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Mortenson wins Vikings stadium contract: 8 other sports venues they’ve built

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Target Center and downtown Minneapolis, Minn. 
Sept. 28, 2011
The Target Center and downtown Minneapolis on Sept. 28, 2011. (MPR Photo/Jeffrey Thompson). Opened in 1990. Construction cost: $73,000,000. Project size: 832,000 square feet.

1. Target Field, Minneapolis

Target Field
Target Field in downtown Minneapolis on Sept. 28, 2011. (MPR Photo/Jeffrey Thompson). Opened in 2010. Construction cost: $412,000,000. Project size: 1,014,796 square feet.

 

2. Target Center, Minneapolis

Target Center
The Target Center and downtown Minneapolis on Sept. 28, 2011. (MPR Photo/Jeffrey Thompson). Opened in 1990. Construction cost: $73,000,000. Project size: 832,000 square feet.

 

3. Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul

Excel Energy Center
A Minnesota Wild game at the X in 2010. (Photo: Tom Olmscheid)

 

4. TCF Bank Stadium, Minneapolis

TCF Bank Stadium
TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota campus in Minneapolis. (MPR Photo).

 

  • Read the story: Mortenson picked to build new Minnesota Vikings stadium

  • See photos of what the stadium might look like 

  • Can more gambling pay for the stadium? Read this update about how it's going. 

5. Coors Field, Denver

 

6. FedexForum, Memphis

 

7. Sprint Center, Kansas City

 

8. Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis

Edward Jones Dome
Spectators watch the action between Illinois and Louisville in a semifinal game at the Final Four on Saturday, April 2, 2005, at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya) Opened in 1995. Construction cost: $188,000,000. Project size: 1,710,000 square feet.

 

  • Read the story: Mortenson picked to build new Minnesota Vikings stadium

  • See photos of what the stadium might look like 

  • Can more gambling pay for the stadium? Read this update about how it's going.