A development and construction group specialized in residential, environmental, energy and civil engineering projects.
The company was contracted by the French Alstom to install all of the track of the Jerusalem light railway. The work included installation of 33Km of ballast-less track including the city lines and the depot area.
The light rail connects the illegal settlements built on occupied Palestinian land of East Jerusalem with the Israeli territory of West Jerusalem. The light rail helps cement Israel's hold on occupied East Jerusalem and tie the surrounding settlements to Israel. The railway came into operation in 2011.
One of the group's subsidiaries - Lesico Projects Management was contracted by CHEMONICS International for USAID in order to perform infrastructure works in 5 Israeli checkpoints and border crossings: The Karni and Kerem Shalom checkpoints (located on the border of the Gaza strip) and Shahar Efraim, Tarqumia and Jalame Checkpoints (all located within the West Bank).
In each checkpoint the company constructed and installed bullet proof gates, asphalt paving, concrete platforms, control rooms and fencing. Additionally the company built the cargo scanning cabins and installed X-ray scanning equipment in all of mentioned sites.
The company is also an authorized supplier of the Israeli Ministry of Defense, the Israeli army, and the Israeli Prison Service.
The company is owned by the Leshman and the Sidi famelies.
The group includes several subsidiaries: Lesico CleanTech, Leisco Project Management, Lesico Process Piping, Lesico Enterprise & civil Engineering, A.L.D. Environmental Protection, A.L.A Environmental Infrastructures and ISO IMO Hungary.
152 Jerusalem Ave.
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