Kristina E. Wilson

Kristina E. Wilson

Team Member Position: 
General Counsel

Kristina focuses her practice on General Counsel Services, Real Estate, Corporate Law, and Estate Planning/Probate. Specifically, Kristina represents Venergy Group in residential and commercial acquisitions, pre-construction and development, due diligence, closings, leasing, and assists Venergy with a variety of legal issues that may arise. She assists Venergy with corporate formation, drafts and negotiates an array of contracts, and offers a problem solving approach to provide white glove service to Venergy. She delivers practical and complete legal and business solutions tailored to the specific needs of Venergy.

Prior to joining Venergy Group, Kristina worked at Alvarez Arrieta Diaz-Silveira LLP and served as Associate/Deputy General Counsel for Trump Dezer Development. On a daily basis, she managed the gambit of legal issues for over 150 entities and joint ventures, participated in major real estate acquisitions and developments from the due diligence phase to post-closing management, and spearheaded numerous complex business transactions. She streamlined processes, managed outside counsel, and eliminated inefficiencies, which had a direct impact on the company’s bottom line. Notable projects include: Trump Towers, Trump Palace, Trump Royale, Trump International Beach Resort and Spa, Porsche Design Tower Miami, Residences by Armani Casa, Intracoastal Mall, The Dezer Collection, and Powerline Industrial Center.

She has previous work experience in marketing, project management, and internal auditing with several large corporations such as Lufthansa AG, Siemens Corporation, and Norwegian Cruise Line. Kristina is admitted to practice law in Florida, New York, and the District of Columbia. Kristina was the recipient of the Daily Business Review’s 2015 “On the Rise” Award and was selected for the FAWL MAP and Mentoring Committees in 2016.

NOAA

Venergy Group was selected by the federal government to complete the removal and installation of the roof and all rooftop mechanical equipment at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, FL.  The existing built-up gravel roof was removed completely down to the concrete substrate and a new PVC membrane roof was installed.  Three 60 ton rooftop condensing units were removed from the roof via crane and replaced with new units on engineered, stainless steel curbs.  Evaporator coils, piping and controls were all replaced and recalibrated.  In addition to the roofing and mechanical work, Venergy a