Marketing

Corina Permatasari
Corina PermatasariAdvisor

Corina is the Chief Operating Officer for Mipcon Group of Companies. She has over 25 years of experience under her belt, taking on many roles suhch as project manager, PMO on the customer and the contractor side in the industrial operations and maintenance services sector. Corina graduated from University of North Sumatera. She is a long-standing volunteer at Project Management Institute Indonesia Chapter. In her spare time, Corina likes to sing, read and takes enjoyment in enjoying delicate cuisines from many places.

Daviah is an Engineering graduate from Bandung Institute of Technology, in Architecture. She has been involved in engineering planning in Shimizu Corporation and Jaya Construction Management that landed major projects such as the IKEA store in Jakarta Garden City and Wijaya Apartment Marketing Gallery. She is currently working as a Planning Engineer for BAM Decorient. Daviah likes to draw or create designs to enhance her skills as a former architecture students. In her spare time she enjoys reading webtoons. Getting involved with PMI is the first experience for Daviah to contribute to the professional community.

Daviah Maziya
Daviah MaziyaBoard Member
Muhammad Aldo Habib Akbar
Muhammad Aldo Habib AkbarBoard Member

Aldo graduated in 2021 in Industrial Engineering and almost immediately jumped into a volunteering role with PMI Indonesia in the Marketing Department. During his university years, has also done some volunteer work in the Engineering Service Community, working together with Korean students to help communities in remote areas. During his spare time, Aldo loves to travel and exercising in pretty much any kind of sports.

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Project Resiliency in the Construction Industry

The impact of COVID-19 on the implementation of construction services is the delay in project completion due to a slowdown in project work. These ongoing projects are constrained by the mobilization and the availability of labour or materials or equipment. To overcome the slowdown in the completion of the project, the work ended temporarily if the project was located in the red zone.

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