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23 Feb
Former Greek Swimming Star Joins ACORPP Perth Office

Another sports star has joined ACORPP following the recruitment of former Brisbane Lions player Jamie Charman.

Former Greek swimming star Danai Sianou has joined the Perth office as a Project Manager.

Danai was a medal-winning synchronised swimming team member between 1989-1995.

She was also a gold medal winner in the 50-metre backstroke in the 1989 Greek National Games.

Danais Swimming image

Danai graduated in 2003 with a Bachelor and Master in Civil Engineering from University of Portsmouth, in the UK.

Before moving to Perth, she worked as an engineer for seven years in Greece’s construction industry, mainly in public works.

During that time, she was involved in project estimation, cost estimation and cost control, procurement and was responsible for the tender process of public works.

Danai’s extensive engineering experience and logistical knowledge and capabilities give her a distinct perspective in the role of project manager.

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