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Bryant Farland LEED AP

Bryant Farland
Bryant Farland joined Skanska USA Building Inc. as Corporate Counsel in June of 2006 with responsibility for overseeing from a legal perspective all of the company’s design-build pursuits and operations as well as playing an active role in all the company’s federal projects. With numerous design-build corporate successes including the New Meadowlands Stadium, multiple Mission Critical facilities and the State of California’s Central Utility Plant in Sacramento, in 2009 Mr. Farland was seconded from Skanska USA Building to Skanska Infrastructure Development to oversee the legal affairs for Skanska ID in Alexandria and to bring to commercial close Skanska Infrastructure Development’s first public-private partnership (P3) project in North America, the $2 Billion Midtown Tunnel Project in Norfolk, Va. In December of 2012, Mr. Farland and the Skanska ID Team reached commercial close for Midtown Tunnel and he returned to Skanska USA Building.
Mr. Farland returned to lead the company’s Center of Excellence for Design-Build and Integrated Project Delivery. He led the CoE for Design-Build and Integrated Project Delivery until April of 2013 at which time he took on his role as the Commercial Lead for the Construction Joint Venture on the LaGuardia Project Pursuit, a $3.3 billion P3 project for the replacement of the Central Terminal Building at New York’s LaGuardia Airport for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. In May of 2015, Mr. Farland and his team were selected as the preferred proposer of the Central Terminal Replacement Project.
Prior to his tenure with Skanska USA Building, Mr. Farland practiced law with the firm of Smith, Pachter and McWhorter where he focused on construction litigation and project counseling for some of the world’s leading engineering and construction firms. His specialized litigation expertise found him working for clients where the delivery methodology was EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) and design-build. Mr. Farland is a member of the Legislative and Legal Committee for the Design-Build Institute of America and has assisted with the drafting and development of numerous DBIA contract forms. His writings have been published in a number of periodicals as well as books by the American Bar Association and he has been an active presenter including at the national conferences of the Design-Build Institute of America and the American Bar Association. Prior to pursuing his law degree, Mr. Farland and two friends founded a small construction and development company in Louisville, Ky., and before that he worked for U.S. Senator Patrick J. Leahy of Vermont in Washington D.C.
Mr. Farland graduated with honors from both The Catholic University of America’s Columbus School of Law and Assumption College where he double majored in English and Political Science. He is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealths of Virginia, Massachusetts and Kentucky and he lives in Potomac, Md., with his wife and three children.