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Risk Mitigation on Infrastructure Port Project Construction
Juliastuti Juliastuti, yureana wijayanti

Last modified: 2022-06-11


Port construction projects have complex work stages and high dependence on internal and external conditions so that the emergence of risks that can cause project delays is elevated. Therefore, it is necessary to apply risk management to identify and overcome the risks that will come. This research uses the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) method to rank risks and determine the most dominant risk parameters for risk analysis. This study shows there are 4 dominant delay risks parameter on the Sanur Port project, with the most dominant risk parameter is the high wave parameter. The effect of high wave risk on the Sanur Port construction project is the delay in project work for 98 days. To reduce the impact of risks that may occur, risk mitigation is carried out on aspects of workers, tools, and methods of implementation.


mitigation, infrastructure, port, construction

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