In the fall of 2013, time was nearly up for Minneapolis’ Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome stadium. After collapsing the roof for the fifth and final (and only intentional) time, the opportunity to build a new and bigger home for the Minnesota Vikings had arrived.
With a conference room overlooking the site, the Visual Communications group at Litigation Insights had front row seats to the massive construction project. On December 28, 2013 – the day before the final Vikings game in the Metrodome – we began shooting around the clock to document the process.
Our camera took one 12.2 megapixel image every 15 minutes for over two and a half years. By the new stadium’s inaugural regular season game, we had taken over 100,000 images.