Ladika Ladika, Heru Bayuaji Sanggoro


Indonesia as one of the member countries with the largest GDP in the world. has its own challenges to be able to maintain and even increase GDP. In fulfilling this, the government is still trying to increase the provision of infrastructure in Indonesia to support construction developments in industrial areas and work together with the private sector (investors, contractors and operators) to realize the provision of these areas. The process of developing industrial estates this requires tools to analyze risks. In reality it is very difficult to control the emergence of risks that cannot be resolved or overcome, starting from identifying risks to finding ways to reduce their impact on achieving project objectives regarding the level of risk involved. Risk factor analysis is seen from the magnitude of the impact (impact) and the probability (probability) of the risk event. Based on previous research, a summary is made by separating the risk into 2 stages of risk. The first is the risk during pre-construction and the second is during the construction stage. The risk weights and risk categories are obtained from the results of risk identification, the risks identified in development projects in the industrial area are 28 risks and 8 types of risk sources. It is the risks that have quite a large value that are the most dominant risks that occur in development projects in industrial estates, based on the results of an analysis of the frequency of occurrence of risks and based on the impact of the risks that occur. Risk of tender process error, contract document error, standardization differences, community rejection, risk of weather conditions.

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