Yaniv Smader


Yaniv Building and Renovation was established in 2002 for the purpose of designing and building new construction or renovation. By Januery 2020, the comapny has grown to the point of now being – Yaniv Building and Renovation. Since its founding, our primary commitment has been to quality and reliability, with client satisfaction as our main objective.

Every effort is made to provide top quality service and materials at the most cost effective prices possible. Over the years, we have accumulated extensive experience in quality and luxury renovations working seamlessly with clients, architects and designers. We work together with the client from the onset to ensure optimal coordination with designers, suppliers, subcontractors and all other factors involved in the project.

In addition to all renovations and extension projects, we construct private homes from the ground-up. Our reputation among high-end consumers is attested to in the numerous recommendations of clients, as well as in the Picture Gallery of completed projects. We specialize in executing luxury renovations for overseas clients with properties in Israel allowing them confidence and peace of mind while living overseas.

All contracts and transactions are negotiated directly with Yaniv Smadar, founder and owner. Registered Building Works Contractor, from the Ministry of Construction & Housing, Primary Branch: 100, Classification C1, License No.34558. Authorized Work Manager in the Building Sector from the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor. Graduated a Project Manager from the Technion in Haifa. Certified Gypsum Contractor, from Orbond Ltd. and the Building College.

Certified Plumbing Contractor from the Building College. Yaniv Smadar has accumulated extensive experience in management and supervision of complex and large-scale projects, through the years 1994-2002, including: Drive-In Center Mall in Rishon LeZion.

Multi-story residential project in Sirkin Junction.

Jordan Valley College in Zemach Beach.
A two-way bridge at the entrance to Jonah Mountain in Nazareth Illit.
Tzurit military base on the Lebanese border.