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Zemach Hammerman Ltd.

Construction and Development of Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Office and Hi-Tech Buildings

Profile

Founding Year 1997
Address 30 Ha'Arba'ah St., Ha'Arba'ah Towers, Southern Tower, 17th Floor Tel Aviv 6473926- View Map
Phone 972-76-5315801 972-4-8214724
Fax 972-76-53159011
Email [email protected]
Company Website www.zhg.co.il
   
   

Managers

Moti Luzon, Deputy CEO - Operation, Zemach Hammerman Ltd.

Moti Luzon

Deputy CEO - Operation

David Amor, Company Secretary & CFO, Zemach Hammerman Ltd.

David Amor

Company Secretary & CFO

Haim Feiglin, CEO, Zemach Hammerman Ltd.

Haim Feiglin

CEO

Adi Peery Harpaz, Deputy CEO - Finance & Development, Zemach Hammerman Ltd.

Adi Peery Harpaz

Deputy CEO - Finance & Development

Ran Ben Avraham, Deputy CEO, Zemach Hammerman Ltd.

Ran Ben Avraham

Deputy CEO

Avi Ben Avraham, Chairman of the Board, Zemach Hammerman Ltd.

Avi Ben Avraham

Chairman of the Board

About


Zemach Hammerman Ltd. is considered one of the most reliable and qualitative real estate companies in Israel and is traded on the TASE. The group is engaged in the development and execution of large-scale office, commercial and residential projects, as well as the execution of additional projects for leading Israeli companies provided by "Turn-Key Project" services. As a developer, Zemach Hammerman is involved in budget-priced and prestigious residential projects as well as high-tech, commercial, office and industrial real estate. The Group adapts its activities to suit market needs in general, and regional market needs in particular. As a contractor, Zemach Hammerman serves some of the largest companies and public entities in Israel, utilizing the most advanced building techniques for the most sophisticated projects. For the past two years the group has also engaged in the field of yielding real estate.

Established in 1997, Zemach Hammerman is made up of two companies that have over 50 years of experience in Israel’s construction and the real estate sector.

The Group has the highest unlimited classification for construction (C5). Zemach Hammerman is certified by the Standards (clearance *) and is an approved Ministry Defense contractor. The group holds the ISO 9002 certification, attesting to its commitments to all parties associated with its activities as well as to safety protocols. The group’s policy is focusing on local activities, while growing its income and minimizing risks. The group considers meeting its obligations as the highest value while meeting the needs of all involved parties: customers, tenants, partners, bankers, suppliers, sub-contractors, planners, inspectors, workers, and others.

Special emphasis is placed on high-quality construction, on-site-safety procedures for both the public and employees, meeting timetables, budget constraints, ensuring strict payment ethics, and proper and fair labor relations.

The group pioneers state-of-the-art building methods, prefabrication, computerization and control technologies in the construction sector.

Zemach Hammerman counts some of Israel’s leading and most financially sound entities among in its customers’ base. The group forms partnerships with other leading companies in the sector to disperse risks. The Zemach Hammerman Group employs a highly experienced staff that includes about 190 local and overseas employees.

Residential Projects

Projects as a Developer: Projects in which the company is involved as a developer include: about 530 apartments in Ramat Gan; about 163 apartments in Neve Tzedek, Tel Aviv; 130 apartments in Alphei Menashe; 340 apartments in Beit Shemesh; 477 apartments in Ganei Tikva, about 685 apartments in Jaffa, about 46 apartments in Givatayim, about 176 apartments in Karmiel, about 68 apartments in Tzur Yitzhak and 745 apartments in Achziv Naharia.

Building as a Contractor: Projects which Zemach Hammerman Ltd. is building for third parties as a contractor are mostly implemented by its subsidiary Sivan Construction, which is owned in equal shares by Zemach Hammerman Ltd. and Sivan Berkovitch who serves as CEO of the subsidiary.

Residential Projects Being Built as a Contractor up to the Key Delivery: Projects in which Zemach Hammerman Ltd. is currently involved as a contractor include 204 residential units in Netanya; 470 residential units in Rehovot; 455 residential units in Tel-Aviv; and 600 units in Herzliya.

Commercial and Office Ventures: About 14,000 sq.m. in Beit Shemesh; about 2,200 sq.m. in Tel Aviv; about 8,800 sq.m. in Ganei Tikva; about 42,800 sq.m. in Givatayim, and several street shops in Neve Tzedek and Jaffa.

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