Nova Infrastructure, a middle-market-focused infrastructure investment firm, has named Faisal Choudhury as senior vice president and Michael Troy and Noah Frick as associates.

Choudhury brings over 10 years of investment experience to Nova with strong sector knowledge. Prior to joining Nova, Choudhury was a principal at Glenfarne Group, where he focused on power, energy and energy transition. He was involved in the execution and management of Glenfarne’s investments in its EnfraGen and Alder Midstream platform companies.

Troy brings five years of experience to the firm. He is returning to Nova in a full-time role after spending two summers with the firm as a summer associate and has previously worked in valuations as an analyst at Lincoln International.

Frick, formerly an investment fellow at Mobility Capital and a summer associate at McKinsey & Co., has expertise in transportation-focused investments, aerospace and the electric mobility sector. Prior to those experiences, he served as an intelligence officer in the U.S. Army, where he developed an analytical and organization-building skillset in roles where he managed a team of twelve intelligence analysts in Afghanistan.

“As we continue to grow our portfolio, attracting leading industry professionals to Nova is imperative, which is why we’re pleased that Faisal, Michael and Noah have joined the NOVA Team,” says Chris Beall, founder and managing partner of Nova Infrastructure.