Yaniv G. Handasa Ltd.
Construction and finishing works for offices and commercial spaces
|Line of Business:||Construction and finishing works for offices and commercial spaces|
|Address:||Ha’umanot St., 9, North Industrial Area, Netanya, 4250443, P.O.B 8609|
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About Yaniv G. Handasa Ltd.
Yaniv Handasa Ltd. is an experienced, stable and innovative company, and is considered one of the leading construction and finishing works company for offices and commercial spaces in Israel. The company is registered in the Registrar of Contractors under the 100 C-5 classification (The highest of its kind) and has many standard certifications, including ISO 9001.
The company specializes in execution of ground up projects, turnkey interior and finishing projects, for Israel’s largest leading companies including high-tech, start-ups, banks, financial institutions, Pharmaceuticals, large car fleets service centers and display areas, entertainment and commerce centers, movie theaters, law firms, accounting firms, hospitals and more.
The company’s customer list includes Google Israel, Oracle, Bynet, Avis, The Assuta Hospital, HP, Fimi Fund, Property and Building Corp., Deloitte, Taldor, Waze and many others.
Yaniv Handasa is a private company owned by Gal Yaniv – Certified Civil Engineer. Yaniv graduate the Technion in Haifa (B.Sc.) and has an M.B.A from Haifa University. The company was incorporated in 1998, and over the years, it evolved into a professional and skilled organization, with dozens of employees, who are considered the best in their occupational field in Israel.
The workers in the various office departments and the performance personnel on-site demonstrate an impressive integration in order to achieve optimal results, combined with compliance with the most rigorous construction quality standards, for all of the company’s customers.
The company was among the first to implement the breakthrough LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) methodology, and it executes certified green standards projects, including the LEED® Standard, which considered being one of the prominent green construction standards. The company is part of the global LEED organization and is therefore certified to execute LEED projects on various levels. The design and execution processes are constantly controlled, stage by stage, and the customer remains fully and transparently informed of them through up-to-date reports.
The Company’s Values
Yaniv Handasa believes in focusing on the customer, as the company’s main asset. The design and execution processes prioritize the customers’ interests at the top, and thanks to the skills and experience in finishing works from many completed projects, the company is able to deliver high-quality turnkey projects, in accordance with the pre-set budget and schedules. All of the company’s employees, from the CEO, through the administrative staff and to the execution managers, express care, involvement and dedication to the customer, and are a true, committed partner throughout the entire project. The company provides a full warranty throughout the entire testing period, and for any request. The company has a dedicated team for managing the service calls, allocating the resources and caring for their immediate and full handling also in the testing period.
Citi Bank offices, Ramat Hahayal, Tel Aviv: The Citi Bank offices in Ramat Hahayal, Tel-Aviv, serve as a development center for advanced capital market products and applications. The center was built over an area of approx. 3,000 m2, as part of the “Comparative Advantage” program of the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Industry and Commerce. The program provides incentives for technological R&D centers. The project is characterized by an especially high level of design and execution, in terms of materials and smart electro-mechanic systems aspects, and was built under strict LEEDS criteria. It acquired the esteemed rank Platinum LEED.
Google Offices, Electra Tower, Tel-Aviv: Execution of six floors for offices and R&D department in luxurious standards. The project was planned as a green building and the most advanced energy-efficiency principles were implemented, as well as usage of recycled, non-polluting materials. It acquired the esteemed rank Platinum LEED.
Systems and finishing works for Avis, Lod: Avis’s new center includes the company’s headquarters, administrative offices, conference rooms and sale and display areas. The center was constructed over and area of 12,000 m2, and is part of the establishment of a business and service center with a logistics center, a central repair shop and a vehicle storage and distribution center.
The new Assuta Hospital, Ashdod: The project for building the Assuta hospital is one of the most complicated projects from the engineering aspects, and is considered the finishing works project with the largest financial magnitude in Israel. The new Assuta hospital in Ashdod is built over an area of 80,000 m2, and includes an emergency room, an internal medicine department, a childbirth department, a children department and a geriatric department. The operating rooms, the intensive care units and other critical units would operate in the basement level, in order to enable operations also during emergencies.
Yes Planet and Ispro Commercial Center, Be’er-Sheva: Conducting finishing works in dozens of movie theaters for Yes Planet, including IMAX theaters and construction and finishing works at the commercial spaces in the Ispro Kiryat-Yehudit complex in Be’er Sheva. The works included internal construction works in the commercial area and the movie theaters, including various types of ceilings, unique plaster elements, peripheral glass handrails, and various floorings and covers. Data Center for Rad Bynet: Finishing works for a data center facility with a Tier-3 survivability level, in an area owned by Rad-Bynet. The facility was built in a populated parking facility within a short schedule, even though it was executed during the “Tzuk Eitan” operation. The project received many praises due to its technological and engineering complexity.