During its years of operation, the company had executed hundreds of projects, most importantly:
1969-1975 – Restoring, preserving and developing Yemin Moshe neighborhood.
1966-1969 – restoration of the Hutzot Hayotzer complex while initiating the annual fair in the compound, as well as operating it for over 30 years.
1984-1987 – Restoring, preserving and developing Nahalat Shiva neighborhood
1985-2010 – Restoring, preserving and developing public infrastructure systems in the city center (replacement of existing infrastructures, flooring, and gardening solutions) at Ben-Yehuda pedestrian mall, Dorot Rishonim street, Salomon street, Hachavatzelet street compound, Mordechai Ben-Halel street and more).
From 1970 and to this day – restoring, preserving and developing various compounds in the public and promoting areas.
Jaffa Gate Square, Hashalshelet street, Hanotzrim street, various streets and alleys in the Christian, Muslim and Armenian quarters.
From 1980 and to this day – the King Valley Project, including the restoration and upgrade of Ben Hinnom Valley, Yad Avshalom Observation Point, the Ophel Promenade, the Mount of Olives Observation Point, the Kidron River, the Gihon Spring Plaza and cleaning tunnel No. 2 in the Hezekiah tunnels, Warren’s Shaft in the City of David and more.
From 1995 and to this day – managing the archeological excavation project, including restoration, preservation, and development in the Dung Gate area, under the supervision of the Israel Antiquities Authority and the Davidson Center. Exposing, restoring and preserving the Herodian Valley, Robinson’s Arch, the Mikvah Complex near Robinson’s Arch and in the Ophel area and more,
1997 and to this day –infrastructure structure development, preparing and restoring access routes and graves at the Mount of Olives National Cemetery.
1988-2002 – Implementing the governmental decisions regarding the upgrade of urban infrastructure systems (roads, water, sewage, drainage, etc.) throughout East Jerusalem from Akab village in the northern part of the city to Jabal Mukaber in the south.
1995-1999 – Kidron Valley drainage regulation project – from the area of Shimon HaTzadik’s Tomb in the north to A-Sawahreh in the south, including sewage regulation, solving drainage issues in Prushot neighborhood, and more…
The company’s CEO since its establishment:
Yitzhak Ya’acobi, 1966-1994
Yoel Marinov, 1994-2003
Gideon Shamir, 2004-2012
Benny Sassi from 2013 and on