A border fence on Israel's eastern border with Jordan (2016)

 

Entrepreneur: Ministry of Defense

Segment: 30 km along the border with Jordan, from Eilat to Samar sand dunes, north of Timna Valley.

Costs: 300 million NIS.

 

The project known as the “Eastern Fence”. Moseroth took major part of designing and constructing the fence. The main purpose of the project is to control unauthorized border crossings and preventing from terror groups, drug smugglers and illegal migrants from infiltrating Israeli territory. The project included security roads along the border, observation towers, military operations rooms, and other advanced facilities. The complex work also included the construction of special protection for the Ilan Ramon Airport near Timna.

A border fence between Golan Heights and Syria (2013-2014)

 

Entrepreneur: Ministry of Defense

Segment: Upgrading 100 km along the border with Syria

Costs: 500 million NIS.

 

​Moseroth was the leading contractor involved in this project. The purpose of the fence is to prevent from the civil war that took place in Syria to spill over or create an influx of refugees and to prevent terror activities. The old fence which had been around for decades has been replaced with new one and with additional advanced technological observation devices and other advanced facilities.

The new border fence is a source of great pride to the Northern Command. They say that it is the first time in the history of the State of Israel that the IDF succeeded in obtaining a huge budget to carry out essential work before any real threat came about as a result of the condition of the old fence.

A border fence on Israel's southern border with Egypt (2011-2013)

 

Entrepreneur: Ministry of Defense

Segment: 240 km along the border with Egypt from Rafah to Eilat

Costs: 1.6 billion NIS.

 

The project known as the “Sand Clock”. Moseroth is one of the major constructors who took part in this huge project by developing a new patent "Kipod" which is a robust welded razor mesh that serves as a main component of the fence. The project took 3 years and it considered as the largest border projects in Israel's history. The fence is between five and seven meters high and used 35,000 tons of metal and steel. The fence equipped with advanced surveillance sensors to keep out from terror groups, drug smugglers and illegal migrants from infiltrating Israeli territory. Construction of the main section of the border fence was completed in January 2013.Several countries, including the United States and India, have sent delegations to Israel to study border security and the various technologies used by the IDF to secure Israel's borders, including the Israel–Egypt border. Some of these countries implemented these technologies as part of their own border fences.

The Israeli West Bank barrier (2002 – 2007)

Entrepreneur: Ministry of Defense

Segment: 708 km along the "Green Line".

Costs: approximately 1.5 billion NIS.

 

The Israeli West Bank barrier is a contested separation barrier that was built by the Israeli government. The barrier was built during the Second Intifada, which began in September 2000, and has been defended by the Israeli government as a necessity to stop the wave of violence inside Israel that the uprising brought with it. The Israeli government argues that between the year 2000 and July 2003 (the time taken to build the first segment of the fence), 73 suicide bombings were carried out originating in the West Bank. However, from August 2003 to the end of 2006 only 12 attacks were carried out.​

​Moseroth implemented its patent Rapid Security Barrier (RSB) along 2 sides of the border for the first time.

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