Davy Sukamta & Partners is a professional engineering consultant based in Indonesia, providing first-class personalised service to clients all over the world.
Established in 1989, our firm has become one of the most highly regarded engineering consultants in the Asia Pacific region. We have a proven track record that has consistently attracted high-profile clients.
From the early phase of a design to completion, our top priority is understanding our client’s perspective. We want to make their vision a reality and we put our passion and commitment into every project.
We apply expertise from multiple disciplines and foster a culture of growth within our workplace to drive innovation. Our approach consistently delivers a high level of quality in all our projects, and a cost-conscious design that satisfies the needs of our clients and stakeholders.
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From designing the first core-wall and outrigger-system in Indonesia to the Indonesia-1 supertall tower, Davy Sukamta & Partners has long been at the forefront of innovation within the construction industry. See some of the highlights from decades of our history.
Designed the first Reinforced Concrete core-wall and outriggers structure; upon completion, it was the tallest building in Indonesia. The 52-story Amartapura Residential Towers uses high strength concrete grade of 60 MPa when the industry standard was still at 25 – 35 MPa.
Designed The Gran Mahakam hotel with the top-down construction method, excavating 11-meters deep just 1.5 metres away from two-to-three-story neighbouring buildings.
Utilized sacrificial cell method to load test bored-piles for The Pakubuwono Residence.
The City Tower office set the record for construction speed of multi-story building by completing 30-story structure in four months. The office was built using a composite structural system, comprising concrete-filled tube columns and composite steel trusses as the floor system.
Designed the Plaza Indonesia Extension, the first building designed using the up-down construction method in Indonesia. The two residential and office towers, 48 and 42 stories high, contained six-level podiums and five-level basements. This project was completed in 36 months, saving a massive 11 months of construction time.
Designed the 25-story Gudang Garam office tower, the first base-isolated tall building in Southeast Asia. A similar base-isolation approach was subsequently utilised for the construction of 27-story Puri Matahari Tower in 2012.
Carried out a Performance-Based Seismic Design for the 50-story Pakubuwono Signature tower. This project advanced the State-of-Practice for Seismic Design in Indonesia, and the paper on it was published in International Journal of High-Rise Buildings Volume 1 Number 3 issued by Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitats.
Designed the super-tall, 63-story Indonesia-1 tower. Standing 303 meters tall, it was constructed using the unequal height synchronous rise method for the tower and the top-down method for the 7-level deep basement. The lateral system of the tower consists of Reinforced Concrete core-walls with outrigger and composite steel beams as the floor system.
Designed the JIExpo Convention Centre and Theater; a world-class theatre and acoustical facility, which can hold up to 2,500 seating capacity. The design consists of long-span steel trusses with a complex transfer system, constructed using the heavy-lifting method.