Pacific Coast Architecture Database (PCAD)

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County of Alameda, Coliseum, Oakland, CA

ID: 7178
Alt. Name: Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland, CA
McAfee Coliseum, Oakland, CA
Construction Date: Start Date: 1964
End Date: 1966
Notes: Alteration Note: The stadium underwent a major renovation from 10/1995-05/1996, when alterations were made for the Oakland Raiders, who moved back to the Bay Area from Los Angeles (where they had played for 12 years). This renovation originally to have cost $100 million grew to $200 million; it paid for the removal of the outfield's bleachers, and the addition of two 40,000-square-foot resstaurant/bars, 22,000 seats, 125 luxury "sky box" suites, a 9000-square-foot kitchen, two new color video boards and two matrix scoreboards. HNTB designed the alterations, with Tutor-Saliba serving as General Contracotrs.
Building History: The $25.5 million Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum was built originally to house the Oakland Raiders American League football team, and the Athletics American League Major League Baseball team moved here from Kansas City, MO, in 1968. The Raiders played their first game here, 09/08/1966, while the A's played their first home games at the Coliseum, 04/17/1968. The Guy F. Atkinson Company served as General Contractor in the construction operation of 1964-1966. In late 1998, the software maker, Network Associates, paid $5.8 million for the naming rights to the Coliseum. Network Associates changed its corporate name to McAfee in 2004, and so, too, did the Coliseum. The City of Oakland and Alameda County share in the ownership of the Coliseum and the nearby Coliseum Arena.
Structure Type: built works - recreation areas and structures - stadiums
Locations: Structure:
7000 Coliseum Way
Oakland, CA
USA
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