Back in September 2019, Georgia approved the construction of an $80 million expansion of its existing football complex. Features of the expansion include a locker room, new players’ lounge, new coaches’ offices and a recruiting lounge.

The Bulldogs have continued to invest money in the football program following the arrival of Kirby Smart, including an indoor practice facility, a new locker room at Sanford Stadium, along with a new lounge to host recruits. And a new video board has also been included among the football program’s recent building projects.

It appears that with the new expansion at Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall, things aren’t slowing down just yet.

The target date for completion of the 1st phase is set for April, with Phase 2 to be completed in 2022. On Sunday, the football program released a video displaying how things are progressing, which you can view below:

Football in the SEC is obviously big business, with programs looking to outpace each other and ensure they have the most up-to-date, cutting edge facilities. And as Georgia hopes to finally bring home the football program’s first national championship since 1980, it hopes that this latest building project will serve as yet another piece in the puzzle.