A public Israeli company operating in the fields of construction, infrastructure and green environment.
In 2021, the company's subsidiary Ariel- Wimasor reached an agreement with Shapir and CAF to provide traffic lights that will be connected to the Jerusalem Municipality's control center and the traffic light system Falcon, which was developed by the company and was chosen to manage the traffic in the city for ten years.
Ariel- Wimasor was contracted by the Jerusalem Municipality as an "additional eligible" candidate for the installation and maintenance of traffic lights in and around the city. The company would provide works for traffic lights in areas located on occupied lands, such as roads connecting to the settlement of Ma'aleh Adumim, roads in the French Hill settlement neighborhood, and roads inside the Palestinian villages of Beit Hanina, Shufat and Anata.
In 2021 and 2019, Ariel- Wimasor won contracts worth NIS 135,900 and NIS 152,529 respectively with the Israeli Prison Service (IPS) for providing maintenance for electric gates in the IPS units. In 2019, the company won another contract worth NIS 27,853 with the IPS for fixing an electric gate.
The company was involved in the design, construction and maintenance of the rail-traffic control systems of the Jerusalem light rail, which allocates priority to the light-rail operation. In addition, the company was responsible for the implementation of the Group’s in-house Intelligent Traffic Control system to manage the rail-road interchanges alongside the red line of the Jerusalem light rail. The light rail was designed to connect settlement neighborhoods in occupied East Jerusalem with the western part of the city.
The company also provided maintenance services to the main police headquarters and many other city police headquarters, and provided facility management services for the Ministry of Defense and Israeli army Forces bases and facilities. In 2019, Ariel- Wimasor won a 12-months NIS 400,000 contract with the Israeli police for the maintenance of gates.
In 2019, the company's subsidiary Menolead Herut won a NIS 1,800,000 tender with the Israeli Police to continue providing maintenance work for police structures and systems in the Jerusalem District, which includes the West Bank, the police national headquarters in Jerusalem and the border police headquarters in Jerusalem. The work streched from 02 January 2020 until 30 June 2020.
The company established a central urban center as part of the Israeli government’s Smart City project.
Additionally, the company supplies maintenance services to the tunnels on Route 60 (also known as the “Tunnels Highway”), which leads from Gilo settlement to Gush Etzion.
One of the company’s subsidiaries, Greennet, operates a factory in Atarot settlement industrial zone. The factory received a 25 million NIS governmental grant in order to establish a facility to generate electricity using anaerobic digestion.
Another subsidiary, Menolead Herut Systmes, provides air conditioning maintenance services to the Allenby border crossing in the occupied Jordan valley, in which the Israeli authorities regulate the movement of people and goods between the West Bank and Jordan. In addition, the subsidiary provided maintenance work in Yehuda and Shomron area.