Y.S. Ya’acobi Brothers Ltd.
Pini and Amir Ya’acobi,
and Hanan Assiag
Ortam Sahar Engineering Ltd., Malibu Construction Ltd., and Ortam Sahar Infrastructure, Malibu Boutique & Construction Ltd. own the Group.
Among the most prominent clients of the Malibu Group are Israel’s largest organizations, such as the Ministry of Health, Neve Gad, Israel Railways, Netivei Israel, Bar-Ilan University, the Exhibition Center, representatives of BSR Towers 3 and 4, Clalit Health Maintenance Organization, Gav Yam, Assuta, Oranim (the Tel Aviv SEA 1 promenade project), as well as various purchase groups.
The Malibu Group is a group of leading contracting companies specializing in the execution and planning of unique projects, both in their purpose and in their complexity, with special architectural characteristics. The Group has executed and planned major projects in Israel, including hospitals, universities, hi-tech and office buildings, railway stations, hotels, theaters, courts, museums, Israel Electric facilities, laboratory buildings, clean rooms, buildings for preservation/renovation, specific use buildings for the Airports Authority and much more.
The Malibu Group has many years of experience in these fields and is known for its meticulous adherence to the highest standards of excellence and values in management and execution, while meticulously meeting timetables and stressing the quality of construction. The Group holds the “Unlimited Classification” for construction work.
The Malibu Group is one of the most prominent companies in Israel in the field of residential construction, both in hi-rise towers (20 stories and more) and in the neighborhoods of cottages and saturated construction. The Group has experienced teams in residential construction, that have built thousands of housing units while offering personal attention to project residents and a quick and quality solution throughout the years of warranty.
In addition, the Group specializes in the construction of heavy engineering infrastructures, such as bridges, tunnels, road and rail infrastructure, reinforcement work, anchoring and support, facilities with complex systems and more.
Since 2013, the Malibu Group has operated in the field of integrated entrepreneurship, to leverage its experience in the field of performance contracting and management, and to increase its involvement in the development of residential real estate projects in conjunction with self-execution, focusing on in-demand areas in the periphery.
The company’s goals focus on the high demand for affordable apartments, projects in the periphery and self-construction in price-occupant projects – low land prices and high profitability. The company has the in-depth knowledge, professional expertise and years of experience in order to continue to provide construction solutions, in accordance with the highest standards and uncompromising quality known to the Malibu Group.
Among the entrepreneurial projects – Malibu in Ariel (Ariel A. and Ariel B), Harish Family, Ashkelon Wine City and more. More than 1,100 housing units.
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