Welcome to Dakota County Regional Chamber of Commerce
Dakota County Regional Chamber of Commerce is committed to building a stronger regional business community. We steadfastly serve the cities of Eagan, Farmington, Lilydale, Mendota, Mendota Heights, Rosemount, Sunfish Lake, and West St. Paul, along with Castle Rock, Empire, Eureka, and Hampton Townships. Explore the many ways we're leading the way to make the Dakota County area the best possible place to live, work, and grow your business.
Dakota County Regional Chamber of Commerce is the influential voice to champion economic growth for business.
President's Search Committee Seeking Candidates
Dakota County Regional Chamber of Commerce is seeking interested candidates for the position of president. Submit confidential cover letter, resume, salary history and requirements electronically to CEO Search Committee prior to September 15, 2017. Read the Position Profile for more details.
The Vikings are Coming!
Vikings Celebrate Steel Topping Off at Twin Cities Orthopedics Performance Center
The Minnesota Vikings, Crawford Architects, Kraus Anderson, and Twin Cities Orthopedics celebrated a major construction milestone on the Twin Cities Orthopedics Performance Center as the last piece of structural steel was recently installed.
To commemorate the steel "topping off," construction crews hoisted the final piece of steel, which was recently painted white and signed by Vikings staff and construction workers, into position along with the traditional evergreen tree and American flag.
More than 1,300 tons of steel were installed in the headquarters while 2,200 tons were used for the Vikings indoor practice facility (IPF). The IPF stands at a height of 113 feet with a 100-foot clearance to fully accommodate kicking and punting. The roof trusses span 220 feet from north to south and are 12 feet wide at their midpoint. The steel was fabricated by Ted Mannstedt and Son in La Crosse, WI, and erected by Danny's Construction Company in Shakopee, MN.
To date, construction crews have logged more than 80,000 hours on the project and more than 130 workers are on site daily. Of the 38 subcontractors awarded work thus far, 32 are Minnesota-based. The project remains on time for a March 2018 opening.