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  • Ryan Cos. Awarded Parking Ramp, Skyway Construction Contract

    Ryan Companies has been awarded the parking ramp and skyway construction contract as part of the $975 million new multi-purpose Viking’s stadium development which will replace the Metrodome. The announcement was made by The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority, which mentioned that the stadium legislation calls for 2,000 parking spaces connected by skyway and 500 within one block of the new stadium.

    Minneapolis St Paul 09 July 2013 20:03

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