Category: Development


BAU: Projek Jambatan Tasik Biru bernilai RM1 juta sebagai mercu tarikan Daerah Bau pada masa akan datang.

Pecah tanah Projek Jambatan Tasik Biru dan Perasmian Pesta Tasik Biru disempurnakan oleh Menteri Muda Infrastruktur dan Pembangunan Pelabuhan Sarawak Datuk Julaihi Narawi pagi ini.

Projek pembinaan jambatan pejalan kaki tersebut panjang 60 meter merentasi kolam tasik biru dijangka siap penghujung tahun depan.

Adun Tasik Biru, Dato Henry Harry Anak Jinep berkata, jambatan berkenaan bakal mengembalikan nostalgia Tasik Biru sebagai ikon pelancongan Daerah Bau.

“Jambatan ini sebagai tarikan kepada pengunjung yang mengunjungi Tasik Biru yang menjadi tumpuan pelancong,” katanya.

Beliau berkata, reka bentuk jambatan berkenaan bersamaan dengan jambatan di Daerah Waihi di New Zealand.


Persiapan berjalan lancar, jom berkampung ke Bau esok

BAU: Persiapan penganjuran Pesta Tasik Biru 2019 berjalan lancar. Jangan lupa bertandang ke Daerah Bau untuk menyaksikan Pesta Tasik Biru.

Adun Tasik Biru, Dato Henry Harry Anak Jinep hadir pada Majlis Raptai untuk melihat persiapan kelancaran Perasmian Pesta Tasik Biru dan Pecah tanah Projek Jambatan Tasik Biru di pentas utama tempat penganjuran Pesta Tasik Biru 2019.

Pecah tanah Projek Jambatan Tasik Biru dan Perasmian Pesta Tasik Biru akan disempurnakan oleh Menteri Muda Infrastruktur dan Pembangunan Pelabuhan Sarawak Datuk Julaihi Narawi pada esok.

Pelbagai acara berlangsung iaitu pertandingan jong regata dan jong cantik yang popular di kalangan masyarakat tempatan.

Selain itu, turut berlangsung pentas rakyat dan persembahan kebudayaan, pertandingan Mr, Mrs Talent Bau Tasik Biru dan Zumba.

Acara jadi tarikan sukan rakyat, gusti lengan, pertandingan e-sports, Kasus Saberkas Tasik Biru dan Bau boat ride tour.

Program pengisian bagi memeriahkan Pesta Bau ialah jualan hasil tani, kraf tangan dan usahwan pertanian, pameran agensi kerajaan.

Sementara itu, Pegawai Daerah Bau Anielia Sitam turut hadir pada majlis tersebut.


CELEBRATING HSE… Trienekens’ staff, contractors and other invited guests group together at the company’s HSE Day in Kuching.

General Manager for Finance and Human Resources, Tan Show Boon presented the HSE Excellence Award for the “Best A.C.T CardsContribution for the year 2018/2019” to Christopher Emile Rossem (right).

HSE Senior Manager, Harris Michael (5th left) presented the “Outstanding Safe Team Performance(Municipal Waste) Awards to (from right) to Mohamad Amin bin Sapari, Ajis Bayod and Luis Rendy Chandy; Adi bin Abd Khaliq, William Sawai and Sapri bin Fadli; as well as Mannen Collin, Tonik bin Jali and Sebli Disut.

“Outstanding Safe Driving (RoRo) Performance Award” recipient Halmai bin Ogik (left) with HSE Senior Manager, Harris Michael. 

In Bintulu, Senior Manager, Patricia Susie Nyisong (left) presented the “Outstanding HSE Performance Award” to Wilbert Entri Beliang.

Trienekens’ Chief Operating Officer, Alice Lee (centre) with Kuching Integrated Waste Management Park HSE excellence award winners (from left) Roysten Rendie Supot, Charles Giyow, Jerry Kenes Tagal and Wira Podin.

EXCELLENT… Group Deputy CEO, Elvin Wee (second left) presented (from right) Charling Nais, Jensonray Sepia and Claudius Munor with the “Outstanding Safe Long Haul Driving Performance”awards.



Trienekens (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd recently held its annualHealth, Safety & Environment (HSE) Week, this year themed “Healthier, Safer, Greener”. Besides promoting health and environmental awareness, the programme also aimed to highlight the importance of continuously maintaining a strong Safety culture at work in order to preserve a workplace free from injuries and incidents. The week-long celebration culminated with special HSE Day events at the company’s Kuching and Bintulu offices.


In Kuching, guest speaker from the Road Transport Department (JPJ), Abang Nazaruddin Sharbini gave a presentation highlighting road safety as well as regulations pertaining to summons and licensing; while Christina Leysia from the Natural Resources and Environment Board, Sarawak gave an awareness talk on air pollution. 


Meanwhile, attendees of the event at Trienekens’ Bintulu Branch attended a talk on road safety by Mohd Amzah bin Ajis of the Road Transport Department (JPJ), Bintulu. Department of Health representative, Dr Lee Sing Seng also gave an awareness talk on the symptoms, diagnosis, prevention and management of Tuberculosis.


Trienekens’ Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Stephen Chin officiated the event in Kuching, and later graced the presentation of Trienekens HSE excellence awards to outstanding groups and individuals for their past year’s HSE performance.


The HSE Excellence Award for the Best A.C.T Card Contribution for the year 2018/2019” was presented to Christopher Emile Rossem of the Business Development Department. The award recognises the employee’s active participation and commitment in ensuring risk minimization at the workplace through the contribution of Accident Control Technique (ACT) cards. 


While the awards for “Outstanding Safe (Municipal Waste) Team Performance” were presented to Mohamad Amin bin Sapari and his team members Ajis Bayod and Luis Rendy Chandy; Adi bin Abd Khaliq and his team members William Sawai and Sapri bin Fadli; as well as Mannen Collin and his team members Tonik bin Jali and Sebli Disut; Halmai bin Ogik was the proud recipient of the “Outstanding Safe Driving (RoRo) Performance” award. 


In Bintulu, the individual award for “Outstanding HSE Performance” went to Wilbert Entri Beliang.


From the Kuching Integrated Waste Management Park, Charles Giyow and Roysten Rendie Supot both received the “Outstanding Safe Performance in Non-Scheduled Waste Operations” awards, while Wira Podin and Jerry Kenes Tagalwere presented with the “Outstanding Safe Performance in Scheduled Waste Operations” awards. The awards for “Outstanding Safe Long-Haul Driving Performance” were presented to Jensonray Sepia, Charling Nais and Claudius Munor.


“The Green Synergy Award” recognizes the best overall performance by participating Divisions in Trienekens’ in-house environmental awareness programmes. Trienekens’ Head Office and Kuching Logistics received the award for achieving the best overall performance in the three main Green Synergy programmes – Recycling, Energy Saving and Fuel Efficiency for the year 2018/2019.


The top two HSE performance awards – “Lost Time Injury (LTI) Free Achievement” award and the coveted “Best Overall Performance in HSE” award – went to the Kuching Integrated Waste Management Park (KIWMP) and KIWMP Maintenance Department respectively.


Trienekens’ sub-contractors were also amongst participants who took part in the day’s activities. “We couldn’t hold an event like this without the full support of our contractors,” said Chin, “Ultimately, we’re all dedicated to achieving the goal of no-harm to people, or ‘Goal Zero’ with regards to safety.”


Trienekens organises and celebrates its HSE Day annually to recognise, reinforce, improve and strengthen HSE knowledge, understanding and skills among employees, besides providing a platform for information sharing with its customers, business partners and associates.



Since the incident of the anchor block at the Matang side tilting during the overall Satok bridge load test, JKR have undertaken an intensive programme of investigations including soil investigation, design and construction review, and daily close monitoring for any further movements of the anchor block. Among the initiatives taken to ensure the stability of the structure is the precautionary measure of taking off the bridge deck plates to reduce the weight and hence the forces acting on the distressed anchor block.

The Ministry of Infrastructure and Port Development has also agreed on the engagement of independent consultants to review the overall bridge design as well as carry out a detailed geotechnical assessment to find out the likely causes of the tilting of the anchor block and to propose permanent rectification work for the bridge.

At this juncture, the bridge is now stable and no further movements of the anchor block is expected. Nevertheless, JKR will still continue to closely monitor the bridge.

With the stability of the bridge having been assured, JKR is now working on a proposed permanent remedial solution, and this will independently assessed and checked by the independent consultants. Remedial works will only proceed when the independent consultants have completed all due checking processes and submitted a final Report and detailed permanent solution to JKR.

A permanent remedial solution is expected to be tangibly worked out by the end of October. Once the finalised detailed drawings and plans have been submitted to JKR, remedial works by the contractor would proceed diligently.

Meanwhile, further site works on the affected structure have been temporarily suspended to avoid and minimise any claims from the contractor due to the downtime.

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Kuching, Thurs:  With the implementation of the urban transportation solution for greater Kuching now almost definite, the state government is exploring the options of employing the latest train technology that could possibly reduced the costs of making it a reality. 

The Chief Minister, Datuk Patinggi (Dr) Abang Haji Abdul Rahman Zohari bin Tun Datuk Abang Haji Opengwas in Nanchang city, China today to view the deployment of the Autonomous Rapid Transit (ART) system that forms part of the city’s urban transportation solution.

“The ART might be able to reduce the costs of implementation of the lines as it can run on non-elevated normal or dedicated roads,” the Chief Minister told Sarawak officers accompanying him during the visit. 

The proposed routes are the Kuching-Samarahan and the Kuching-Serian lines. 

The ART with trains that runs on tyres developed byCRRC Corporations Ltd. does not run on conventional rail tracks but on a virtual track that can be on a dedicated or normal existing roads and controlled by a central command centre. 

The Chief Minister and members of his delegation wereactually taken on a ride on the train along a 5kmline through the city to have a first-hand experience on the ART that can be powered by electricity or hydrogen. 

Later, they were taken on a tour of the production facility near the city before attending a briefing by CRRC. 

Among those accompanying the Chief Minister were the Assistant Minister for Transportation, Datuk Dr. JeripSusil and Chairman of SEDC, Tan Sri Datuk Amar Haji Abdul Aziz Hussain.


Based on the road network planning for Kanowit-Song-Kapit, the actual distance is about 100.9km. The only remaining link is the construction of Ngemah-Temalat Road, Section B Pakej 1(as shown in plan) which covers a total length of 9.6km of R3 standard road with 100m span bridge at Sungai Sebuloh.

The physical progress is 39.73% at the moment and is scheduled to be completed in August 2020. By then, the whole road network to Kapit will be connected. 

At the moment, the road is only accessible from Kanowit to Ngemah. The ongoing 9.6km Ngemah-Temalat link is not ready to be opened for traffic as the road construction is still almost halfway and unsafe to be used by the public. Once completed, this road will then be connected to the completed tar sealed road of Jalan Song/Sipang/SK Temalat and thus, to Kapit.

The completion of this road shall give a huge positive impact to the people not only in Kapit but also to the people of Song, Kanowit and most importantly to the people of Sarawak, in terms of development and economy.

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Date: 30 May 2019