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Pan Borneo Highway Project – WPC 2

 
 
 
 

Description :

The state Ministry of Infrastructure Development and Transportation informed that the construction of the Sarawak stretch of Pan Borneo Highway from Telok Melano to Sematan has achieved practical completion by the contractor on Jan 4, 2019. This is Pan Borneo Highway Sarawak PDP, Lebuhraya Borneo Utara, and Samling Resources Sdn Bhd. However, the new 32.77km road. Telok Melano is now just a scenic and comfortable 30 minutes’ drive from Sematan with the practical completion of the 32.770 km stretch of the Pan Borneo Highway Sarawak. Construction of the Telok Melano – Sematan stretch began in September 2015 and took 39 months to complete. Although the shortest of all Pan Borneo Highway Sarawak works packages, construction was however not without its challenges. Main contractor, Samling Resources, had to construct the alignment in a Greenfield area criss-crossing six rivers and swamp. With one third of this R5 standard 2-lane dual carriageway road alignment lying within the Samunsam Wildlife Sanctuary, certain unique conditions were imposed on the construction activities.


PCSS has been appointed by Samling Resources Sdn Bhd (SRSB) as their Consultant to monitor Monthly Project Control, Monitoring, and Progress Reporting Planning & Scheduling Assignment by PCSS Planning Engineer on site basis for Development and Upgrading of the Proposed Pan Borneo Highway in the State of Sarawak, Malaysia. Duration of project is for 12 months + 12 months period.


PCSS responsible to provide ongoing project monitoring and activity updates on a weekly basis to determine any changes in the critical path activities and prepare monthly basis according to SRSB’s client reporting requirement. PCSS also assisting in populating the works Programme activities with direct and in-direct resources as determined by SSRB PMT, the assisting in populating the Works Programme activities with cost as determined by SRSB PMT to enable the development of physical and financial progress “S) curves. PCSS has facilitated qualitative risk management workshops with SRSB PMT and other stakeholders to brainstorm potential risks, analysed the outputs and develop mitigation strategies as additional services. Besides that PCSS has implemented Primavera Systems and procedures specifically adapted to SRSB’s scope of work and in accordance with SRSB internal Standard Operating Procedures and their client’s requirements.