This article originally appeared on The Jerusalem Report and is reproduced here with permission.
The building materials for the Tel Aviv University’s new construction will be sourced from the former Osb Building materials, according to a new report by the Israel Antiquities Authority.
The construction of the new building, slated to be completed in 2017, will be the first in Israel to be entirely made of Osb, a concrete-like material used in the construction of many buildings, including the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem.
The Osb building materials are used in several buildings around the world and are made from a mixture of natural concrete and water-based resins.
The new building materials will be made in Israel, but will be imported from the United States, which has been the main supplier for years.
The report stated that the building materials would be used to build a number of different buildings including the new administrative building, the university’s main library, the building that houses the Supreme Court, and the construction site of the newly renovated building on the West Bank.
The Osb materials have been used in Israeli government buildings, but they are often more expensive than the materials used in most buildings in the United Nations.
A report by Israeli daily Haaretz in 2017 found that the cost of Osbeks in Israel was higher than for comparable materials in other parts of the world.
In a statement, the Israeli Antiquities Agency said it is committed to sourcing materials in Israel that meet international standards for building quality and safety.
The building will have an estimated cost of approximately $3.5 billion, with $1.7 billion in total project costs.
The project is expected to be complete by 2023.
Osb is a non-toxic, water-absorbing material used for construction and other uses, as well as to build housing, hotels and offices.
The Israeli government has been using Osb to build structures in the occupied West Bank for decades.
Osbs are often used to create “superstructures,” structures that are much taller than the building they sit on.
A typical Osb superstructure is 20 stories tall, while in Jerusalem’s Old City, the tallest building in the world is the 1,500-year-old Temple Mount compound.
Osbeks are widely used in Israel as building materials because they can be used in many construction projects around the globe, from office buildings to stadiums to military installations.
The construction of a new building using Osbs is a unique project for the country because the project will be constructed in a new location and will have a very different architectural style.
The project is being funded by the Israeli Ministry of Construction and Housing and is being coordinated by the Construction Ministry.
The Israel Antiquity Authority is a governmental body that manages the management of Israel’s archaeological sites.