Construction of the southern stands of Teddy Stadium in Jerusalem. The job included constructing the southern stands, complex prefab concrete work, activity rooms and systems.

Ordered by: The Moriah Company for the Development of Jerusalem

Construction of the southern stands in Teddy Stadium, including 10,500 seats, preparation of the lighting system, loudspeaker system, unique filming system, expansive parking, a cutting-edge, equipped press area, as well as renovation of the staff and players’ dressing rooms.

The project included complex prefabricated elements, some of which were cast on site and some in the factory, including saw-tooth roofs and prefab seats in various sizes and cuts, steel constructions for the roof, electromechanics systems including low tension electricity, plumbing and air conditioning, extensive stonework from complex elements.