MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Vikings' brand new stadium is months away from completion, but already it needs repairs.
The Star Tribune reports U.S. Bank Stadium's gutter system is leaking and will need $4 million in fixes. The repair job will include taking off panels on nearly a full third of the stadium's facade, including removing the U.S. Bank Stadium logo.
"We're happy they found it now, stuff happens on projects," M.A. Mortenson Co. executive John Wood told the paper.
Workers were removing the logo and wall panels Wednesday, as reporter Patrick Kessler tweeted:
— Patrick Kessler (@PatKessler) February 24, 2016
The Star Tribune says the stadium is still expected to open in time for the 2016 NFL season.