The ridge truss at the new Vikings stadium is nearly complete, as the sixth one out of seven was recently installed. The final ridge truss section will be built into place later this summer.
The Minnesota-based company InterClad is working on the curtain wall system of aluminum frames and glass for the new Vikings stadium which will help let natural light into the new facility but keep the wind and cold out once the weather turns bad.
Vikings Chief Operating Officer Kevin Warren talks about Minnesota's bid to bring the College Football Playoff National Championship Game to the new Vikings stadium in 2020.
Watch Tuesday's press conference where the Vikings, MSFA and others helped announce Minnesota's bid for a future college football title game at the new Vikings stadium.
After giving seat selection priority to all Vikings Season Ticket Members, the team and Van Wagner Sports & Entertainment will open the process to the general public this week. Get a closer look at the New Stadium Preview Center, and visit VikingsLegacy.com to book your appointment.
Watch a timelapse of the new Vikings stadium's construction, which is now over 50 percent complete, starting from when the Metrodome went down through earlier this month.
With approximately 37,000 seats in the new stadium already committed, the Vikings and Van Wagner will open the sales process to non-Season Ticket Members beginning next Thursday. Book your appointment now at VikingsLegacy.com.
Last weekend the sixth queen's post truss was installed at the new Vikings stadium. The 11 total queen's post trusses will run north and south and support the roof’s metal decking and ETFE material.
With the new Vikings stadium now 50 percent complete, the local media was recently given a guided and detailed tour going both inside and outside the facility to show the amazing progress that's been made over the last year or so.