TSA Management installs new leadership team in New Zealand

11 July 2022 Consultancy.com.au 1 min. read
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Project delivery specialist TSA Management has made four leadership appointments in its New Zealand business.

With three offices in New Zealand – in Wellington, Newmarket and Tauranga – TSA Management is one of the country’s larger project management consultancies.

Now leading the firm’s 80-strong headcount in New Zealand is Gerard Krishnan. He takes the reins from David Wilkie, who last month was promoted to General Manager of the firm’s Advisory division.

Gerard Krishnan, Andrew McDonald, Gemma Wilson, Will Oswald

Krishnan has been with the consulting firm for nearly four years, and previously served the likes of domestic player Xigo (acquired by TSA Management in 2018) and Bechtel.

Andrew McDonald has been appointed as Regional General Manager for Auckland. He brings over two decades of project management experience to the role, having previously served Xigo, JLL and EC Harris, among others.

Meanwhile, Gemma Wilson has been appointed Regional General Manager for Tauranga & Bay of Plenty, while Will Oswald will serve as the Regional General Manager for South Island.

Both latter roles are new, and reflect TSA Management’s ambition to grow its footprint in New Zealand. Wilson and Oswald have both been promoted internally.

Across its thirteen offices in Australia and New Zealand, private equity backed TSA Management has around 550 employees. In Australia, the firm ranks as one of the country’s top project management consulting firms.