The Lohamei Sinai Project in Ramat Gan

The Lohamei Sinai project in Ramat Gan is an urban renewal project where Gadish is the developer and the project manager. The building is located in a corner lot with a first-class strategic location, that connects the streets of Lohamei Sinai and Moriah in Ramat Gan.

The building is attractively and strategically located at the heart of Ramat Gan, with a convenient access to major transport arteries and proximity to commerce and entertainment areas. The building is characterized by a modern and attentive design in every apartment, each apartment has a balcony that overlooks green landscapes and areas, a spectacular view that provides a sense of homeliness alongside luxury.

The Chords Bridge (“Gesher HaMeitarim”)

Gadish was selected to play a major role in creating one of the modern symbols of the city of Jerusalem – building the Chords Bridge which is used by the light rail between Yafo St. and Herzl Av., without disrupting traffic at the entry point of the city. The bridge’s planner, Santiago Calatrava, is renowned mainly for the numerous bridges that he planned in Switzerland, Spain and Austria. Gadish Group was entrusted with the planning management, execution management and supervision of this important project.

The Calatrava Bridge – an arch bridge with 3 radiuses, about 360 meters long, with a span of 140 meters without supports, a weight of about 4,000 tons, and 70 cables, 100 piles

The complexity of building the bridge included preliminary works for executing infrastructures, executing traffic arrangements, pedestrian access and caring for the residents. In light of the proximity of the site to residential areas, every means possible has been taken to minimize the negative impact on the residents’ quality of life.

Connecting the Bay Port

Gadish was chosen by the Israel Ports Company to be the Project Management Company, a role which includes the management of four management companies in 4 execution segments. The works would include: connecting infrastructures to the new port, including roads, interchanges, railroads and a rail tunnel, 7 bridges, and the jewel in the crown – a unique infrastructure tunnel for delivering hazardous materials, 2.2 kilometers long
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Herling Bridge

Gadish was chosen to mange the planning and execution of this project, which would connect Em HaMoshavot Rd. with Lehi Street in Bnei Brak, above the railroads, and would create access to a future residential neighborhood that would include 2,100 housing units and an employment area which would cover an area of approx. 1.5 million m2 and would include commerce, offices and Hi-Tech buildings

:The project would include 3 bridges which are planned in three segments

  • A northern ramp along HaEtzel St. – HaEtzel Bridge, about 157 meters long and 30 meters wide
  •  Herling Bridge, at the center, with a length of about 294 meters and a width of about 30 meters
  •  The Em HaMoshavot Ramp, at the southern segment, about 228 meters long and 16 meters wide

The project included casting piles and building acoustic walls. The construction process is planned and coordinated as to prevent the disruption of the normal flow of life in nearby roads and enable the everyday routine to continue uninterrupted

Upgrading and developing streets in Jerusalem

Project description: Upgrading the following streets in Jerusalem: Derech Bethlehem Street, Chopin Square and Palmach Street, Ussishkin Street, Ma’ale Nahal Darga and Nahal Darga Lower, Rambam St., the works included upgrading the sewage and drainage system, communication, lighting, Sidewalks, paving roads and traffic arrangements.

Dan Bike Lanes

Gadish was chosen to be the customer’s primary project management company, and responsible for the management of the planning and execution of 5 management companies and more than 70 planners for 8 bike lanes. 30% of the lanes and trails network is located in Tel Aviv and the works would include the execution of 20 multilevel intersection

Dan Bike Lanes is a “green” project with national importance, aimed at managing the paving of the intercity bike lanes in Gush Dan, which would include 10 lanes that would connect the 14 cities of this metropolitan area


The Tel Aviv Metro is a subway system with three lines that will be a complementary system to the light rail. It is intended to expand the network of lines to the more remote suburbs – Kfar Saba and Raanana in the north, Petah Tikva in the east and streets in the south, and significantly shorten travel times to employment centers in Tel Aviv.

The estimated cost of the entire system is about NIS 150 billion.

According to NTA’s plan, the first phase of the system will operate in 2032, and the second phase will operate in 2040.

The Tel Aviv Metro network is  the largest infrastructure project ever built in Istael and, consisting of:

• 3 lines (M1, M2, M3)

• 150 km of track (139 km of tunnels)

• 109 stations

• 7 Hubs

• 4 Depots

The METAV consortium, consisting of the Gadish and Egis staff, which includes 92 employees (45 locals and 47 foreigners), was appointed by NTA as the network manager of the Tel Aviv Metro on 11/30/21.

The main stages of the metro program are:


• Development

• Delivery

• Operation

The PDP phase includes formulating a strategy for a project in any field from financing through engineering to work processes. The scope of work of the PDP phase consists of 20 chapters and 43 products, which according to the contract, have a set deadline for each product to be delivered. The duration of the PDP phase is 18 months.

NTP for PDP is given on 02/03/2022.

Highway 6 – Cross-Israel

Gadish was chosen to manage the execution of the first toll road in Israel to be managed by a private developer – Derech Eretz Highways, in a B.O.T. format. The length of this road segment is 28 kilometers and it includes 6 interchanges, 29 bridges and culverts which were executed in various methods, and two 18-meter-wide tunnels with a total length of 910 meters

Unique cutting-edge control and command systems were installed in the road, and they are connected to the road’s control center in the Nahshonim Interchange. Gadish was chosen to manage the execution of the road, including coordinating the works with dozens of subcontractors which worked simultaneously in the field, and supervising the project’s quality control

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Emek Sarah Industrial Zone

Gadish was chosen to be the managing company on behalf of the Ministry of Economics to develop this industrial zone, including managing the zoning plans proceedings, detailed planning management and execution management, including road sub-grading, subterranean infrastructure, development, landscape and irrigation.

Road 9

The project was ordered by the Ministry of Transportation, the Jerusalem Municipality and Moriah Company Ltd. This road constitutes an addition western entrance to Jerusalem, connects national Road 1 from Motza to the neighborhood of Ramot Shlomo in northern Jerusalem. The road is about 4.8 kilometers long, with two lanes in each direction, and it includes: 2 complex interchanges, 6 bridges and 2 tunnels with an overall length of 700 meters, which were executed through boring, while supporting with rock blots and shotcrete, with a finishing of mold-cast concrete

The construction of the bridges in the interchange was executed with an overhead crane (gantry crane), which enabled to install the bridge elements above the steep slopes of Emek HaArazim and with height differentials of about 40 meters. The execution of works in this method protected the nature and environment along the project