When construction hard hat goes up: The first ever big construction project in Israel’s capital

Construction hard hats will soon be the norm for Israelis.

Construction hard hats and Tinkers Constructors (TCG) have been installed in every construction site in Israel since the beginning of the year, with a total of more than 500,000 TCC units.

This is the first major construction project undertaken in Israel, as construction has been slow since the country declared its independence from the British Mandate in 1948.

The new construction is expected to take several years.

“We have been working on it since November.

We were preparing it from December, but it is taking time,” said Shai Shukay, a TCC member and head of the department for construction.

Construction is expected at more than 300,000 sites throughout Israel, and there are about 20,000 more to go, he said.

Shukay said TCC is an investment in Israel and the future of its future.

“The future is now,” he said, adding that construction will not only benefit the country’s economy but also provide jobs for thousands of people who will be employed in the construction industry.

“I think the new jobs will come as soon as the first workers are ready.

We expect to have all the construction finished by 2020,” he told The Jerusalem Report.

Construction of TCCs in Israel began in 2010, with the project first being put forward in the Gaza Strip.

The TCC was initially supposed to be completed by 2020, but that was delayed due to a dispute with the Palestinian Authority over land ownership.

The Palestinian Authority recently announced that the Palestinian state is now in the process of annexing the territory of the Gaza strip, a move which will likely lead to the construction of new housing in the Palestinian territory.

While construction is a major issue for the Palestinians, Shukays hopes that this new initiative will bring positive change.

“As the Israelis have done for the last 10 years, we have to change the status quo,” he explained.

“If we don’t do that, the occupation will continue.

I am sure we will see the Palestinians continue their occupation for years to come,” he added.

Shakay and Shukaya said the new construction project has not only helped Israel’s economy, but also created jobs in the Palestinians as well.

“When the construction comes, it will create jobs for Palestinians, it can be a positive change for Palestinians,” he remarked.

“There will be new opportunities, as it will also improve the lives of Palestinian workers,” Shukayan added.

According to Shukoy, the new TCC projects are an investment and an investment for the country.

“The Palestinian people should have the opportunity to live a better life, and we should do everything possible to improve the living conditions of Palestinians and help them live their lives better,” he argued.

Shuki Sharab, a spokesperson for the Palestinian Legislative Council, told The Report that the construction is only the first step in building a sustainable Palestinian state, adding, “This is the start of building a new and better life for Palestinians.”

The report comes as Israel’s largest construction project – the West Bank settlement of Amona – is set to open its doors for construction in 2019.