

AADT

PAD-Annex 7

INTERMEDIATE RESULTS
Intermediate Result (Component One): Betterment and Capacity Expansion of National Roads
Intermediate Result indicator One:
Number of kilometers of improved
national roads in the project region as
planned.
Intermediate Result indicator Two:
Number of meters of improved bridges

0 km

50
km

100
km

300
km

500
km

715 km

SemiAnnually

Reports from
PMU

PMU/CTC

0m

0m

100
m

130
m

160
m

194 m

SemiAnnually

Reports from
PMU

PMU/CTC

km

meter

Core

PDO Level Results Indicators*

Unit of Measure

Baseline
(2010)

Intermediate Result (Component Two): Implementation Support


Intermediate Result indicator One:
Satisfactory completion of technical audits
0%
for all road projects of component 1
Intermediate Result indicator Two:
Satisfactory completion of road safety
0%
audits for all road projects of component 1
Intermediate Result (Component Three): Road Sector Institutional Development
Intermediate Result indicator One:
% of Environment unit staff trained and
capacitated to mitigate disaster risk related
0%
to road network

Cumulative Target Values**


YR 1

YR 2

YR3

YR 4

YR5

20 %

40 %

60 %

80 %

100 %

20 %

40 %

60 %

80 %

100 %

20 %

40 %

50%

75%

100%

Frequency

Data Source/
Methodology

Responsibility
for Data
Collection

SemiAnnually

Reports from
PMU

PMU/CTC

SemiAnnually

Reports from
PMU

PMU/CTC

SemiAnnually

Reports from
PMU and Bank
Supervision

PMU/CTC

Monthly Progress Report

February 2015

Appendix J
Correspondence

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Monthly Progress Report

January 2015

Appendix J Correspondence
INCOMING LETTER
Correspondence
Date
01 February 2015

01 February 2015

From
Kepala BBPJN
Palembang

To
III Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir.
Agusta
E.
Sinulingga, M.T
Ketua POKJA Paket Menteri
Pekerjaan
05
Umum
dan
Perumahan Rakyat

02 February 2015

Ketua POKJA Paket


05

03 February 2015

Direktur
Bina
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T
Direktur
Bina
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

03 February 2015

03 February 2015

Direktur
Bina
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

03 February 2015

Direktur
Bina
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T
Direktur
Bina
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T
Direktur
Bina
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

03 February 2015

04 February 2015

05 February 2015

a.n. Direktur Bina

Activity
Penyampaian Ijin Lingkungan
Paket
Peningkatan
dan
Pelebaran Jalan Ipuh Bantal
(WINRIP) AWP 1, IBRD Loan
No.8043 ID
Usulan Penetapan Pemenang
WINRIP Paket 05: Sp.Rampa
poriaha Satker PJN Wilayah II
Provinsi Sumatera Utara
Kasubdit Sistem
Permohonan
Perpanjangan
Pengendalian
Jaminan (Bid Security) untuk
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Paket 05: Sp.Rampa Poriaha;
Ir.
Agusta
E. WINRIP
Sinulingga, M.T
Direktur
Bina Penyampaian Ijin Lingkungan
Program:
Peningkatan dan Pelebaran
Ir. Harris H. Batubara, Jalan Paket No.04: Ipuh Bantal
M.Eng.Sc
Propinsi Bengkulu; WINRIP
Direktur
Bina Penyampaian RKPPL untuk
Program:
Paket No.1: Krui Biha di
Ir. Harris H. Batubara, Propinsi Lampung dan Paket
M.Eng.Sc
No.04: Ipuh Bantal di Propinsi
Bengkulu; WINRIP
Direktur
Bina Penyampaian Monitoring LARAP
Program:
untuk Paket No.4: Ipuh Bantal,
Ir. Harris H. Batubara, Paket
No.11:
Bantal

M.Eng.Sc
Mukomuko, dan Paket No.16:
Seblat Ipuh Propinsi Bengkulu
Kepala BBPJN III
Penyampaian
NOL
Palembang
Disbursement (F384) untuk
Kontrak Paket No.11: Bantal
Mukomuko; WINRIP
Kepala BBPJN III Penyampaian
NOL
Palembang
Disbursement (F384) untuk
Kontrak Paket No.13: Sp.Rukis
Tj.Kemuning; WINRIP
Direktur
Bina Penyampaian Monitoring LARAP
Program:
untuk Paket No.2: Padang
Ir. Harris H. Batubara, Sawah Sp.Empat, Paket No.3:
M.Eng.Sc
Manggopoh Padang Sawah
Propinsi
Sumatera
Barat;
WINRIP
CTC
Rapat Pembahasan Perubahan

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Monthly Progress Report

Date

10 February 2015

10 February 2015

10 February 2015

10 February 2015

10 February 2015

10 February 2015

10 February 2015

10 February 2015

10 February 2015

From
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir.
Agusta
Sinulingga, M.T

January 2015

To
E.

Activity
Kontrak Paket 02: Padang
Sawah Sp.Empat, Paket No.3:
Manggopoh Padang Sawah
Propinsi
Sumatera
Barat;
WINRIP
TFAC Schedule

Infrastructure
Manager
(Development
Cooperation):
Paul Wright
Direktur
Bina
Program:
Ir.
Harris
H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc
Direktur
Bina
Program:
Ir.
Harris
H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc

Director of Planning:
Ir. Harris H. Batubara,
M.Eng.Sc

Direktur
Bina
Program:
Ir.
Harris
H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc
Director of
Planning:
Ir. Harris H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc
Director of
Planning:
Ir. Harris H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc
Director of
Planning:
Ir. Harris H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc

Bapak
Rektor
Universitas Bengkulu
(UNIB) u.p. Dekan
Fakultas Teknik
Task Team Leade
WINRIP/Senior
Transport Specialist:
Mrs. Elizabeth Goller
Task Team Leade
WINRIP/Senior
Transport Specialist:
Mrs. Elizabeth Goller
Task Team Leade
WINRIP/Senior
Transport Specialist:
Mrs. Elizabeth Goller

Director of
Planning:
Ir. Harris H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc
Direktur
Bina
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

Task Team Leade


WINRIP/Senior
Transport Specialist:
Mrs. Elizabeth Goller
Kepala
BBPJN
I Penyampaian NOL Bank Dunia
Medan
Terhadap Bid Evaluation Report
(BER) untuk Paket No.5:
Simpang Rampa Poriaha
Provinsi
Sumatera
Utara;

Direktur Bina Teknik

Direktur
Bina
Pelaksanaan Wilayah
I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Penyampaian Persetujuan Bank


Dunia Terkait Penggunaan
Sistem E-Procurement untuk
Pemilihan Konsultan; WINRIP
Persetujuan
Bank
Dunia
Terhadap
Rencana
Kerja
Pengelolaan dan Pemantauan
Lingkungan (RKPPL) pada Paket
2: Padang Sawah Simpang
Empat dan Paket 3: Manggopoh
Padang Sawah Propinsi
Sumatera Barat; WINRIP IBRD
Loan 8043-ID
Pemantau Pihak Ketiga atau
Third Party Monitoring (TPM)
Paket 06 dan 19; WINRIP
Submission of Environmental
Clearance for Package No.4:
Ipuh Bantal; WINRIP
Submission of the LARAP
Monitoring Reports; WINRIP
Submission of the LARAP
Monitoring Reports for Package
No.4: Ipuh Bantal; Package
No.11: Bantal Mukomuko and
Package No.16: Ipuh Seblat in
Province of Bengkulu; WINRIP
Action Plan of Management and
Environmental
Monitoring;
WINRIP

Monthly Progress Report

Date
11 February 2015

11 February 2015

January 2015

From

To

Direktur
Bina C TC
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T
Direktur
Bina CTC
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

11 February 2015

Direktur
Bina
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

11 February 2015

Direktur
Bina Kepala
Pelaksanaan
Padang
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

11 February 2015

Direktur
Bina
Program:
Ir.
Harris
H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc
Direktur
Bina
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

11 February 2015

Direktur
Bina
Program:
Ir. Harris H. Batubara,
M.Eng.Sc
II

Direktur
Bina
Pelaksanaan Wilayah
I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T
Direktur
Bina
Program:
Ir. Harris H. Batubara,
M.Eng.Sc

12 February 2015

Direktur
Bina CTC
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

12 February 2015

Site
Engineer DSC
Package No.04
1. Direktur Bina Direktur
Pelaksanaan
Program
Wilayah I
2. Direktur Bina
Teknik

16 February 2015

BBPJN

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Activity
WINRIP
Rapat Lanjutan Percepatan
Pelaksanaan Pekerjaan Fisik
Paket No.04 Ipuh-Bantal di
Propinsi Bengkulu
Rapat Lanjutan Pembahasan
Perubahan Kontrak Paket 02:
Pd.Sawah

Sp.Empat
(Termasuk
Jembatan
Air
Gadang)
dan
Peket
03:
Manggopoh

Pd.Sawah,
Provinsi
Sumatera
Barat;
WINRIP
Permohonan Perubahan Nomor
Rekening
Kontraktor
PT.
Waskita Karya (Pesero) Tbk
untuk Paket 13. Sp.Rukis
Tj.Kemuning Provinsi Bengkulu,
WINRIP
Penyampaian Persetujuan Bank
Dunia Terhadap Rencana Kerja
Pengelolaan dan Pemantauan
Lingkungan (RKPPL) Pada Paket
2: Padang Sawah Simpang
Empat dan Paket 3: Manggopoh
Pd. Sawah
di Propinsi
Sumatera Barat; WINRIP
Technical
Financial
Audit
Consultant
(TFAC)
untuk
Periode February 2015; WINRIP

Penyampaian
Surat
Permohonan
Perpanjangan
Jaminan
Penawaran
(Bid
Security) untuk Paket No.5:
Simpang Rampa Poriaha
Provinsi
Sumatera
Utara;
WINRIP
Undangan Rapat Pembahasan
Teknis atau Perubahan Kontrak
Paket Pelebaran Jalan Ipuh
Bantal (WINRIP) di Provinsi
Bengkulu
Monthly Project Report (MPR)
No.13 covering January 2015
Bina Usulan
Dokumen Detailed
Engineering Design (DED) dan
Engineering Estimate (EE) untuk
Paket No.07, 08, 10 dan 12 di
Provinsi Sumatera Barat

Monthly Progress Report

January 2015

Date
16 February 2015

From
Director of
Planning:
Ir. Harris H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc

To
Task Team Leade
WINRIP/Senior
Transport Specialist:
Mrs. Elizabeth Goller

16 February 2015

Director of
Planning:
Ir. Harris H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc

Task Team Leade


WINRIP/Senior
Transport Specialist:
Mrs. Elizabeth Goller

16 February 2015

Director of
Planning:
Ir. Harris H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc

Task Team Leade


WINRIP/Senior
Transport Specialist:
Mrs. Elizabeth Goller

16 February 2015

Direktur
Bina CTC
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

16 February 2015

Director of
Planning:
Ir. Harris H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc
Site Engineer
Package No.03

17 February 2015
18 February 2015

18 February 2015

18 February 2015

20 February 2015

20 February 2015

POKJA Package
No.05

Task Team Leade


WINRIP/Senior
Transport Specialist:
Mrs. Elizabeth Goller
General
Superintendent
Package No.03
List of Bidders

Activity
Request NOL for Second
Extending of the Bid Validity
Period for the Bidding of
Package No.5: Sp.Rampa
Poriaha in North Sumatera
Province; WINRIP
Request of Explanation Letter
from PT. Yasa Patria Perkasa
(Bidding Process Package No.15:
Sibolga Bts. Tapse); WINRIP
#track 216
Request of Explanation Letter
from PT. Nusa Konstruksi
Enjiniring (Bidding Process
Package No.15: Sibolga Bts.
Tapse); WINRIP #track 217
Rapat Lanjutan Pembahasan
Perubahan Kontrak Paket 02:
Padang Sawah Sp.Empat,
Paket No.3: Manggopoh
Padang
Sawah
Propinsi
Sumatera Barat; WINRIP
Change Bank Account Number
for PT. Waskita Karya, Package
No.13: Sp.Rukis Tj.Kemuning
Shoulder Improvement due to
Scours Water in Sta 13+100 R

2nd Extension of Bid Validity


Including Bid Security for the
Bidding of Package No.5
(Sp.Rampa Poriaha)
POKJA Package
PMU WINRIP,
Acara
Pemasukan
dan
No.05
Kasubdit IB, CTC,
Pembukaan
Penawaran
WPM
(Submission and Opening of
Bids) Paket 15 WINRIP Sibolga
Bts.Tapsel
Direktur Jenderal
Kepala PMU WINRIP
Penyampaian Tindak Lanjut atas
Bina Marga
Laporan Hasil Pemeriksaan atas
Laporan Keuangan Loan World
Bank No.8043 ID Tahun 2013
Direktur
Bina CTC
Ralat
Rapat
Lanjutan
Pelaksanaan
Pembahasan
Perubahan
Wilayah I:
Kontrak Jembatan Air Gadang
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T
Pada Paket 02: Pd.Sawah
Sp.Empat, Provinsi Sumatera
Barat, WINRIP
Direktur
Bina Direktur
Bina Penyampaian Persetujuan Bank
Program:
Pelaksanaan Wilayah Dunia
Terkait
Laporan

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Monthly Progress Report

January 2015

Date

From
Ir. Harris H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc

To
I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

20 February 2015

Direktur
Bina
Program:
Ir. Harris H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc

Direktur
Bina
Pelaksanaan Wilayah
I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

20 February 2015

Direktur
Bina
Program:
Ir. Harris H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc

Direktur
Bina
Pelaksanaan Wilayah
I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

20 February 2015

Direktur
Bina
Program:
Ir. Harris H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc

Direktur
Bina
Pelaksanaan Wilayah
I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

20 February 2015

Direktur
Bina
Program:
Ir. Harris H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc

Direktur
Bina
Pelaksanaan Wilayah
I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

23 February 2015

Direktur
Bina CTC
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

23 February 2015

23 February 2015

Direktur
Bina CTC
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T
DSC
PPK 01

23 February 2015

CTC

PPK 10

24 February 2015

POKJA Package
No.15

CTC

24 February 2015

Direktur Bina

Kasubdit PKLN,

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Activity
Pelaksanaan Monitoring LARAP
untuk Paket No.2 Padang Sawah
Sp.Empat dan Paket No.3
Manggopoh Pd.Sawah di
Provinsi
Sumatera
Barat;
WINRIP IBRD Loan 8043 ID
Penyampaian Surat Bank Dunia
Terkait
Anlisa
Efektivitas
Pelaksanaan
Kebijakan
Perlindungan Lingkungan dan
Sosial
Penyampaian Persetujuan Bank
Dunia
Terkait
Laporan
Pelaksanaan Monitoring LARAP
untuk Paket No.4 Ipuh Bantal,
Paket
No.11
Bantal

Mukomuko dan Paket No.16


Ipuh Seblat di Provinsi
Bengkulu; WINRIP
Surat Persetujuan Bank Dunia
untuk Perpanjangan Kedua
Jaminan
Penawaran
dari
Pengadaan Paket 5: Sp.Rampa
Poriaha di Provinsi Sumatera
Utara; WINRIP
Sanggahan dari PT. Yasa Patria
Perkasa dan PT. Nusa Konstruksi
Enjiniring (Proses Lelang Paket
15: Sibolga Bts. Tapsel);
WINRIP
Ralat
Rapat
Lanjutan
Pembahasan
Perubahan
Kontrak Paket 02: Pd.Sawah
Sp.Empat (Termasuk Jembatan
Air Gadang) dan Peket 03:
Manggopoh

Pd.Sawah,
Provinsi
Sumatera
Barat;
WINRIP
Ralat Rapat Pembahasan Teknis
atau Perubahan Kontrak Paket
Pelebaran Jalan Ipuh Bantal
(WINRIP) di Provinsi Bengkulu
Proposed Revised Typical Cross
Section for Cutting Area
Lahan / Warga Terkena Proyek
(WTP)
Minutes of Bid Opening Package
No.15 (Sibolga Bts. Tapsel);
WINRIP
Penyampaian
Permohonan

Monthly Progress Report

Date

Teknik

January 2015

From

25 February 2015

Kasubdit Teknik
Lingkungan dan
Keselamatan Jalan

25 February 2015

Kasatker
Pelaksanaan Jalan
Nasional Wilayah I
Propinsi Bengkulu

To
Kasubdit TLKJ,
Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I, CTC
Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I selaku
Ketua Pelaksana
Harian PMU WINRIP
CTC

Activity
Pengajuan Anggaran untuk
Keikutsertaan Dalam World
Conference on Disaster Risk
Reduction
Penyampaian REOI dan Jadwal
Pengadaan untuk Pekerjaan
Capacity Building for DGH
Disaster Mitigation; WINRIP
Penandatanganan
Kontrak
Paket No.06: Psr. Pedati
Kerkap dan No.19: Lais
Bintunan

Report Submission
Date
03 February 2015

From
Direktur
Bina
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

Direktur
Bina
Program:
Ir. Harris H. Batubara,
M.Eng.Sc

03 February 2015

Direktur
Bina
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

Direktur
Bina
Program:
Ir. Harris H. Batubara,
M.Eng.Sc

04 February 2015

Direktur
Bina
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

Direktur
Bina
Program:
Ir. Harris H. Batubara,
M.Eng.Sc

10 February 2015

Director of
Planning:
Ir. Harris H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc
Director of
Planning:
Ir. Harris H.
Batubara, M.Eng.Sc

Task Team Leade


WINRIP/Senior
Transport Specialist:
Mrs. Elizabeth Goller
Task Team Leade
WINRIP/Senior
Transport Specialist:
Mrs. Elizabeth Goller

10 February 2015

To

Activity
Penyampaian RKPPL untuk
Paket No.1: Krui Biha di
Propinsi Lampung dan Paket
No.04: Ipuh Bantal di Propinsi
Bengkulu; WINRIP
Penyampaian Monitoring LARAP
untuk Paket No.4: Ipuh Bantal,
Paket
No.11:
Bantal

Mukomuko, dan Paket No.16:


Seblat Ipuh Propinsi Bengkulu
Penyampaian Monitoring LARAP
untuk Paket No.2: Padang
Sawah Sp.Empat, Paket No.3:
Manggopoh Padang Sawah
Propinsi
Sumatera
Barat;
WINRIP
Submission of the LARAP
Monitoring Reports; WINRIP
Submission of the LARAP
Monitoring Reports for Package
No.4: Ipuh Bantal; Package
No.11: Bantal Mukomuko and
Package No.16: Ipuh Seblat in
Province of Bengkulu; WINRIP

Meeting
Date
05 February 2015

From
a.n. Direktur Bina CTC

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

To

Activity
Rapat Pembahasan Perubahan

Monthly Progress Report

Date

11 February 2015

11 February 2015

From
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir.
Agusta
Sinulingga, M.T

January 2015

To
E.

Direktur
Bina C TC
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T
Direktur
Bina CTC
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

12 February 2015

Direktur
Bina CTC
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

16 February 2015

Direktur
Bina CTC
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

18 February 2015

POKJA Package
No.05

20 February 2015

Direktur
Bina CTC
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

23 February 2015

Direktur
Bina CTC
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T

23 February 2015

Direktur
Pelaksanaan
Wilayah I:

PMU WINRIP,
Kasubdit IB, CTC,
WPM

Bina CTC

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Activity
Kontrak Paket 02: Padang
Sawah Sp.Empat, Paket No.3:
Manggopoh Padang Sawah
Propinsi
Sumatera
Barat;
WINRIP
Rapat Lanjutan Percepatan
Pelaksanaan Pekerjaan Fisik
Paket No.04 Ipuh-Bantal di
Propinsi Bengkulu
Rapat Lanjutan Pembahasan
Perubahan Kontrak Paket 02:
Pd.Sawah

Sp.Empat
(Termasuk
Jembatan
Air
Gadang)
dan
Peket
03:
Manggopoh

Pd.Sawah,
Provinsi
Sumatera
Barat;
WINRIP
Undangan Rapat Pembahasan
Teknis atau Perubahan Kontrak
Paket Pelebaran Jalan Ipuh
Bantal (WINRIP) di Provinsi
Bengkulu
Rapat Lanjutan Pembahasan
Perubahan Kontrak Paket 02:
Padang Sawah Sp.Empat,
Paket No.3: Manggopoh
Padang
Sawah
Propinsi
Sumatera Barat; WINRIP
Acara
Pemasukan
dan
Pembukaan
Penawaran
(Submission and Opening of
Bids) Paket 15 WINRIP Sibolga
Bts.Tapsel
Ralat
Rapat
Lanjutan
Pembahasan
Perubahan
Kontrak Jembatan Air Gadang
Pada Paket 02: Pd.Sawah
Sp.Empat, Provinsi Sumatera
Barat, WINRIP
Ralat
Rapat
Lanjutan
Pembahasan
Perubahan
Kontrak Paket 02: Pd.Sawah
Sp.Empat (Termasuk Jembatan
Air Gadang) dan Peket 03:
Manggopoh

Pd.Sawah,
Provinsi
Sumatera
Barat;
WINRIP
Ralat Rapat Pembahasan Teknis
atau Perubahan Kontrak Paket
Pelebaran Jalan Ipuh Bantal

Monthly Progress Report

Date
25 February 2015

From
Ir. Wijaya Seta, M.T
Kasatker
Pelaksanaan Jalan
Nasional Wilayah I
Propinsi Bengkulu

January 2015

To
CTC

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Activity
(WINRIP) di Provinsi Bengkulu
Penandatanganan
Kontrak
Paket No.06: Psr. Pedati
Kerkap dan No.19: Lais
Bintunan; WINRIP

Monthly Progress Report

January 2015

Outgoing Letter
Correspondence
Date
02 February 2015

From
CTC Team Leader:
Cesar T. Arenas

03 February 2015

CTC Team Leader:


Cesar T. Arenas

03 February 2015

CTC Team Leader:


Cesar T. Arenas

03 February 2015

CTC Team Leader:


Cesar T. Arenas

03 February 2015

CTC Team Leader:


Cesar T. Arenas

04 February 2015

CTC Team Leader:


Cesar T. Arenas

06 February 2015

CTC Team Leader:


Cesar T. Arenas

16 February 2015

CTC Team Leader:


Cesar T. Arenas

16 February 2015

CTC Team Leader:


Cesar T. Arenas

To
Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir. Agusta E.
Sinulingga, M.T
Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir. Agusta E.
Sinulingga, M.T
Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir. Agusta E.
Sinulingga, M.T
Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir. Agusta E.
Sinulingga, M.T
Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir. Agusta E.
Sinulingga, M.T
Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir. Agusta E.
Sinulingga, M.T
Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir. Agusta E.
Sinulingga, M.T
Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir. Agusta E.
Sinulingga, M.T
Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir. Agusta E.
Sinulingga, M.T

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Activity
Submission of Site Visit Report
on December 2014 for Package
No.04: Ipuh Bantal in
Bengkulu Province; WINRIP
Submission Report of AntiCorruption Action Plan (ACAP);
WINRIP
Progress of Works as End of
January 2015, Package No.01
(Biha Krui); WINRIP
Progress of Works as End of
January 2015, Package No.02
(Padang Sawah Sp.Empat);
WINRIP
Progress of Works as End of
January 2015, Package No.03
(Manggopoh Padang Sawah);
WINRIP
Second Extension of Bid Validity
For the Bidding of Package 05:
Sp. Rampa - Poriaha; WINRIP
Progress of Works as End of
January 2015, Package No.03
(Manggopoh Padang Sawah);
WINRIP
Status
of
LARAP
Implementation
(Package
No.11: Bantal Mukomuko);
WINRIP
Status
of
LARAP
Implementation
(Package
No.17: Sp.Gunung Kemala
Pg.Tampak); WINRIP

Monthly Progress Report

January 2015

Date
16 February 2015

From
CTC Team Leader:
Cesar T. Arenas

To
Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir. Agusta E.
Sinulingga, M.T

Activity
Submission of Revised LARAP
Documents for Package No. 7
Indrapura Tapan ; No. 8 Bts
Kota Pariaman Manggopoh ;
No. 12 Kambang Indrapura ;
No.14 Painan Kambang in
Province of West Sumatera;
WINRIP Loan IBRD No. 8043-ID

17 February 2015

CTC Team Leader:


Cesar T. Arenas

Status
of
LARAP
Implementation
(Package
No.13: Sp.Rukis Tj.Kemuning);
WINRIP

24 February 2015

CTC Team Leader:


Cesar T. Arenas

26 February 2015

CTC Team Leader:


Cesar T. Arenas

Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir. Agusta E.
Sinulingga, M.T
Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir. Agusta E.
Sinulingga, M.T
Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir. Agusta E.
Sinulingga, M.T

26 February 2015

CTC Team Leader:


Cesar T. Arenas

26 February 2015

CTC Team Leader:


Cesar T. Arenas

26 February 2015

Training Specialist:
Rudjitarjo

Asst. Team Leader


Core Team
Consultant
Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir. Agusta E.
Sinulingga, M.T
PT. Perentjana Djaja

Submission of Interim Quarterly


Financial Report No.8 Period of
October - December 2014;
WINRIP
Submission of The LARAP
Monitoring Reports for Package
No.3 Manggopoh Padang
Sawah in Province of West
Sumatera; WINRIP Loan IBRD
No. 8043-ID
Authority as Team Leader
Leave of Absence to Renew
Work Visa

Permohonan Panjer untuk


Training RKPPL di Bengkulu

Report Submission
Date
02 February 2015

From
CTC Team Leader:
Cesar T. Arenas

03 February 2015

CTC Team Leader:


Cesar T. Arenas

To
Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir. Agusta E.
Sinulingga, M.T
Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir. Agusta E.
Sinulingga, M.T

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

Activity
Submission of Site Visit Report
on December 2014 for Package
No.04: Ipuh Bantal in
Bengkulu Province; WINRIP
Submission Report of AntiCorruption Action Plan (ACAP);
WINRIP

Monthly Progress Report

January 2015

Date
16 February 2015

From
CTC Team Leader:
Cesar T. Arenas

To
Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir. Agusta E.
Sinulingga, M.T

Activity
Submission of Revised LARAP
Documents for Package No. 7
Indrapura Tapan ; No. 8 Bts
Kota Pariaman Manggopoh ;
No. 12 Kambang Indrapura ;
No.14 Painan Kambang in
Province of West Sumatera;
WINRIP Loan IBRD No. 8043-ID

24 February 2015

CTC Team Leader:


Cesar T. Arenas

Kasubdit Sistem
Pengendalian
Wilayah I/PMU OIC:
Ir. Agusta E.
Sinulingga, M.T

Submission of Interim Quarterly


Financial Report No.8 Period of
October - December 2014;
WINRIP

Meeting
Date
-

From
-

Western Indonesia National Roads Improvement Project

To
-

Activity
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