Mor was founded by Yoav Zilberstein, an engineer with over 40 years of experience in planning and construction. Reuven Mor, C.P.A., also with over 40 years of experience (in accounting and business management), joined Zilberstein, and both, together with the Company’s management team, navigate its operations to this day.
Mor operates simultaneously as an entrepreneurial company, including TAMA 38, and as a contracting company that manages projects for other entrepreneurs. “We can tackle many projects as well as many and varied construction challenges,” The Company’s managers emphasize, “Thanks to our many years of experience and thanks to our professional team of excellent, experienced and honest professionals, who have come a long way with us in a wide variety of projects. They are the professional infrastructure of the Company, and we trust them. “
The Company holds a license from the Contractors Registrar to undertake contracting work under the Unlimited Classification (C-5). The Company may also take part in any civil project for contracting and engineering work in construction and may take part in tenders by government bodies up to the amount of NIS 10 million.
Mor has earned a reputation as a company that stresses quality, complies with all required standards, and undertakes all construction stages with close professional control over its subcontractors. On all its projects, the Company uses innovative materials and technologies that incorporate green construction.
As an entrepreneur, Mor identifies the land reserve and acquires it, carries out all engineering planning, and submits the plans to the various authorities and building committees. After that, the Company undertakes the construction according to the building permits obtained from the local authority. Later on, the Company markets the project to buyers and works them until they populate the apartments.
Some of the Company’s Projects:
• Mitzpe Mor, in Kiryat Tivon – 24 apartments on the mountainside.
• Shlomit, in Shlomi – 21 two-level detached houses. Mor acquired the land from the Ministry of Housing.
• HaGalil, in Carmiel – the land was acquired from a bank through a receiver. The project offers ten apartments (4-5-6 rooms, garden apartments, and some penthouse apartments).
• Ramat Hen, in Carmel, Haifa – two magnificent buildings, one with seven apartments and eight apartments. “Although this project presented us with engineering challenges and the complex slopes of Mount Carmel,” Mor’s managers added, “we have set up a fantastic project, with garden apartments, middle apartments, and penthouse apartments, all of which have been successfully marketed and populated.”
Mor serves as a contractor for numerous projects, for other entrepreneurs. The Company submits bids in tenders issued by the developers and, after winning the tender, serves as the construction arm of the project according to the plans and permits received by the developer – from the completion of the planning to the delivery of the project to the developer, while ensuring adherence to schedules.
TAMA 38 and Evacuation-Re-Construction
Under the TAMA 38/2 concept, Mor establishes direct contact with house committees or neighborhood committees, and under the agreement with them, a new building is planned, along with the demolition of the existing building or buildings. During the construction period, the tenants move from their homes to alternative apartments or rented apartments, and at the end of the construction period, they receive larger apartments in the new building. “The Company considers itself a leader in the TAMA 38 field,” Company managers state.
• “The values that the Mor believes in are based on professionalism and reliability and form the basis of its activities.”
• “Our vision is to continue to lead residential and commercial projects, with a strong emphasis on the quality of construction and finishing.”
• “We are constantly facing new challenges and developing trends in the field.”
• “We see before our eyes quality construction for future generations.”
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