Sarawak is the largest state in Malaysia, sitting on the island of Borneo (third-largest island in the world and largest in Asia). This tropical rainforest-covered land takes up almost 40% of the size of the entire nation, and houses the longest river in Malaysia.
One of the most major rivers in Sarawak is Batang Lupar River, connecting Kuching city and Sri Aman town. These neighbouring places still use Batang Lupar River as path of transportation. Having learnt Tekla Structures, an enlightened idea to construct a bridge that will someday be utilized by the people between both areas may enhance the transportation system for the state. The bridge design is established to withstand natural disasters such as storm and heavy wind.
The column and base structure are made of S275 steel, of which its plate can be bolted, riveted and welded for a full range of construction and fabrication work including bridges and other general structural projects. C40 concrete has been chosen for base footing and two corrosive resistance carbon steel pipes at each side of the bridge with cable support act as a unique aesthetic feature of the bridge on its wind-resistant structure.