Vikings stadium architect to talk shop tonight in Duluth
November 28, 2012 — 7:09am
Sports fans in Duluth and surrounding communities interested in weighing in on the design of the new Minnesota Vikings stadium can do so at a 5:30 p.m. public forum today at the Holiday Inn & Suites in downtown Duluth.
John Hutchings, a representative with HKS Inc., which will design the stadium, will discuss the project, along with representatives of the Vikings and the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority, which is working with the team to oversee construction of the $975 million downtown Minneapolis development.
HKS Inc. is a Dallas-based architectural and engineering firm that drew up plans for stadiums recently built for the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys and Indianapolis Colts.
Today's meeting will take place in the Lake Superior Room of the hotel, located at 200 W. First St. in Duluth.
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