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Meeting the Needs of Learning Facilities, ITS Establishes Tower 2

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Maket gedung Tower 2 ITS yang akan dibangun di area Departemen Teknik Elektro ITS

A mockup of the ITS Tower 2 building, which will be built in the area of ​​the ITS Electrical Engineering Department

ITS Campus, ITS News – After the success of Tower 1, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) rebuilt the Tower 2 building to meet the needs of learning facilities. Starting the construction process, ITS held a groundbreaking ceremony or laying of the first stone for the Tower 2 building located in the ITS Electrical Engineering Department area, Wednesday (27/4).

The construction of Tower 2 results from the collaboration between ITS and PT Wijaya Karya (WIKA). The ceremony was attended directly by ITS Chancellor Prof. Dr. Ir Mochamad Ashari MEng IPU AEng, Secretary of the ITS Board of Trustees (MWA) Dr. Ir Lily Pudjiastuti, Chair of the ITS Academic Senate (SA) Prof. Dr. Syafsir Akhlus, Chair of the ITS Electrical Alumni Association (IKA ELITS) PW East Java Rudy Kurniawan, Director of Operations III PT WIKA Ir Rudi Hartono, as well as several company partners and ITS leadership.

Rektor ITS Prof Dr Ir Mochamad Ashari MEng IPU AEng memberikan sambutan dalam seremoni peletakan batu pertama gedung Tower 2 ITS

ITS Chancellor Prof Dr. Ir Mochamad Ashari MEng IPU AEng gave a speech at the groundbreaking ceremony for the ITS Tower 2 building

Penekanan tombol secara simbolis oleh pimpinan ITS dan PT WIKA yang menandakan dimulainya pembangunan gedung Tower 2 ITS

The symbolic pressing of the button by the leadership of ITS and PT WIKA marked the start of the construction of the ITS Tower 2 building.

In his remarks, the Chancellor, who is often called Ashari, said that the construction of the ITS Tower 2 building was motivated by an increase in the number of ITS students from year to year. “Currently, the number of ITS students has increased from the previous 20 thousand to 25 thousand and will continue to increase in the future,” said Ashari.

From there, he continued, ITS collaborated with PT WIKA to build ITS Tower 2 to meet the needs of the learning infrastructure. This is also considering that ITS has opened several new study programs in the last few years. “With Tower 2, it is hoped that the ITS academic community will feel more comfortable so that the quality of learning can increase,” he said hopefully.

As is known, ITS has built ITS Tower 1, also known as MIPA Tower, since 2012 and has 11 floors. This year, after being delayed by two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic, ITS continues to develop infrastructure on campus aggressively. “In addition to the construction of ITS Tower 2, the construction of ITS Tower 3 and the Language Center has also been planned,” added the professor of Electrical Engineering.

Penyerahan buku ELITS untuk menyambut 60 tahun Teknik Elektro ITS dari Ketua IKA ELITS PW Jatim Rudy Kurniawan (tiga dari kiri) kepada Rektor ITS Prof Dr Ir Mochamad MEng IPU AEng di sela seremoni groundbreaking Tower 2 ITS

The handover of the ELITS book to welcome the 60th anniversary of ITS Electrical Engineering from the Chairman of IKA ELITS PW East Java Rudy Kurniawan (three from left) to ITS Chancellor Prof Dr. Ir Mochamad MEng IPU AEng on the sidelines of the groundbreaking ceremony for ITS Tower 2

The ITS Tower 2 building will be built over the next 11 months. The 1st floor will function as the entrance lobby and showroom. Then, the 2nd floor will be filled with student services and an auditorium. The learning laboratory will fill the 3rd and 9th floors, while the 4th to 8th floors will function as classrooms for several departments.

The 10th floor of the ITS Tower 2 building is for lecturers’ rooms, not only providing facilities for students. Finally, the top floor will function as a multipurpose room with 160 people. The ITS Tower 2 building is also equipped with a Building Automation System (BAS) and Solar Panels to save energy and maintenance costs. (ITS Public Relation/far)

Reporter: Tyara Novia Andhin

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