About the Project

A substantial undertaking spanning an area of approximately 800,000 square meters, this project involved extensive earthwork and construction. Notably, it included the execution of one million cubic meters of paving and asphalt across approximately 250,000 square meters, covering tracks, parking lots, and roads.

The casting of concrete surfaces for airplanes, totaling around 165,000 square meters, was carried out with the assistance of two specialized concrete spreaders. Within the project framework, intricate components such as fuel pipelines with diameters reaching up to 20 meters and a cumulative length of about 10,000 meters, as well as trenches and fuel cells for airports, were constructed. The endeavor also incorporated the establishment of comprehensive electricity and communication infrastructure systems.

Additionally, the project featured the creation of numerous concrete trenches designed to withstand heavy loads, along with the installation of tens of thousands of meters of underground piping for drainage and sewage systems. In a specialized approach for this project, grooved drainage piping was implemented. Furthermore, supporting walls and security fences, constructed from concrete sourced from two dedicated plants due to the substantial quantity required, were integral aspects of the project.


Client: Israel Airport Authority.
Period of Construction: 1999 – 2003
Financial Scope: NIS 250 million

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