Brantas Abipraya Working on Condotel Development Project in Bintan

By : Hariyanto And Aldi Firhand. A | Tuesday, September 12 2017 - 23:05 IWST

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - PT Brantas Abipraya (Persero) conducts the groundbreaking of the vertical building for Condotel Melia Bintan in Sebong Bay, Bintan Island, Riau Islands.

President Director Bambang E Marsono said that this condominium-style condo stands on 6 hectares of land, with a total of 319 floors. The project owner is Kurnia Land.

"The scope of our work includes the structure of 3 towers and 1 ballroom," Bambang said through a press release received Tuesday (12/09/2017).

Bambang said the condotel development is a pride of the company because it is still trusted by many parties, both state and private to work on strategic infrastructure projects.

"We are optimistic that the well-planned infrastructure development, in this case the hotel infrastructure of Condotel Melia Bintan, will also spur economic movement with the opening of employment and increasing the growth of tourism in Indonesia especially in Riau Islands and surrounding areas," he explained.

With this condotel development project, Abipraya showed its steadiness and seriousness in exploring the building business besides SDA (Water Resources) projects such as irrigation, dams and roads and bridges.

This has also been seen with other Abepraya building projects. For example Urban Heights Residence, high rise building more than 29 floors, and has pocketed Realestate Creative Awards 2017 awards.

"In accordance with our commitment to always provide the best in every project done, Brantas Abipraya hopes that with Condotel Melia Bintan targeted to finish in July 2018 tomorrow this can add Bintan charm and become a priority destination for travel," he explained.

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