The Minister of Defense of the Republic of Indonesia Prabowo Subianto paid a wor visit to the DAHANA Central Management Office (KAMPUS) located in Subang Regency on Monday, November 1, 2021. DAHANA CAMPUS is a building that carries a green concept with a platinum predicate from GBCI.


Situated in Energetic Material Center area of ​​more than 500 hectares, DAHANA Campus, which is also known as the Qibla of Indonesian Explosives with an array of facilities to support the company’s performance.


Visitors can easily see and feel they way DAHANA’s buildings look green in the form of hills or bunkers, which are often referred to as Teletubbies hills.


“The five buildings with identical shapes represent the star on Dahana logo which is derived from the Indonesian Air Force logo, the forerunner of Dahana,” said Juli Jajuli, Public Relations & Institutional Manager of PT DAHANA (Persero) at Dahana Campus (03/11).


Upon entering the office area, visitors will be given the sense that the building is energy efficient in lighting with more use of natural light with an independent water management system by utilizing the surrounding river, rain water, and air conditioning condensation water. The center of Dahana Campus is an auditorium with towering protective nets.


This building has met the standards set by GBCI regarding the fulfillment of green concept standards such as earthquake resistance standards, building fire safety, and accessibility for people with disabilities. The EMC facilities that support the green concept consist of Land Efficient, Energy Efficient, Water local & environmental friendly materials, and healthy indoor water. Another advantage is that 80% of building materials originate from within the country, coupled with the ISO 14001 certificate at the building material factory from 32% of all building materials.


“The green building concept applied to DAHANA Campus is in accordance with the company’s vision to become the leading national industry in high energy materials by producing goods and services that are highly competitive and environmentally friendly,” continued Mr Jajuli.



Thanks to everybody’s countless efforts, DAHANA’s office buildings have received various appreciations from the government and related institutions, such as the Energy Efficient Building in the 2012 National Energy Efficiency Award, the Energy Efficient Building in the New Building category from the 2013 Asean Energy Award, and the Architecture Energetic Material Center in the 2013 ASEAN Energy Efficiency Award. FutureArc Green Leadership 2013.


“It is our hope that DAHANA will be part of our efforts to maintain environmental balance for better nature preservation,” concluded Mr Jajuli.