Oakland Alameda County Coliseum

The Oakland Alameda County Coliseum project consisted of:

  • Relocation of the Los Angeles Raiders (NFL) prompted the conversion and renovation of this 42,000-seat baseball-only stadium into a multi-purpose, 72,000-seat stadium capable of hosting MLB, NFL and special events.
    • $10 million new scoreboard and advertisements
    • New three-story center field concrete bleachers
    • 72,000 new seats
    • Renovated locker room, training room, administrative offices and concession areas
    • Two new luxury restaurants and 48 new luxury suites

Project Highlights:

  • Served as owner’s representative responsible for entire renovation in under nine months
  • Responsible for all contractor and subcontractor administration; coordinated with owner/operators and MLB and NFL league offices for compliance with standards for field conditions and broadcast facilities/conditions
  • Primary liaison with all city and county permitting and regulatory issues
  • Implemented first reported Internet-based project management software system for public works projects in the State of California

Owner and Contact Information:

Oakland Alameda County Authority

Project/ Construction Management Team:

Cordell Corp./Beezley Management

Beezley Project Representative/Role:

Jonathan Levy, Assistant Project Manager/Owner’s Representative



General Contractor:


Dollar Value:

$92 Million

Construction Dates:

1997 – 1998