About Rolider


Rolider Ltd. is one of the country’s leading and most outstanding civil engineering companies and has been involved in Israel’s largest and most complex infrastructure projects. Rolider was set up around the activities of Dan Rolider Ltd., which ceased operations after the death of owner Dan Rolider, and was acquired in 2002 by Uzi Rosenberg and Amiram Sivan. The company has over 100 employees and an annual revenue, since its establishment, of NIS 150-200 million. In contrast to most large companies, Rolider does not manage projects from afar but through the presence of its workforce and equipment on the field. Rolider owns 120 units of heavy equipment including unique and specialist equipment, which are immediately available and enable the company to take part in demanding and unique projects with requirements most companies cannot provide.

Excellence & Multidisciplinary Experience

From complex and successful projects through the best manpower, there are many reasons for Rolider’s notable presence at the peak of Israel’s civil engineering arena. Rolider employs hundreds of suppliers and dozens of subcontractors on its projects with core projects implemented and managed by Rolider’s own project managers and engineering equipment. In large projects for both government organizations and private developers, Rolider specializes in implementing complex work across many sectors. These customers are drawn to Rolider by its combination of skills in vital aspects of projects including striving for maximum work safety, uncompromising quality, and the best and most efficient implementation meeting ISO international standards.

The Human Infrastructure

During the transition from former company Dan Rolider to Rolider, the human resources were wisely kept as well as the other outstanding and vital advantages. The company’s senior executives and works managers lead Israel’s civil engineering sector. Through a deep understanding that manpower provides the future success of projects, Rolider protects its employees’ rights. Each Rolider employee, at all levels, is retained on contract, and employees’ safety at all stages of work is considered a vital topic which greatly concerns the company. Permanent monitoring and risk control are conducted for all the company’s activities and accidents are investigated and preventative measures are applied in the most effective way forworkers’ safety.

Main Projects

Cross Israel Highway – Rolider developed and built half of the Cross Israel High-way with 70 kms of highway including several bridges.

Ben Gurion Airport 2000 – Together with A. Arenson, Rolider built this project, requiring unique works and equipment including the land part of the airport, bridges and heavy infrastructure.

Dead Sea Works (DSW) – Over the years, the company has implemented a range of land and sea projects for DSW requiring the highest level of professionalism and specialist equipment including building batteries, cleaning canals, dams, concrete and salt deposits.

Logistics Centers – Rolider implemented construction of the largest logistics centers in the Middle East for major companies like Osem, Teva, Hadera Paper Mills, Champion Motors, Skoda, ShlomoSIXT and Tzabar Salads.

Separation Barrier – 60 kilometers of barrier for the Ministry of Defense.

Jaffa Slopes – South of Jaffa Port Rolider implemented conversion of a giant garbage dump into one of the most attractive and impressive parks in the world through recycling and reclamation and the most advanced materials. This achievement was awarded first place by the Israel Architects Association.

Tel Aviv Seafront – Rehabilitating and building a seafront promenade including play facilities, fountains, rockeries, bridges, the renewal of Charles Clore Park, im-proving Independence Park, upgrading the promenade to the Reading Power Station and transforming Tel Aviv seafront to a continuous area of leisure and entertainment.

International Golf Course at Caesarea – International standard golf course, which is the first of its kind in Israel and a unique project that required special equipment flown in from abroad.

Smart Water Infrastructures – Upgrading saline water infiltration, setting up Ti-berias sewage lines for Mekorot as part of the national water carrier.