Miami announced official plans on Wednesday morning for an on-campus, state-of-the-art football facility.

“We are excited to announce plans to build this best-in-class, on-campus football facility,” athletic director Dan Radakovich said in a release. “The University of Miami wants to enroll the very best students in all walks of life and investing in facilities is critical to recruit and retain the very best. Facilities serve as a tangible, transformative representation of our overall investment and commitment to success, and this new football operations center speaks to the promise of Miami building championship programs.”

The video below includes renderings for the project:

Miami did not announce when it will begin construction on the project. It’s expected to be a 7-story, 172,000-square foot building once completed.

The list of amenities for the new facility includes new locker rooms, a golf simulator, an NIL suite, a recovery spa and new coaching offices, per the release.

“Competing in the rapidly changing landscape of college athletics requires creative thinking and bold investments,” Radakovich added. “We feel strongly that – with the support of our Hurricanes Family – we can achieve this new vision for Miami Athletics and set us up for success across all sports for years to come.”