Joint CEO and Planning Team Leader in the DEL Group. Graduate of the Technion Institute of Technology in the Civil Engineering Faculty with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Joined DEL in 1992. In his work at DEL, is engaged in and specializes in the preliminary and detailed design of municipal and intercity road systems (the entrance interchange into Ben Gurion Airport, the Tikvah Interchange, neighborhoods in Beit Shemesh, the Har Homa project, the deepening of the Aluf Sadeh-Hayarden Interchange, and the Raul Wallenberg-Shitreet Interchange), the design of industrial zones (Intel, Kiryat Gat, Ekron), works with the IDF Construction Center (access roads at the northern border and along the Seam Line), as well as railway planning (the Ben Gurion Airport-Modi’in Railway, the Railway to Eilat and others)
Joint CEO and Planning Team Leader in the DEL Group. Graduate of the Technion Institute of Technology in Civil Engineering in 1987.
Since working at DEL, has been engaged in preliminary and detailed design of highway systems, residential areas (the City of Modi’in and Government Center in Jerusalem), rural towns and villages, and infrastructure coordination. Specializes in the design of light rail and manages the design of the Light Rail Project in Jerusalem and the Metro Project in Metropolitan Tel Aviv.
Joint CEO and Planning Team Leader in the DEL Group, honors graduate of the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Technion Institute of Technology, Haifain 1998.
Worked as a highway and site development designer with Shacham Engineering, during the years 1998-2000 and joined Del in 2000.
Specializes in highway and site development design. Among projects that he has designed are included: planning of Highway 431 in Modi’in from the Anabe Interchange to Hahashmonaim Street, planning of the Modi’in Central Business District, planning of the Modi’in Employment Zone, planning of the road network at Kiryat Leum in Jerusalem, planning of the Ganei Ad Cemetery in the old Baraket quarries and the planning of logistical centers at Airport City.
Partner in the Company and Manager of DEL Engineering. Completed studies at the Technion Institute of Technology in 1971, where he began his professional work as an engineer at the Civil Engineering & Surveys Co., where he was engaged for a period of about seven years in the design of projects in Israel and thereafter joined the DEL Group.
Responsible for the design of a variety of projects such as expressways and interchange systems (Highway 431), large urban neighborhoods (Modi’in, Ramat Beer Sheva), industrial zones, airport projects (Ben Gurion Airport 2000) and railways (the Railway to Eilat and the Ben Gurion-Modi’in railway), light rail and Metro (the Tel Aviv Metro Project and the Jerusalem Light Rail Project).
Specializes in the design and design management of multidisciplinary projects.
Senior Partner and Chairman of the Board. Graduate of the Technion Israel Institute of Technology with a B. Sc. in Civil Engineering in 1973 and a Masters in Transportation Engineering in 1990. Completed 20 years of regular army service in the Engineering Corps of the Israel Air Force Construction Unit in the fields of management, organization, development, planning and project coordination. Final position – Head of the IAF Construction Department with the rank of Colonel.
Experienced in the management of large teams of engineers and professional workers, acquaintance with and contact with most of the governmental and public bodies operating in the construction field in Israel.
With his retirement from the IDF in 1993, joined the DELGroup and was appointed CEO of HPT, Ltd., which is engaged in the development of infrastructure for industrial zones on behalf of the Ministry of Trade & Industry and in the management of design works, marketing and development of infrastructure for various projects on behalf of the Israel Land Administration. Has been serving since 2008 as the principal lead in a project developing transportation infrastructure in the minority and other sectors on behalf of the Ministry of Transport & Road Safety.
Has been serving since 2000 as CEO of DEL Engineering
Partner and Team Leader in the DEL Group. He graduated in 2008 from the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the Technion. Eitan joined DEL after completing his studies and has since specialized in early and detailed physical and traffic planning for urban and interurban roads, as well as rail planning.
Amongst other projects, Eitan is involved in detailed planning and implementation of Highway 20 in the section between Herzliya and Shmaryahu East, the Blue Line (light rail) in Jerusalem, separators along Highway 65-Wadi Ara, Route 1 in the section between Hemed Interchange and the entrance to Jerusalem, Highway 16 in the section connecting the Motza Interchange and Begin Street in Jerusalem, including the planning of three interchanges and 3km of tunnel sections, planning and supervising Route 200, residential neighborhoods such as the Flower District in Kiryat Gat and Neve Menachem in Beer Sheva.
Partner and Lead Engineer in the DEL Group, graduate of the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Technion Institute of Technology, Haifa in 1999.
Joined Del in 2000 and since then has specialized in preliminary and detailed design of municipal rail systems, intercity railways and highway design.
Among projects on which she is working include: design of the Red Line of the Tel Aviv Light Rail Project, the Tel Aviv Metropolitan Mass Transit Master Plan, design of the Timnah-Taba section of the railway line to Eilat, highway and traffic planning at the F Site in Modi’in and the Barak Regiment section of Highway 90.
Partner and Lead Engineer in the DEL Group, graduate of the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Technion Institute of Technology, Haifa in 2000.
Joined Del in 1998 as a student and later on joined the firm as a permanent staff member.
In his work, he specializes in the preliminary and detailed design of municipal and intercity roadways, traffic and transportation planning, utilities coordination for highways and railway design.
Among projects he has designed and is currently designing are included:20 km of access roads to military outposts in the Har Dov sector, the Mivtzah Kadesh Bridge in Tel Aviv, widening of Highway 453 and planning of 20 km of railway track in the Ben Gurion Airport-Modi’in alignment.
Partner and Team Leader in DEL Group, Master’s degree graduate of the Roadway & Runway Engineering Department, Krasnodar Polytechnic Institute.
During the years 1994-1999, worked as a designer with the office of Crock and Boydek and joined the DEL Group in 1999.
Specializes in highway design; among which are Highway 431, National Highway 1 for the Israel National Roads Company, Highway 9, Highway 16 and the Western ring road for the City of Jerusalem and the Ramot Neighborhood in Beer Sheva for the Ministry of Housing & Construction.
Partner in the Company and head of a planning team at DEL Engineering’s Tel Aviv Branch. Studied at the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Technion Institute of Technology during the years 1972-1977 majoring in transportation engineering and soils.
Formerly served as a Branch Manager for Amy Metom Engineers & Consultants Ltd in Nigeria, which designed 250 kilometers of intercity and municipal highways in the states of Ondo, Als Katsina, Akure and Anambra. In his current role as responsible for a design team, he is engaged in a wide variety of traffic and highway engineering projects such as new neighborhoods (Kiryat Gat, Beit Shemesh, Kiryat Ekron and Gan Yavne), expressways, industrial zones (Intel at Kiryat Gat) and IDF bases