Other Senior Executives
VP Marketing and Sales
Shay Ben Shabat
VP Construction Operation
Almog was established in 1986 by Izhak and Liora Amsalem and over the years became one of the industry leaders. Its great advantage derives from the fact that it serves as the initiator, the planner and the constructor of its various proj-ects. Almog employs a large professional team that consists experienced engineers, work man-agers, construction workers and administrators, who constantly move the company forward. Alm-og Pinui-Binui’s accumulated a project portfolio, which consists about 10,000 residential units in 9 complexes that are currently in advanced stages of planning and licensing.
Almog Pinui-Binui, one of the group’s subsidiar-ies, became one of the largest companies in the urban renewal segment over the past 12 years. Almog Pinui-Binui relies on the professionalism and the longstanding experience of Almog Group as a development and construction company, and benefits from the financial strength and eco-nomic resilience, which provide property owners with full assurance of the projects execution, construction, completion and the upgraded val-ue of the entire area. The numerous successful projects that the company built over the years and hundreds of returning costumers, serve as the Group professional business card and are the source of its pride.
The firm’s customers benefit from close and con-tinuous support from the purchasing stage and throughout the entire project and its comple-tion, from the marketing and customer relations division, with the aim of creating a high-quality, modern, green and holistic residential environ-ment for the buyers.
“Almog Pinui-Binui” – is involved in 9 “Evacu-ate and Rebuild” projects in Israel’s major city centers: Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Haifa, Petach Tikva, Yavne, Bat-Yam, Holon, Be’er Yaakov, and Netanya. The projects are in an advanced execution, planning and permits stages.
“Almog 38” – specializes in locating and promoting “Master Plan 38” (“TAMA 38”) projects and is involved in more than 30 projects located in high-demand areas throughout Israel, including Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Ramat Gan, Herzliya, Ra’anana and Givat Shmu’el.
Almog Carmel West (urban renewal) – 437 units • Almog Yavne (urban renewal) – 487 units • Almog Yigal Alon, Herzliya (urban renewal) – 29 units • Almog, Shoham – 192 units • Almog HaHashmonaim, Modiin – 120 units • Almog – The Complex, Tel Aviv – 70 residential units along with commercial spaces • Kaf-Tet b’November, Bat-Yam – 964 units + commerce spaces and of-fices, (urban renewal) • Kehilat Canada, Tel-Aviv – 800 units + commerce spaces (urban renewal) • Harav Maimon, Bat-Yam – 128 units + commerce spaces • Herzl, Be’er Yaakov – 1,880 units + com-merce spaces (urban renewal) • Galipoli, Tel Aviv – 72 units (urban renewal).
• Almog Center Modiin • Almog Center Talmei Menashe • Almog Center Ariel • Almog Tower Be’er Sheva – residential complex -117 housing units • Assisted living home – Yavne – 420 units (in planning) • Assisted living home Be’er Sheva.
“Saving one soul is equal to saving an entire world”.For the past three decades, Almog Group has been supporting the community in various ways: collaboration with the Israeli Cancer As-sociation, the Association for the Wellbeing of Israel’s Soldiers, Ilan – the Israeli Foundation for Handicapped Children, the Snir Associa-tion and the Society for Promoting Education in Tel Aviv-Jaffa. The Almog Group also grants annu-al scholarships for students. The company’s spirit derives from a sense of belonging, responsibility and a great awareness to the importance of en-gagement in the Israeli society.
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