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The 18th Asian Games Jakarta 2018


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Jakarta International Velodrome
-> http://www.coxarchitecture.com.au/project/jakarta-international-velodrome/


Current Progress...

In association with BKM Indonesia
Client: ES Global Ltd
Project Status: In Progress, 2015-Current
Estimated Completion: June 2018
Key Consultants: Mott MacDonald
Contractor / Builder: Wika
Cost: $51,000,000

The Jakarta International Velodrome will be a vibrant and dynamic stadium, developed primarily as a key venue for the 2018 Asian Games. The project will add vitality to the immediate precinct for years to come through the provision of legacy opportunities inherent in the siting and planning of the facility. The site is located within a broader sports precinct and is arranged to suit a master planned experience with a focus on public plaza spaces for large spectator movements.

The design combines a series of earth berms that contribute to the public arrival sequence. The Velodrome has a membrane roof and wall cladding above the concourse level, which includes translucent elements to allow natural daylight into the building whilst transforming the building into a glowing lantern in the evening.

The building is a permanent facility, however the roof technology is based on our construction partner ES Global Ltd’s kit of modular structural parts, most commonly used in their temporary sports and event buildings.

The building will be used for cycling competition and training as well as for events and court sports on the infield, including the popular Futsal.

This project follows COX’s recently completed Indonesia Convention and Exhibition Centre, which is also an Asian Games Venue, as well as the Queensland State Velodrome for the 2018 Commonwealth Games. The recent work in velodromes continues COX Sport’s demonstrated performance spanning over 40 years, beginning with Canberra’s Bruce Stadium.

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Yes till Next Year probably...


Btw last weekend, there were workshop for our Ceremonies Preparations, from BWS (Balich Worldwide Show) - that handle some Olympics ceremonies (Rio, Soci) and handovers (Tokyo)...

All sources by Liana Nicoline





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Ssangyong to build 2018 Asian Games Information System


Jakarta, Indonesia, November 17, 2016: The Olympic Council of Asia signed a three-party Master Service Agreement with the Indonesian Asian Games Organising Committee (INASGOC) and Ssangyong Information and Communications Corp. (SICC) in Jakarta on Thursday.

The agreement is for Ssangyong to build the Asian Games Information System (AGIS) for the OCA’s 18th Asian Games in Jakarta-Palembang in 2018.

The integrated information service will include the competition schedule, venues, results, new records, athlete profiles, transportation and other data which is vital for the smooth operation of a major international multi-sport event.

“Cooperation between the OCA and Ssangyong is one of the requirements to make the 18th Asian Games Jakarta-Palembang 2018 a big success,” said Anton Subowo, on behalf of INASGOC.

“We are confident that, with this cooperation, the 2018 Asian Games will be managed by experienced people.”

The AGIS will be the brains of the 2018 Asian Games containing all the important information for athletes, National Olympic Committees, media and public.

Ssangyong CEO Seung-Gi Kim said: “We welcome the cooperation with INASGOC to support a successful Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games 2018.

“We guarantee that the information system we will provide for the 2018 Asian Games will be equal, if not better, than that for the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon because we will apply the latest technology.”


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