Managing Partner, Operations

B.A. Journalism; Auburn University, B.A. Public Relations; Auburn University

Birmingham, Alabama

With over 15 years of event and facility expertise, Brian Mishkin is a key asset to Stadium Structures. In his role, Mishkin oversees end-user operations, site programming, and on-site project management, collaborating closely with clients to seamlessly integrate revenue options, signage, sponsorships, and point-of-sale items into projects. Joining The Colonnade Group in 2012 for the Circuit of the Americas project, Mishkin, alongside John Turner and Keith Butler, played a pivotal role in managing the inaugural 2012 United States Grand Prix, acclaimed as the "Event of the Year" by the Sports Business Journal. His contributions earned him a full-time role at COTA in 2015, where he ascended to Vice President of Operations, implementing significant improvements in infrastructure, personnel, and operations. In 2018, Mishkin spearheaded the construction of a 5,000-seat soccer stadium at COTA, partnering with Keith Butler and Lea Adams to deliver a fully equipped venue within six months for the 2019 USL soccer season. In 2020, Mishkin assumed the role of Director of Operations at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Center, overseeing various aspects, including the construction of Protective Stadium and the renovation of Legacy Arena. His extensive experience includes managing major events such as the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix, Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix, Summer X Games, and NCAA Men’s March Madness basketball tournament, across venues like Protective Life Stadium, Legacy Arena, Circuit of the Americas Race Track, and Ladd-Peebles Stadium.