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The Electra Group: Strength & Stability

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Electra Ltd., a subsidiary of Elco Holdings, was established in 1945. Today the Group is one of Israel's largest companies and is included in the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange's TA-100 index. It has approximately 7,600 employees and has undertaken thousands of major projects throughout Israel and around the globe.
The Electra Group specializes in four core areas:
Contracting for construction, infrastructure and electromechanical systems
Management and operation of real estate, industrial, infrastructure, and trade projects and facilities
Initiating and developing real estate projects
Concessions for infrastructure and national projects

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We approach each project from our central philosophy – providing a comprehensive solution for the entire project lifecycle, from the development and construction stages to operation, service, and maintenance over the long term. The Electra Group therefore takes full responsibility for managing every aspect of the project, from A to Z, with complete control over quality assurance, budget, and scheduling matters. We are committed to supporting our customers at every stage of the project and offering a wide range of solutions that cater to every need. Within this framework, Electra has carried out thousands of turnkey projects in the fields of construction and infrastructure, including the "Bahadim City" IDF training campus in the Negev, the Tel Aviv courthouse and the "Binyanei HaUma" station on the new high-speed rail line to Jerusalem.