Joint Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Directors
Joint Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Legal Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Head of Human Resources
Chief Executive Officer – Oron Real Estate
Chief Executive Officer – Oron Ha’megurim
The group operates in Israel’s public and private sectors and its clients include government companies, government ministries and public authorities, including Netivei Israel, Israel Railways, Netivei Ayalon, Moriah, Yaffa Nof, the Ministry of Transportation, the Ministry of Construction and Housing, Israel Electric, Derech Eretz, the Ministry of Defense, The Prime Minister’s Office, the Airports Authority, the Ministry of Health, and some of the leading private bodies in the economy, including Neve Gad, Metropolis, Azorim, Magorit, Ashdar Boutique, Gazit Globe and more.
The Oron Group has three main areas of activity:
Initiation and Urban Renewal:
Oron Real Estate initiates and executes projects in the field of residential construction and urban renewal. The company has extensive and varied professional experience, financial soundness and advanced engineering knowledge with high execution capabilities, all contributing to the perfect residential concept.
The company’s projects throughout the country have an exceptionally high standard of construction, architectural design and meticulous environmental development, along with pampering technical specifications and a high level of service.
The company is building hundreds of housing units as part of “price per occupant” tenders and in recent years has completed many projects nationwide.
As part of projects in the field of “urban renewal,” the company is promoting several projects involving thousands of housing units in the cities of Tel Aviv, Olga Hadera, Bat Yam, Yavne, Hod Hasharon and more.
Construction and Infrastructure:
The construction and infrastructure field of the Oron Group provides a wide range of professional, complementary and complex engineering capabilities in the field of construction and paving, construction of residential projects, construction of bridges, geotechnical work and tunneling
construction of industrial buildings and road paving.
Selected Projects in the Construction and Infrastructure Field:
• Paving of Road 1: Shoresh-Hemed-Motza segment
• Paving of Road 65: Golani-Masad segment
• Building – Israel Railways’ Central 100 Maintenance Facility
• The M-TOWER office tower in Be’er Sheva
• The Yehudit Bridge in Tel Aviv
• Tunnels on the Rosh Ha’Ayin arterial road
• Rosh Ha’Ayin East Interchange – Road 5
• Lahavim interchange
• Pumped water storage unit at Gilboa
• Soda Stream plant at the Lahavim Junction
• Be’er Sheva Science Park – 192 housing units
• Sigaliyot neighborhood in Be’er Sheva – 284 housing units
• Beit neighborhood in Or Yehuda Park – 245 housing units
• Nurit neighborhood in Rishon Le’Zion – 390 housing units
• Metropolis, Givatayim – 131 housing units
• G FASHION Shopping Center Rishon Le’Zion
The industrial sector forms the basis of the group’s raw materials and logistics. The group has stone quarries, concrete plants, a state-of-the-art asphalt plant and extensive transportation and delivery systems.
The company is certified to Quality 9001, Safety 14001 and Environment 18001 standards.
• Quarries • Imported concrete plants
• Asphalt plant • Bulk transport services.
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