The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority wants more time to think over its decision on selecting a builder for the new Minnesota Vikings stadium.
Three construction firms submitted bids to build the new Minnesota Vikings stadium by Monday’s deadline, including one local company, according to the agency overseeing bidding.
Six firms are vying to manage construction of the $1 billion new Minnesota Vikings football stadium to be built in downtown Minneapolis.
Roberta Oldenburg didn’t plan on working in the construction industry.
The newly issued request for Vikings stadium architectural and engineering services says the A/E team must have experience as the primary design architect on at least one professional or college football stadium built in the past 10 years.
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority has taken another key step toward putting together a project team for the new $975 million Minnesota Vikings stadium.
Published: August 3, 2012
Tags: Hammes Co., International Facilities Group, Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority, Minnesota Vikings, National Football League, NFL, Steve Maki, Vikings, Weston Sports and Entertainment
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority has chosen Hammes Co., a Madison, Wis.-based firm with experience on a variety of National Football League stadium projects, to provide owner’s representative services for the $975 million Vikings stadium project.
Hammes Co. Sports Development Inc., Madison, is vying to be a key player on the Vikings stadium project.
Miron Construction Co. Inc., Neenah, has been selected as the official provider of construction services for the Green Bay Packers and Lambeau Field.
A lawsuit from two Madison residents contesting the merits of a controversial downtown hotel expansion project will not be heard by the state Supreme Court.