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Director of Finance

Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission
900 South Fifth Street
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55415
United States

 
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Education

  • Masters , Business Administration
  • BSME
  • University of Minnesota
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Stadium Management MSFC Metrodome - Minneapolis, MN
www.msfc.com, 30 Jan 2014 [cached]
Steve Maki, P.E.
Director of Finance
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Steve Maki, P.E., Director of Facilities & Engineering Telephone: 612-335-3313; e-mail: steve.maki@msfa.com
The Metrodome and Its Effects | ALSD
www.alsd.com, 7 Mar 2013 [cached]
At 4:00 p.m., a wind gust knocked down Metrodome engineer Steve Maki, who was also on the roof, and he faced a decision. The roof was sagging in the center. Hot water from the hoses was not working and there was a watery, slushy layer building up. Maki made the decision to stop the snow removal; he had the men off the roof by 6:00 p.m. Just hours later, the roof collapsed.
Key Personnel MSFA - Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority
www.msfa.com, 8 Oct 2013 [cached]
Steve Maki, P.E., Director of Facilities & Engineering
Telephone: 612-335-3313; e-mail: steve.maki@msfa.com
"I don't think there is anything ...
www.startribune.com, 13 July 2012 [cached]
"I don't think there is anything that is off the table at this point," Steve Maki, director of facilities and engineering for the Metrodome, said after members of the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority met for only the second time since being appointed last month.
Maki told authority members that he recently contacted Bowl Championship Series (BCS) administrators, who help determine matchups for post-season college football games, and asked them to review a general outline for the Vikings stadium project.
Key elements of that outline, created in 2008 and 2009 by HKS Architects of Dallas and Mortenson Construction of Minneapolis , were used in shaping the stadium financing legislation approved this spring.
Maki said the authority wants to know whether that plan, nearly four years old, is adequate for hosting a BCS playoff game or an NCAA Final Four men's basketball tournament, or whether it needs to be tweaked.
He said officials from both organizations plan to respond by the end of July -- in advance of the authority's hiring of an architectural firm to begin detailed work on designing the new stadium.
"All we're trying to do is find out if the program we have out there appears to meet their needs and if the planned stadium could meet the BCS needs," he said.
DL Online Sports March 17, 2001
www.dl-online.com, 17 Mar 2001 [cached]
Prior to Wednesday night's meeting in Moorhead , Steven C. Maki , P.E. , the Metrodome's director of facilities and engineering and a MSFC staff member , stopped off in Detroit Lakes for a brief question-and-answer session regarding the MSFC's visit , as well as stadium issues in general that are changing the face of professional sports.Maki is originally from the Iron Range community of Chisholm , and prior to becoming a MSFC staff member , he worked in the mining industry for about eight years , until he landed a job with the commission in the early 1980s.Maki has a mechanical engineering background and is a University of Minnesota graduate.Q : Why are MSFC members visiting cities in greater Minnesota.A : As you know , over the last few years , professional sports teams and their stadiums have become a big issue in Minnesota and across the nation.What we've seen is that the Minnesota Twins have presented their proposal for a new stadium , and that failed , and now we've come to a point where the Minnesota Vikings have said they need a new stadium , and the University of Minnesota has kind of jumped on that bandwagon , also saying they need a new stadium.I think the genesis of all of these discussions is the need for teams to generate more money.And the economics between these three teams as Metrodome tenants are vastly different.Baseball has huge differences in revenues ; they've had the somewhat implied threat of contraction , saying that if you don't do something , Major League Baseball may look at eliminating teams such as Montreal , the Twins , Kansas City and the Florida Marlins.
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