An Israeli construction engineering company. Builds large scale infrastructure and residential projects in illegal settlements in the occupied West Bank.
A group of companies, managed by Minrav Holdings, that specializes in construction and engineering services.
The company was contracted by Hagihon to build and operate a sewage treatment plant in the northern part of East Jerusalem in Nabi Musa. This facility, on occupied land, would mainly serve the settlement neighborhoods of Pisgat Ze'ev, Neve Ya'akov, and French Hill. Water from the facility will also be used for agricultural farms in settlements in the Jordan Valley. This project is planned to be completed by 2011 and the company signed a 25-year contract to operate it.
The company has also built the Latrun railway bridge for the A1 fast train between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. The bridge crosses into the Latrun enclave, which is in the occupied West Bank.
Minrav Engineering, together with the Russian company OJSC Moscow Metrostroy, has a contract to build section B of the same train line. The section would include a 3.5 kilometer double tunnel starting from the same bridge within the occupied Latrun enclave and running almost its entire length. This project uses occupied Palestinian land and resources for an exclusively Israeli transportation project, which is illegal by international law.
Minrav Projects was contracted in 2008 by the Israel Land Administration to build a project of 90 housing units in Talpiot East, a settlement neighborhood of Jerusalem. In addition, it holds land for a planned 100 housing unit project in the settlement of Givat Ze'ev.
Another company in the group constructed the Archive 2000 industrial building in the industrial zone of Mishor Adumim, an Israeli settlement in the occupied West Bank.