Interview tentang Pembangunan JIS Bersama Bapak Arnold K selaku Corporate Communication PT JakPro
00:00 Riwayat Proyek JIS
00:52 Luas kawasan stadion
01:12 Tindakan pencegahan banjir rob
02:15 Penjelasan rumput hybrid
Keunggulan rumput hybrid bisa digunakan 1000 jam, sedangkan rumput natural hanya 100 jam.
04:51 Penjelasan pembuatan atap buka tutup
06:00 Green building, green attitude & healthy ecosystem
06:57 Material meprioritaskan produk lokal, eco friendly
07:13 Pekerja mayoritas lokal
08:35 Pembangun berlangsung berapa jam sehari?
09:41 Konsep Smart Stadium
Support touchless dan cashless
10:54 Beda JIS dan stadion yang lain di Indonesia
11:28 Fasilitas JIS: pertanyaan titipan dari @atrisnop
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12:15 Harapan setelah stadion jadi
Quoted from Wikipedia:
Jakarta International Stadium (JIS) is a retractable roof football stadium under construction at Tanjung Priok, Jakarta, Indonesia. Once completed, it will be used as the home ground for Persija Jakarta and will be mostly used for football matches. The stadium will be able to host 82,000 spectators. Construction of the stadium was delayed due to land dispute and class action lawsuit by former squatters whose homes were demolished to make way for the stadium. Construction finally commenced in late 2019 and scheduled to be completed in October 2021.
Liga 1 club Persija Jakarta will be its primary tenant, and this stadium will be their sixth permanent home since their formation, after moving from their current stadium, Gelora Bung Karno Stadium. The stadium complex is built on 22 hectares of land and the stadium building itself is built on 375.7 square meters of land. This stadium will be largest capacity retractable roof stadium in Asia and the second-largest retractable roof stadium by capacity in the world, behind AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Pre-construction and planning
In late 2000s to early 2010s, plans had emerged that a new home stadium for Persija Jakarta would be built in 26.5 hectares of land near the BMW Park in Tanjung Priok, North Jakarta, where squatters had been illegally building homes for the last few years. The stadium was called BMW Stadium after the neighbouring BMW Park and was scheduled to be built by 2013 and completed by 2015.The stadium had a planned capacity of 50,000 and was originally planned to feature a running track. This stadium was to be a replacement of Lebak Bulus Stadium which was demolished for the MRT Jakarta.
By 2014, the stadium’s construction hasn’t been commenced yet since the owner of the land is still disputed by the former squatters and the city government. New plans had been discussed to build the stadium with a brand new design with 80,000 capacity for the 2018 Asian Games, but later the plans were cancelled and the government opted to renovate the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium later in 2016.
The stadium construction started in September 2019 and is expected to be completed in October 2021. The construction of the stadium hasn’t been halted amid the 2019-20 Coronavirus pandemic, albeit safety precautions and medical check-ups for workers has been implemented. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the construction progress has been steadily slowing down caused by the decrease of construction workers and delay of construction materials being shipped and transported for the project.
Jakarta International Stadium is built on par of FIFA standards to accommodate various uses, such as music concerts and art events besides football and other sporting events. The stadium would be developed as a multi-function area. Other than a football stadium, there will also be two outdoor training fields. Other than sports facility, a transit-oriented development (TOD) with hotel and apartments would be developed in the stadium area. The wide pedestrian ramp will connect the stadium complex to the nearby BMW Park. It is planned to develop an agritourist connecting the stadium complex with the neighbouring Cincin reservoir and urban forest. The stadium is proposed to connect with the Jakarta LRT.
The design will have a three-tiered stand design with a total capacity of 82,000 spectators. The total height of the stadium will be 73 meters tall, making it one of the tallest stadiums in the world. It will also have a tiger striped-style facade and seating mosaic themed after the team’s color and mascot, while the stadium shape itself is inspired by traditional Betawi clothing.
The stadium’s playing field is of FIFA regulation size of 105 x 68 meters, and will use a hybrid grass surface. The hybrid grass is going to be a combination of zoysia matrella grass and MIXTO artificial turf imported from Italy and will be used in the outdoor training fields as well. It will be the first football stadium in Indonesia to have a semi-artificial surface.
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