In just one year, the U.S. Bank Stadium will be complete.
After a full year of construction, the new Minnesota Vikings stadium is halfway complete.
The team and the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority recently announced the project will hit the 50 percent mark by the end of March.
The Minnesota Vikings began a call this month for local artists to apply for commissions for the new stadium. The collection initiative is part of an effort to give back to the public and beautify the $1.1 billion facility.
The Vikings will pay more than $1.2 million for LED light upgrades to the team's new stadium.
The Vikings have added another $517,977 to the roughly $1 billion stadium project for additional concessions areas, another elevator and extra design services for a stadium skyway and press box, but not for new glass environmentalists say is necessary to protect birds.
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority (MSFA) released a “State of the Stadium” update today with new statistics offering insights into one of the largest construction projects in Minnesota’s history.
The Vikings have agreed to increase their contribution by $49 million for the new football stadium.
The City Council approved a resolution this morning calling for a bird-safe Vikings' stadium design.
Sections of one of the world's largest construction cranes — the Terex Demag CC 6800 crawler — arrived at the Vikings stadium construction site today.