Production Management

We believe that the value chain of each and every project is under our responsibility throughout its entire duration. Supported by the management methodology and its tools, this perspective is the core and foundation of our organizational fabric.

The Checklist Effect

The advantage of checklist based management has been successfully proven in many industries.
We have invested thousands of hours into writing "Do-Confirm" checklists that now guide almost every production process which we manage every day. Design coordinators, site supervisors, and the entire chain management in the company works with the daily guidance of the checklists, as it is accessible to them everywhere with the press of a button on their mobile.
We are proud that the regular use of checklists has become a part of our corporate culture, and we know they bring a great deal of value to our clients throughout the projects.


Throughout the last decade we witnessed a worldly revolution in the construction and engineering field, gradually advancing from a 2D planning method to a 3D method.
It is not just a graphic difference, but rather an extreme data revolution. We announced a BIM ONLY policy, in which all of our company's projects are being planned and managed by BIM. Our managing tools are constantly developing, while including exciting connections to the data contained in the models.

Visual Management

Civil engineering projects are characterized by the establishment a field plant. This results in difficulties to control the production management processes, as they vary from project to project. In order to carry out this challenge, we have learned over the years to appreciate the power of visual management.
We have developed an entire line of control equipment, Digitals as well as field boards, which allow for efficient management of production processes. These tools recognize issues in the early stages of production and aid the management and supervision teams in finding proactive solutions.

The Outside View

The planning fallacy, first proposed by Economics Noble Laureate, Daniel Kahneman, is a phenomenon in which predictions about how much time will be needed to complete a future task display an optimism bias and underestimate the time needed. We now know that this is true in every industry, including civil engineering and chose to apply the "Outside View" principle in order to decrease the Planning fallacy. We evaluate each project with our exceptional database created from previous completed projects, guaranteeing that our goals and objectives are realistic.

Big Room

Our innovative design management approach, which includes leading the process by creating a "Big Room" has seen much success. This approach is appropriate for Mega-projects on the "Fast Track". This shortens the design time and improves the quality of the product.