Welcome to the Sports & Exhibition Authority!
When you have the time, Pittsburgh has the place.

The Sports & Exhibition Authority’s mission is to provide venues for sporting, entertainment, educational, cultural, civic, and social events for the benefit of the general public.

Convention Center
Convention Center

Heinz Field
Heinz Field

NSRFP
PNC Park

Lower Hill Redevelopment
Lower Hill Redevelopment

Consol Energy Center
CONSOL Energy Center

PNC Park
N. Shore Riverfront Park

Convention Center Riverfront Plaza
Convention Center
Riverfront Plaza

North Shore Garage
North Shore Garage


West General Robinson Street Garage
West General Robinson
Street Garage

 

What's New!

The DLCC is now accepting pricing for Elevator and Escalator Evaluations. Click here for more information!


The SEA is now accepting proposals for qualifications and expression of interest for DLCC Development Opportunity which may include a headquarters hotel, mixed-use and other. Please click here for more details. Or, call Rifat at 412-393-7108, or email at rqureshi@pgh-sea.com, to receive RFQ and related information.


Please click here to visit the team's Lower Hill Redevelopment project website.


The DLCC is now accepting proposals for Cable System: Water Infiltration Investigation and Design. Click here for details!


The DLCC is now accepting bids for other various projects including Elevator Glass Repair, Water Feature Caulk Installation, and Additional Electrical Service. Click here for details.


The Sports & Exhibition Authority (SEA) is governed by a seven member Board of Directors appointed by both the County of Allegheny and the City of Pittsburgh. The SEA's existence is pursuant to the Sports and Exhibition Authority Act (16 P.S. Section 5502-A et seq.).

The Stadium Authority is a sister agency to the SEA. It is governed by a five member Board of Directors appointed by the City of Pittsburgh and also exists pursuant to the Sports and Exhibition Authority Act (16 P.S. Section 5502-A et seq.).

This website includes information about the Authorities' history, operations, and current role in regional economic development.