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Minnesota Vikings Highlight U.S. Bank Stadium’s Sustainability Features

With the grand opening of the Minnesota Vikings’ new stadium less than three months away, construction workers are busy putting the finishing touches on what many are calling one of the most technically advanced sports venues ever built. Workers recently installed an HD video board on the exterior west side of U.S. Bank Stadium, while inside the stadium crews have erected the field goal posts ahead of the turf installation later this month. However, high-definition video boards and gigantic pivoting glass doors aren’t the only state-of-the-art features found in U.S. Bank Stadium. The venue also has many impressive sustainability features that will make it one of the most environmentally friendly sports facilities in the world. Are you ready to reserve your seat in the Minnesota Vikings’ brand new U.S. Bank Stadium? A Minnesota Vikings SBL (Stadium Builder’s License) gives season ticket members the right to control their seats for as long as they continue to purchase Vikings season tickets. Vikings SBL owners also have the first right to purchase tickets to Vikings home playoff games. If you are looking to buy a Vikings SBL, be sure to check out our quality Minnesota Vikings SBL listings today! We also have resources with the latest information about U.S. Bank Stadium seating charts, Vikings parking passes, and Minnesota Vikings schedules.

As recently highlighted by the team on the official U.S. Bank Stadium website, the new stadium was designed with the region’s unique climate in mind. From its steeply sloped roof that helps prevent snow accumulation (an issue that plagued the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome); to its advanced LED lighting system, U.S. Bank Stadium was designed to be a highly energy efficient venue that minimizes its impact on the environment. Besides allowing the roof to more easily shed snow, the translucent ETFE material the roof is made of will also help keep the stadium warm during harsh Minnesota winters via solar thermal heating. And since the ETFE roof allows sunlight into the stadium, the venue will also require less lighting. However, even when artificial lighting is required, the LED lighting system is expected to provide energy savings of over 75 percent when compared to traditional metal halide lights. Last but not least, U.S. Bank Stadium also features low-flow plumbing and a water-efficient irrigation system that is expected to considerably reduce the venue’s water usage. Secure your seat in this word class stadium today with a quality Vikings SBL from PSL Source today!