The Twin Cities Performance Center reached two steel milestones this week as work continues on the Vikings future home in Eagan, Minn.
Erection of the steel that makes up the headquarters has been completed. Earlier this week, the steelwork began on the team's indoor practice facility.
Currently there are 17 Minnesota-based subcontractors working on the project under Kraus-Anderson, another Minnesota-based company.
To date, nearly 40,000 work hours have gone into the project that's slated to be completed in March 2018.