David Strickland is a senior associate in King & Spalding’s Global Transactions Practice Group, based in the firm’s Houston Office. Mr. Strickland focuses his practice on helping developers, owners and investors in their global construction projects, representing clients in a variety of industries on projects ranging from US$10 million to more than US10+ billion. Some recent examples include power plants, natural gas and crude oil pipelines, liquefied natural gas (LNG) liquefaction facilities, manufacturing facilities and mixed-use and high rise developments. Mr. Strickland works with clients from the conceptual drawing board through the punchlist, and beyond. He assists in determining the best project delivery system, then writes and negotiates project agreements, including EPC, EPCM, construction, construction management, engineering, architectural, equipment supply, and professional services agreements; and assists with resolving (or avoiding) construction-related disputes. Prior to his current firm, Mr. Strickland litigated a wide variety of matters, including construction and business disputes. Mr. Strickland has extensive experience defending clients in both federal and state court. He has successfully resolved over 50 matters through litigation, alternative dispute resolution, and pre-suit, contractual dispute resolution mechanisms. Mr. Strickland obtained his B.S.E. in Civil Engineering, magna cum laude, from Tulane University. Mr. Strickland then earned his J.D. from The George Washington University School of Law.