ACCRN – ACCCRN aims to catalyse attention, funding, and action on building climate change resilience for poor and vulnerable people.

Indonesia is the largest economy in Southeast Asia and is the world’s fourth most populous nation. Arup’s presence in the country dates back to the 1970s.

 

We were involved in shaping some of the country’s early landmarks including The Peak Twin Towers and Menara Jamsostek in Jakarta, Sumatra’s Siak River Bridge and Shangri-la Hotel in Surabaya. 

 

Today we continue to shape the country’s buildings and infrastructure through projects such as the Jakarta-Bandung High Speed Rail Transport Orientated Development at Karawang and Tegalluar, Probolinggo LNG terminal in East Java, Bander Lampung Water Supply Scheme in Sumatera, Astra Tower in the heart of Jakarta CBD and the Indonesian Convention and Exhibition (ICE) facility in BSD, Jakarta.  

 

Arup has also been involved in Climate Change and Resilience work in Indonesia particularly reviewing Semarang as part of the 100 Resilient Cities (100RC) programme as well as international development work in post-tsunami Aceh.

5Members of staff in the country

1Office in Indonesia