Brian Fielden has a national and international construction law practice representing owners, developers, contractors and lenders in both transactional and litigation matters, with a particular emphasis on mixed-use developments, professional sports stadiums and large infrastructure projects – often involving complex, public-private partnership components. He also represents clients in a variety of commercial real estate litigation matters.

Brian has handled transactions and construction disputes on projects located throughout the United States and in the Caribbean, Canada, Latin America, UK, Italy, Asia and the Middle East. His broad range of experience includes professional sports stadiums, a variety of energy projects, (renewable, combined-cycle power plants, distributed generation), mixed-use developments, multi-family, retail, office, hotels, mass-transit facilities, CNG fueling stations and large infrastructure projects.

In his transactional practice, Brian regularly represents some of the largest US owners and developers in negotiating design and construction agreements for their projects in both the commercial and energy sectors. He also serves as construction counsel to professional sports teams globally in connection with new stadium projects, which often involve integrated mixed-use developments. Brian also advises national companies in preparing form design and construction documents and implementing internal procedures, to manage risk and avoid claims in their construction programs. These clients include some of largest companies in the US and the world in their respective industries.

Brian's adversarial practice has spanned a broad range of complex construction and real estate-related matters involving multi-million dollar claims. Regarding construction matters, these litigation and arbitration engagements have ranged from lien claims to complex delay claims to significant construction defect claims, including numerous cases involving water intrusion.

Brian has been accredited as a LEED® AP (BD+C) by the Green Building Certification Institute.