Shmulik is a senior partner and the Chairman of DEL Engineering. He manages all of the company’s business and financial activities. Shmulik graduated from the Technion with a BSc in Civil Engineering in 1973 and earned an ME in Transportation Engineering in 1990. He served for 20 years in the Engineering Corps in the Construction Division of the Air Force in project management, organization, initiation, planning and coordination. His last position was as the head of the IAA’s Construction Department at the rank of colonel.
Shmulik is experienced in managing large teams of engineers and other professionals. Upon retiring from the IDF in 1993, Shmulik joined DEL and was appointed CEO of CPT Ltd., which dealt with infrastructure development for industrial zones on behalf of the Ministry of Economy and managed the planning, marketing and development of infrastructure for various projects on behalf of the Israel Land Administration. Since 2008, he has lead the setting up of transport infrastructure in minority communities and other sectors on behalf of the Ministry of Transport.
Eran is a planning team leader and lead engineer at DEL Engineering. He graduated with honors from the Technion’s Faculty of Civil Engineering in 1998. From 1998 to 2000, Eran worked as a road and development planner at Shaham Engineering. He joined DEL in 2000.
Eran specializes in designing interurban roads, interchanges and railways. His projects include Highway 1, Highway 20, Railway 431 West, the Purple Line in Ramat Gan, Highway 16, Highway
65 and many interchanges.
Yafi is a senior partner and planning team leader at DEL Engineering. She graduated from the Technion’s Department of Civil Engineering in 1987 and has been working at DEL since then.
Yafi deals with early and detailed planning of road systems, residential areas (the city of Modi’in, the government compound in Jerusalem), rural settlements and infrastructure coordination. She specializes in light rail design and is leading the planning of the light rail projects in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.
Raviv is a senior partner and planning team leader at DEL Engineering. He graduated from the Technion’s Faculty of Civil Engineering and holds an ME. Raviv joined DEL in 1992.
Raviv specializes in early and detailed planning of urban and interurban road systems (entrance interchange to Ben Gurion Airport, Tikva Interchange, neighborhoods in Beit Shemesh, the Har- Homa Project, Raoul Wallenberg-Shitrit), industrial zones (Intel, Kiryat Gat, Ekron), working with the IDF (access roads on the northern border and the “seam zone”), as well as railroad planning (the railway to Eilat, Ben Gurion-Modi’in and more).
Amnon is a lead engineer at DEL Engineering. He graduated in 2000 from the Faculty of Civil
Engineering at the Technion. Amnon joined DEL as a student in 1998 and later became a permanent employee. Since April 2011, he has served as a planning team leader.
Amnon specializes in the early and detailed planning of urban and interurban roads, planning
traffic and transportation, coordinating road systems, and railway planning. Among Amnon’s projects are access roads to the outposts in the Har Dov area, the Kadesh bridge in Tel Aviv, the
expansion of Highway 453, and railroad tracks along the Ben Gurion Airport-Modi’in route.
Eitan is a partner, team leader and lead engineer. He graduated in 2008 from the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the Technion. Eitan joined DEL after completing his studies and has since
specialized in early and detailed physical and traffic planning for urban and interurban roads, as
well as rail planning.
Amongst other projects, Eitan is involved in detailed planning and implementation of Highway 20 in the section between Herzliya and Shmaryahu East, the Blue Line (light rail) in Jerusalem, separators along Highway 65-Wadi Ara, Route 1 in the section between Hemed Interchange and the entrance to Jerusalem, Highway 16 in the section connecting the Motza Interchange and Begin Street in Jerusalem, including the planning of three interchanges and 3km of tunnel sections, planning and supervising Route 200, residential neighborhoods such as the Flower District in Kiryat Gat and Neve Menachem in Beer Sheva.
Ethel is a partner and lead engineer at DEL Engineering. She graduated from the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the Technion in 1999 and joined DEL in 2000. Since then, she has specialized in early and detailed planning of urban and interurban railway systems and road planning. Ethel’s projects include the Red Line in Tel Aviv (light rail), detailed planning of the Red Line tunnels, the master plan for a high-traffic transportation system in the Tel Aviv metropolitan area, planning the Green Line in the Dan region, and planning the Timna-Taba section of the railway to Eilat.
Partner, Head of Planning Team and Leading Engineer at DAL Engineering. Graduate of the Department of Road and Track Engineering at the Polytechnic Institute in Krasnodar, with a master’s degree.
In the years 1994-1999 he worked as a planner in the Crook office in Boydeck and in 1999 he joined the DAL group. . In 2008 he left for a period of about 3 years in favor of planning projects abroad.
Since 2012, upon his return to the company, he has been serving as a partner and leading team leader. Specializes in road planning, traffic and development and among the projects in its planning are the following: Road 431, Road 65, National Road 1 for Netivei Israel, Road 9, Road 16 and Western Ring Road for the Municipality of Jerusalem, Greater Ramot Neighborhood for the Ministry of Construction and Housing and more
Senior partner in the company and CEO of DAL Engineering. He graduated from the Technion in 1971, when he began his professional work as an engineer in the “Society for Measurements and Civil Engineering” and for about 7 years engaged in project planning in Israel and later joined the DAL Group.
Responsible for planning a variety of projects including highways and interchange systems (Route 431), large urban neighborhoods (Modi’in, Greater Be’er Sheva), industrial areas, aviation projects (Ben Gurion Airport 2000) and railways (Railway to Eilat, Ben Gurion Airport – Modi’in) , Light rail and subway (Tel Aviv metro and light rail in Jerusalem and more.
Specializes in the planning and planning management of multidisciplinary projects