The leaky exterior panels on US Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis are more problematic than originally thought.
And they all have to be replaced.
The cost os $21 million dollars, which will not be paid by taxpayers, who footed a large part of the bill for the billion-dollar home of the Vikings.
In a settlement announced on Friday, the repair plan will be split between the building's general contractor Mortenson, and seven others.
Here is the joint statement on the settlement:
Mortenson Senior Vice President John Wood, who oversaw the stadium's construction, was quoted saying they're embarassed by the fact the building has had these issues.
He says the company can do the right thing and fix it.