MolinoCahill appoints 2 PwC partners as directors
Specialist construction and projects law firm MolinoCahill has nabbed two partners from PwC, who will serve as directors in its Melbourne and Sydney offices, respectively.
Nicholas Tsirogiannis and Danijela Malesevic (both pictured) have joined MolinoCahill and will, the firm said in a statement, bolster its front-end construction and projects advisory offering and ensure that it is “now one of the biggest construction and projects practices in Australia with leading expertise across all aspects of front-end and back-end advisory”.
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Mr Tsirogiannis brings 25 years of experience, the firm outlined, advising the public and private sector on major infrastructure projects across transport, energy, resources, telecommunications and property development sectors, while Ms Malesevic has more than 10 years of experience in planning, procurement and delivery of complex major infrastructure projects with leading expertise in the transport and energy sectors.
Most recently, Mr Tsirogiannis established and led the national projects practice at PwC, and Ms Malesevic was a partner at PwC in the projects practice.
Speaking about the appointments, MolinoCahill co-founder and director Tony Molino said: “We are pleased to welcome Danijela and Nicholas to our team.”
“As MolinoCahill enters its 20th year of practice, our expanded offering represents a unique, fully integrated front and back-end construction and projects practice that is now also one of the largest in Australia,” he proclaimed.
“We look forward to leveraging Nicholas’ and Danijela’s expertise to assist our clients across the project life cycle.”