Shapir Engineering and Industryשפיר הנדסה ותעשייה

12 Bareket St., Petah Tikva 4951780, Israel Tel: +972-3-9169500

A publicly traded Israeli company that operates in the fields of construction, development, extractives, and infrastructure.

The company operates a quarry and a concrete plant located near the settlement of Nili in the occupied West Bank. The 317 dunam quarry has a maximal annual production capacity of 3.5 million tons and an annual quarrying rate of 1.8 million tons. Shapir has a quarrying authorization agreement for Natuf Quarry, signed in October 2013 between a company subsidiary and the Company for the Development of Mateh Binyamin, managed by the Binyamin settlement regional council, and the Israeli Civil Administration (ICA). The agreement expired in 2015 and has yet to be renewed. The company subsidiary has a quarrying and mining license valid through 31 December 2019, which includes the area of a statutory plan approved in 2017 for the quarry’s expansion.

The company operates a concrete plant in Atarot settlement I.Z. in occupied East Jerusalem, and another in the settlement of Migdal Oz, located in occupied West Bank

The company has carried out housing and infrastructure projects in the settlement neighborhoods of Gilo and Pisgat Ze’ev in East Jerusalem, and projects in the settlements of Maale Adumim and Beit Horon in the West Bank.

The company had constructed two bridges and an interchange in Ramot settlement neighborhood in occupied East Jerusalem; a 350 meter long bridge in the Gush Etzion settlement block in the West Bank and the “Eshkol tunnel” under the Israel Police national headquarters in Kiryat Menachem Begin in East Jerusalem.

According to a contract signed in 2012 by Shapir Engineering and Moriah Jerusalem Development Corporation, Shapir was responsible for paving works in the second section of Road 50, referred to as “Begin South” road, including all its extension. Section two is part of the expansion of Road 50 beyond the Green Line, connecting to the settlement neighborhood of Gilo and to Highway 60 (‘the Tunnels Road).

The company was also involved in infrastructure work for the Tel Aviv Jerusalem fast train (A1), which crosses into the occupied Palestinian territory in two areas.

In 2019, the company and its Spanish partner CAF won a tender for the implementation of the second stage of the Jerusalem light rail. The project entails the extension of the Red Line from the settlement neighborhood of Pisgat Zeev to the settlement neighborhood of Neve Ya’akov and the construction of the Green Line, which will run from Gilo through the city center to Mt. Scopus. The two companies will also operate and maintain both lines.



Major shareholders: Harel Shapira (15.71%); Israel Shapira (15.71%); Gil Shapira (15.71%); Chen Shapira (15.71%); Migdal (5.16%); Clal Insurance (4.96%).

Chairman: Yehuda Segev

CEO: Harel Shapira


Shapir Structures 1991 Ltd; Shapir Civil and Marine Engineering Ltd; Shapir Housing and Building Ltd; Ashtrom Shapir Construction of New Port Ltd (50%); Super N.G. Natural Gas Distribution Company Ltd (50%); Super N.G. Hadera and the Valleys Natural Gas Distribution Company (50%); HaNetiv HaMahir Ltd; 6- Cross North Ltd (80%); shapir Pizzarotti Highway 16 Ltd (50%); Dereh Nof Netivei Hatsafon Ltd; Shapir Quarried and Industries Ltd; Shapir Industries Ltd; Dasael Merhavim Bulk transport Limited Partnership; Roichman Brothers (Shomron) Infrastructures 1993 Ltd.



Company clients include: Israeli Ministry of Defense; Israel Ports Company; Trans Israel Company; Israel Railways; Moriah Jerusalem Development Corporation.

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