Allegiant Stadium
Allegiant Stadium / Las VegasNV
What does it take to design and build a $1.9B stadium in just 40 months?

Allegiant Stadium is the new home of the NFL’s Las Vegas Raiders and notably the largest entertainment venue in Las Vegas. The Mortenson | McCarthy joint venture team wrapped up the $1.97 billion facility on-time, marking the end of a successful 31-month-long construction schedule, a mere 40 months after the NFL’s approval of the Raiders’ move to Las Vegas.

The 1.8 million-square-foot stadium will also host UNLV Football and a variety of other sporting and non-sporting events. The facility features 65,000 seats, a retractable natural turf field, large operable walls that open to spectacular views of the Las Vegas Strip, a translucent roof, and a variety of premium spaces throughout all levels.

Mortenson | McCarthy also installed the most technologically advanced Distributed Antenna System (DAS) system in a modern stadium. With over 1,700 Wi-Fi access points providing high-speed internet, 227 miles of fiber and copper connectivity and 5G coverage throughout, Allegiant Stadium fans will be the most connected in the NFL.

From notice to proceed to substantial completion, Allegiant Stadium is one of the fastest modern NFL stadiums ever built. As the Design-Build contractor, Mortenson | McCarthy built a team of more than 200 firms and used digital modeling from the start to drive performance and maximize efficiency. This delivery model was critical to the team's success as they navigated unique design elements and installations, and overcame challenges working towards a common interest.

Facts And Figures

Allegiant Stadium


1.8 million square feet

65,000 seats

Completed July 2020

Delivery Methods


The Team