Bryan represents developers, project owners and general contractors in all phases of development and on a wide variety of building types including commercial, multi-family, retail, educational, hospitality, medical and industrial projects. His more than thirty-five years of experience in the construction industry – first as a registered architect practicing in large firms, and then as both an attorney and architect, give him the unique skill set and insight he brings to his dedicated area of practice: drafting and negotiating construction agreements, professional design services agreements, design-build agreements and construction management agreements on behalf of his clients.
Bryan received his J.D. from George Mason University Law School, a B.S. in Architecture from The Catholic University of America and a Master’s degree in Architecture from University of Texas, Arlington in 1986.
Affordable Housing & Community Development
State of Virginia
District of Columbia
State of New Mexico
Co-author, chapter on "Structuring and Drafting Project Agreements to Achieve Green Building Objectives", Green Building and Sustainable Development – the Practical Legal Guide, (American Bar Association, 2009).
Co-author, chapters on “Differing Site Conditions” and “Owner Delay Claims”, Proving and Pricing Construction Claims, Third Edition, R. Cushman (Aspen Publishing, 2001).
Co-author, chapter on “District of Columbia”, Sourcebook on Construction Contracting by State and Local Government (CCH Publishing, 2002).
Co-author, chapter on "Pricing of Claims", Federal Government Construction Contracts, (American Bar Association, 2003).