Brian Fielden has a national and international construction law practice representing owners, contractors and lenders in both litigation and transactional matters.

His broad range of project experience includes large infrastructure, rail, energy (renewable, combined-cycle power plants, biomass, methanol, utility-scale solar), mixed-use developments, casinos and professional sports stadiums. His transactional projects often involve complex, public-private partnership (P3) arrangements. Brian has handled construction disputes and transactions on projects located throughout the United States and in Africa, Asia, Canada, the Caribbean, throughout Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.  

Brian's adversarial practice has involved complex construction and real estate-related matters involving a variety of claims including delay, extra work and significant construction defects.

In his transactional practice, Brian regularly represents global companies in negotiating design and construction agreements, complex EPC and O&M agreements, and project agreements in various P3 structures. He also advises companies in preparing form design and construction documents and implementing internal procedures to manage risk and avoid claims in their construction programs. 

Brian also represents professional sports teams and lenders globally on construction and development matters on stadium and arena projects, often involving integrated mixed-use developments. Recent representations include: the Atlanta Braves on SunTrust Park and The Battery Atlanta, as well as the Braves new Spring Training facility in Sarasota, FL; the Texas Rangers on Globe Life Field and adjacent Texas Live!; AS Roma's Stadio della Roma and adjacent integrated mixed-use. Other projects include new facilities for the Los Angeles Chargers, Las Vegas Raiders, Minnesota Vikings, San Francisco 49ers, Sacramento Kings, Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Football Club, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club and the Nashville MLS expansion franchise.
 
Brian has been accredited as a LEED® AP (BD+C) by the Green Building Certification Institute.