An Iconic Venue

Allegiant Stadium, home to the Las Vegas Raiders, is a global events destination located adjacent to the world-famous Las Vegas Strip. Modern features create a high-tech, iconic structure that is fully enclosed and climate-controlled with a capacity of 65,000. Designed to make game day a daylong event for fans and families, the stadium includes premium entertainment venues such as a 55,000 sf lounge and viewing area and 80 ft by 200 ft operable lanai doors that open to a classic Las Vegas view. State-of-the-art features include a retractable natural grass playing field and a translucent ETFE roof allowing illumination by natural light, while protecting fans from the desert heat.



Prior to the development of Allegiant Stadium, the Raiders were located in Oakland, CA. In 2016, the Raiders began to contemplate a potential relocation, and CAA ICON was engaged to evaluate the feasibility of an NFL team and new stadium in Las Vegas. The Raiders have played in Las Vegas at Allegiant Stadium since the beginning of the 2020 NFL season. 

Services Provided

The following Feasibility and Planning and Project Management services were implemented on the Allegiant Stadium project:

Feasibility and Planning

  • Market Demand Analysis
  • Market Validation
  • Financial Feasibility Analysis

Project Management

  • Activate
  • Plan and Organize
  • Program and Strategize
  • Design and Pre-Construct
  • Construct
  • Complete

Small Business Enterprise

Project Participation

The goal of having 15% Small Business Enterprise (SBE) subcontractors on the project was exceeded with 23% of the work going to qualified subcontractors. Over 160 different SBE firms - 50 with multiple contracts - were awarded work on the project, representing $297 million of the $1.2 billion subcontracted work on the $2 billion project.

Women and Minority Owned Businesses

Project Participation

Forty-two Women and Minority-owned companies were awarded work on the project, totaling $86 million. 

A Diverse Workforce

Workforce Inclusion

The workforce diversity goal was set at 28%, and that goal was easily met with 63% of the six million work hours going to women and minorities.