Accuracy promotes Melissa Di Marco to partner in Canada

12 January 2023 1 min. read
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Accuracy, a global management consultancy, has promoted Melissa Di Marco to partner.

Based in Montreal, Di Marco has over 15 years of experience in the implementation and procurement of large-scale construction projects as well as the strategic development, valuation, and negotiation of commercial agreements.

With a background in civil engineering and project development, Di Marco advises clients on operational, project, and commercial management issues in infrastructure, energy, industrial, and building sectors. She also assists in dispute resolution as an independent expert in delay and quantum damages.

Di Marco joined Accuracy in 2019 as a VP and currently leads the project advisory and disputes practice in Canada.

Accuracy promotes Melissa Di Marco to partner in Canada

She previously spent eight years at SNC-Lavalin, where she was a manager for infrastructure construction in the Quebec region. Di Marco also held business development and strategy roles at the engineering consultancy.

Prior to that, she was a structural project engineer at Bechtel Mining & Metals.

Di Marco has a PhD and master’s degree in construction and engineering management from Columbia University and a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from McGill University.

Di Marco’s appointment coincides with three other partner appointments across Accuracy’s operations, which span Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia-Pacific, and Canada. In Europe, François Dunoyer de Segonzac and Edmond Richards were promoted to partner in France and the United Kingdom, respectively, while in the Middle East, Dubai office leader Juan Sáez was admitted into the firm’s partnership.

Paris-headquartered Accuracy was founded in 2004 by a team of former Arthur Andersen consultants. The firm today has more than 600 employees and provides consulting in transactions, disputes, and restructuring.