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»Construction Work at Jalan Datuk Mohd Musa (802-1), Samarahan

Road users are advised to be careful while driving along Jalan Datuk Mohd Musa (802-1), Samarahan Division, due to current construction works. The construction works are expected to start from 15 August - 14 November 2020.

Any feedback can be channeled to JKR Samarahan (082-672816 - office hours) or DAL HCM Sdn Bhd (013-564 9941 - after office hours).

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1. Jalan Rambungan - Petra Jaya to Sultan Tengah Roundabout

  • 11/9/2020 - 11/12/2020
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2. Bulatan G4 Kuching/Samarahan/Asajaya Expressway (Q14) Bahagian Samarahan, Sarawak

  • 2/9/2020 - 1/10/2020
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3. Culvert Replacement at Jalan Landeh, Kuching

  • 12/8/2020 - 11/12/2020
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4. Jalan Padawan (Fasa 1) Upgrading Works

  • 20/12/2020 - 11/9/2022
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5. Jalan Datuk Mohd Musa from 8th Mile to Bulatan G3, Kota Samarahan

  • 16/4/2020 - 15/4/2023
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6. Culvert Construction at Jalan Datuk Mohd Musa (802-1), Samarahan

  • 15/8/2020 - 14/11/2020
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17 Sep 2020 - DPW Site Visit - Jambatan Rambungan Project

Date: 17 September 2020

Venue: Batang Rambungan Bridge Project Site

YBhg. Datu Ir. Haji Zuraimi bin Haji Sabki, Director of Public Works has made a visit to the project site of Batang Rambungan Bridge to monitor the physical progress status and issues that may have surfaced throughout the implementation of this project. Under the Coastal Road program, there will be 9 bridges that are going to be constructed which are  Btg. Rambungan, Btg. Lupar, Sg. Krian, Btg. Saribas, Btg. Paloh, Muara Lassa, Btg. Igan and a bridge that will cross Kemena - Jepak in Bintulu. 8 of the projects are already under construction which leaves Batang Lupar Bridge that will connect Sebuyau - Triso which has just completed the design phase. The project is expected to be awarded and implemented by this year. Once completed, the Batang Lupar Bridge will become the longest bridge in Sarawak, at 4.8 km length.

Batang Rambungan Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge with the length of 560m. The current physical progress stood at 0.38% and is expected to be completed in March 2023. The project progress was slightly affected by the recent Movement Control Order (MCO) which ran from 18 March - 9 June 2020. However, the contractor is currently working on the earthworks for the access road and piling works for the bridge embankment.

The contractor has also voiced out their commitment to commence the piling works for Pier 3 and Pier 4 (in the middle of the river) as early as November this year once the boring rig machine has arrived on site. JKR Sarawak is currently closely monitoring the project status through the weekly monitoring progress in order to ensure that the contractor follows the catch-up programme and contractor's resources utility programme that has been planned.

During the visit, Datu DPW has also managed to visit the site office and worker's quarters for the said project. This is to ensure that the contractor has built a high-quality quarters for their workers which is in line with the department's commitment to make sure that the well-being and safety of the workers are well taken care of. The project briefing was delivered by En. Roland Ting (JKR CSTRU) and En. Azrul Fitri, Construction Manager (CSTRU - OPUS). Also present was officers from JKR Headquarters, contractor management team and consultant.

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Sarawak, Malaysia

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