Arison Group Tours TAU’s EcoBuilding

Arison Group executives put on their hard hats to explore the Porter School’s new energy efficient EcoBuilding
03 November 2013
The group at the site

Ms. Efrat Peled, Chairman and CEO of Arison Investments, visited campus last week to tour the construction site of TAU’s iconic EcoBuilding, the new home for the Porter School of Environmental Studies. During the tour, the group learned about the unique features of the EcoBuilding – the first “green building” at TAU and also one of the first of its kind in Israel – and discussed the importance of environmental research and sustainable planning for the future.


Ms. Peled also met with TAU President Joseph Klafter to talk about ways the University and the Arison Group could partner with one another to promote environmental sustainability.


A licensed CPA, Ms. Peled holds an EMBA from Kellogg-Recanati, an international program of TAU and Northwestern University. She also holds a BA in Accounting and Economics and a postgraduate diploma in Real Estate Appraisal and Management from TAU.


Pictured above from left: Ofra Rahav, Vice President of Sustainability at Shikun and Binui; Moshe Lachmani, Chairman of Shikun and Binui’s Board of Directors; Amos Elad, TAU’s Vice President for Resource Development; Ms. Efrat Peled, Chairperson and CEO of Arison Investment; Dr. Avi Shalev; Ms. Tamar Ben Ruby, Director of Marketing and Communications at Arison Group; and Dr. Arie Nesher, Professional Director of the Porter School 


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