Other Senior Executives
Head of Investments and Foreign Operations
CEO BST Development
Moshe Oz Cohen
BST Construction is the oldest company in the group. The Company has acquired a professional reputation for its proven ability to complete complex projects on time, within budget and with a total commitment to customer satisfaction. The Company’s team includes professional engineers and project managers with vast experience, alongside various technical experts and an efficient and experienced headquarters. State-of-the-art technologies and advanced equipment are utilized in carrying out the projects.
Some of the projects completed and currently under construction:
• TOHA Tower, Tel Aviv • Azrieli Business Park, Holon • Azrieli Town office & residence, Tel Aviv • Rubinstein Twin Towers, Tel Aviv • Amot, Holon • Global Towers, Petah Tikva • Apple building, Herzliya Pituach • Business Park Office Building, Herzliya • Gindi TLV shopping mall, Tel Aviv • H Tower, Tel Aviv • Comverse Campus in Ra’anana • International Stadium Sami Ofer, Haifa • Strauss Logistics Center and Offices, Shoham • Platinum Tower, Petah Tikva • Menorah Insurance Building in Ramat Gan • Lubinsky Center, Rishon Le’Zion • Technion Dorms, Haifa.
Buildup – Built to Give More
Buildup is a fully owned BST Construction subsidiary and specializes in the finishing work of luxury towers and complex large-scale projects.
BST Development specializes in developing and constructing large-scale, prestigious projects, including luxury apartment towers, shopping malls, and commercial centers. The Group has already developed projects such as Galey Carmel residential tower in Tirat HaCarmel; Savion Tower residential high-rise in Ramat Gan; Savion Platinum residential tower in Ramat Gan; Savionei residential neighborhood in Kfar Saba; residential tower projects in Haifa, and well as many other projects. Some of these developments are undertaken together with Israel’s most reputable and outstanding partners.
In addition, BST planned and executed commercial projects such as Big Fashion Mall in Nazareth, We Center commercial complex in Baqa, and projects as part of Buyer’s Price Program (Mechir Lamishtaken) and Urban Renewal program.
BST International, managed by Alaa Tannous, is involved in overseas real estate investments, mainly in Canada. Its business strategy vis-à-vis foreign investments is based on direct and close involvement in the selection and management of the investments, together with its strategic partners that bring added value in the target countries. The company currently operates in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) area and, together with partners, owns medical centers with an overall area of over 300,000 Sq. ft. and additional developments rights, and 2 residential properties with more than 200 units.
Some of BST’s Major Clients
• Azrieli Group • Ofer Investments • Rubinstein Group • Amot Group • Gav Yam Real Estate • Isras Group • Gindi Investments • Carasso Real Estate Group • Hagag Group • Strauss Group • Blue Square Real Estate • Haifa International Stadium.
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