Construction is in full swing on Maryland's "New" Cole Field House, the converted former basketball arena that will become the full-time practice home for the Terps football program sometime around summer 2018.
Maryland has this week installed a live camera stream on its official website, so you can check in with the renovations as they're happening for the next few years.
Here's a screen cap of the inside:
And here's the outside, as of April 19:
The project, at least before any cost overruns, is slated to cost $155 million. Most of the funding is private, including $25 million from Under Armour founder Kevin Plank.
The University of Maryland and Maryland's state government will each kick in $25 million each to make up the rest. Any cost overruns, lest the school find another donor, would be on the university or state taxpayers. It's a big project, and it's going to cost Maryland a lot of money even as in-state tuition keeps rising for Maryland students.