The public will have its first look at the new $975 million Vikings stadium next month.
The soon-to-be-announced construction manager for the Vikings stadium project won’t have much time to celebrate its selection.
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority wants more time to think over its decision on selecting a builder for the new Minnesota Vikings stadium.
A leading Democratic state lawmaker said he is growing more concerned about the reliability of tax revenue from electronic gambling machines that is supposed to help pay for construction of a new Minnesota Vikings stadium.
Stadium watchers will have to wait a week longer than expected to find out who will build the new $975 million home of the Minnesota Vikings.
Published: December 10, 2012
Tags: Adolfson & Peterson, Knutson, LEED, Metrodome, Michele Kelm-Helgen, Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority, Mortenson Construction, Opus, PCL Construction, Ryan Cos., Vikings
The chase is on for the right to build the new Minnesota Vikings stadium, arguably the most coveted sports construction project up for grabs in the U.S.
Gov. Mark Dayton said Thursday that Minnesota Vikings officials weren’t forthright during negotiations about the possibility that season ticket holders could be charged hefty new fees to help fund the new stadium.
Tom Fisher, dean of the University of Minnesota’s College of Design, is not a fan of the Metrodome stadium in Minneapolis.
The architect who designed the stadiums for the Dallas Cowboys and Indianapolis Colts has been chosen to design the Minnesota Vikings’ new stadium.
The process of choosing an architecture/engineering firm to create the new Minnesota Vikings stadium might need extra time.