Yerucham has over 40 years’ experience as a structural draftsman. He began his career on the drawing board, producing structural drawings for private villas, before moving to YSS Engineers, where he worked for 29 years. He developed computerised CAD standards, coordinating a new method of working for the Ben-Gurion 2000 Airport project, which was a first for Israel.
Other projects of note include the Kiryah Tower, Tel-Aviv, Safra Square, Jerusalem, Rutenberg Pier, Ashkelon, Salmon Prison and a number of bridges on Route 6.
He joined Kedmor in 2009 where he pioneered BIM, creating and maintaining the Revit Standards. Here, he has worked on the design of numerous buildings and bridges, both in Israel and internationally, most recently the Amadi-Garrison Bridge in Nigeria and Levinsky underground station in Tel-Aviv. An expert on bridge projects, Yerucham has been involved with a variety of construction methods including balanced cantilever and incremental launching.
Yerucham graduated from the Bilu Engineering School in Tel-Aviv with a degree in Practical Engineering.