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Twin Cities Orthopedics Performance Center Tracker – November 10, 2017

View photos of the scoreboard install beginning at the TCO Performance Center in Eagan.

Video Board Installation Continues at TCO Stadium

Work continues on the video board located on the north side of the TCO Stadium as construction at the TCO Performance Center ramps up over the final months.

The 30 foot by 54 foot Daktronics video board is currently being manufactured and is scheduled to be installed in December. The four support footings, which are 30 feet deep and 8 feet wide, have been completed.

At 1,620 square feet, the video board is nearly three times the size of the video boards at the Metrodome and is the equivalent to 152 60" televisions.

Daktronics will also be installing fixed play clocks and scoreboards inside the team's indoor practice facility as well as an LED video board to be used for the four outdoor practice fields.

TCO Performance Center Sports Vikings Signage

The Twin Cities Performance Center is starting to look more like the future home of the Minnesota Vikings thanks to signage that is beginning to go up around the exterior of the building.

Three-dimensional Norsemen logos will be located on all four sides of the indoor practice facility, including a 32.5 foot by 26.5 logo on the south side just above the seating of the TCO Stadium.

The signage, which will be visible when driving from both directions on 494, includes Twin Cities Orthopedics branding as well as a large Norseman vinyl supergraphic that has been applied to the east side of the building.

Drone Footage Showcases TCO Performance Center Progress

Recent drone footage over the TCO Performance Center construction site highlights both the work that has been done since ground was broken in August 2016 and the final 30% that will be completed over the next four months.

The practice fields are installed ahead of the winter weather and work continues on the seating at the TCO Stadium.

The indoor practice facility is nearly enclosed. Glass that will provide the 93,000-square-foot space with natural light is yet to be installed.

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