Kedmor exists to improve the world’s infrastructure by being the most meticulous, creative and innovative engineering firm in the world. We are dedicated to maintaining the highest professional standards of quality, safety and reliability in every facet of the business.

We don’t cut corners, we don’t take shortcuts. We do things the right way. Every time. But we are also highly creative and innovative. Smack dab in the middle of the “Silicon Wadi,” we harness the Israeli entrepreneurial spirit and delight in pushing boundaries by applying new technologies in novel ways to solve big engineering problems.

In an industry that can be very traditional, we’re not interested in doing things the same old way, ‘just because.’


Senior Management

  Amir Kedar   Partner  A highly experienced Engineer and an international authority on bridge design and management, Amir brings over 25 years of experience to projects. He wrote the guidelines on bridge management in Israel, running courses on bridge inspection, refurbishment and maintenance for the Highways Authority. He serves as Head of a European TU1406 COST Action working group 4 ‘Quality control Plans for highway bridges – Case studies’ and sits on the Israeli Standards committee for retaining structures.  In collaboration with the Technion, he has pioneered research into an innovative bridge surveying method, called SeeBridge, creating BIM models from survey data, to provide meaningful information needed for project life-cycle decision making, targeted for use within the US and European Union. This work has been published in academic articles.  Amir began his career at YSS Engineers in 1993 where he worked on a number of projects including Rutenberg Coal unloading Pier, Ben-Gurion 2000 Airport, Tzalmon Prison, along with various MoD projects. In 1999, he moved into project management for M Kedar Engineers, working on projects such as the Kiryat-Gat Court-House and the Moda’i and Exhibition Bridges in Tel-Aviv, before establishing Kedmor with Raz in 2001.  Recent projects of note include the seismic retrofitting of Naharim, Meshushim and Snir bridges, design rehabilitation and replacement of large number of bridges and road structures in the north of Israel, Arlozorov underground metro station in Tel-Aviv and Petach-Tikvah Belinson Station, Underpass and Metropolitan Bus Terminal. Amir has also designed a number of MoD projects including part of the large military training school in the Negev, naval marine structures and more.  A graduate Summa Cum Laude of the Technion, he holds a Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering, a Master’s in Construction Management and is a Licenced Structural Engineer in Israel.

Amir Kedar

Partner

A highly experienced Engineer and an international authority on bridge design and management, Amir brings over 25 years of experience to projects. He wrote the guidelines on bridge management in Israel, running courses on bridge inspection, refurbishment and maintenance for the Highways Authority. He serves as Head of a European TU1406 COST Action working group 4 ‘Quality control Plans for highway bridges – Case studies’ and sits on the Israeli Standards committee for retaining structures.

In collaboration with the Technion, he has pioneered research into an innovative bridge surveying method, called SeeBridge, creating BIM models from survey data, to provide meaningful information needed for project life-cycle decision making, targeted for use within the US and European Union. This work has been published in academic articles.

Amir began his career at YSS Engineers in 1993 where he worked on a number of projects including Rutenberg Coal unloading Pier, Ben-Gurion 2000 Airport, Tzalmon Prison, along with various MoD projects. In 1999, he moved into project management for M Kedar Engineers, working on projects such as the Kiryat-Gat Court-House and the Moda’i and Exhibition Bridges in Tel-Aviv, before establishing Kedmor with Raz in 2001.

Recent projects of note include the seismic retrofitting of Naharim, Meshushim and Snir bridges, design rehabilitation and replacement of large number of bridges and road structures in the north of Israel, Arlozorov underground metro station in Tel-Aviv and Petach-Tikvah Belinson Station, Underpass and Metropolitan Bus Terminal. Amir has also designed a number of MoD projects including part of the large military training school in the Negev, naval marine structures and more.

A graduate Summa Cum Laude of the Technion, he holds a Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering, a Master’s in Construction Management and is a Licenced Structural Engineer in Israel.

  Raz Mor   Partner  Raz has over 25 years’ experience, working on a range of engineering projects, both in Israel and internationally. His philosophy of ‘if someone else can do it, we can do it better,’ has always been exemplified in his innovative designs. Projects of note include the Sheikh Hussein and Wadi Akbara bridges, Ben-Gurion 2000 Airport Multi-Level-Roadway, the Nir high-rise residential towers and the LoKo-Oweto and Imo River bridges in Nigeria.  He is a firm believer of utilising the best design and construction technologies available, whilst understanding and adding value to historic engineering principles. He is a driver of design elegance, noting that aesthetic, slender structures tend to behave best.  Raz’s academic activities include lecturing at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, where he has taught courses in Bridge Design and Prestressed Concrete since 2006. He also sits on a number of Israeli Standards committees, including Bridge Design and Seismic Design of Buildings.  He began his career at YSS Consulting Engineers, where he quickly progressed to Partner. He worked on a number of high-profile projects, before co-founding Kedmor in 2001.  Raz holds a degree in Civil Engineering from the New York Polytechnic University and is a Licenced Structural Engineer in Israel.

Raz Mor

Partner

Raz has over 25 years’ experience, working on a range of engineering projects, both in Israel and internationally. His philosophy of ‘if someone else can do it, we can do it better,’ has always been exemplified in his innovative designs. Projects of note include the Sheikh Hussein and Wadi Akbara bridges, Ben-Gurion 2000 Airport Multi-Level-Roadway, the Nir high-rise residential towers and the LoKo-Oweto and Imo River bridges in Nigeria.

He is a firm believer of utilising the best design and construction technologies available, whilst understanding and adding value to historic engineering principles. He is a driver of design elegance, noting that aesthetic, slender structures tend to behave best.

Raz’s academic activities include lecturing at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, where he has taught courses in Bridge Design and Prestressed Concrete since 2006. He also sits on a number of Israeli Standards committees, including Bridge Design and Seismic Design of Buildings.

He began his career at YSS Consulting Engineers, where he quickly progressed to Partner. He worked on a number of high-profile projects, before co-founding Kedmor in 2001.

Raz holds a degree in Civil Engineering from the New York Polytechnic University and is a Licenced Structural Engineer in Israel.


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