The legislature recognizes that the board has all powers necessary or convenient for designing, constructing, equipping, improving, controlling, operating, and maintaining the stadium and may enter into contracts that are, in its judgment, in the best interests of the public for those purposes. Notwithstanding contrary law, the board may adopt the fair and competitive design and construction procurement procedures in connection with the stadium that it considers to be in the public interest. The board must ensure, to the greatest extent practicable, that materials derived from American-made steel are used in the construction of the stadium. Sections 16B.33 and 16B.335 do not apply to the stadium.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes