The new court in Tiberias

Constructive design of the new Magistrate's Court building in Tiberias, with a total area of 6522 square meters, which includes a basement floor and two upper floors. Within the framework of the architectural design, emphasis was placed on creating a significant cantilevered part at the front of the building. For this purpose, upper beams were designed in the roof of the building in combination with hanging columns that provide stability For the cantilever ceilings. In order to dismantle the temporary supports and transfer the structure's loads to these beams in a controlled manner, sand jacks were used which were designed by us. The rest of the constructive system included shafts, straw ceilings and reinforced concrete beams.