AUBURN, Alabama — Construction is nearly finished on a renovation and a major addition to Jordan-Hare Stadium.

The projects totaling $40 million include new suites on the west side of the stadium, where the press box once stood, and the $28 million game-day facility addition in the south end zone.

Auburn released a video Thursday providing a sneak peek inside the game-day facility, the Harbert Family Recruiting Center. Athletics director Allen Greene wears a hard hat and leads the tour of the facility, which is mostly empty but is set to be finished in August.

The multi-story facility includes an expanded and renovated 16,000-square-foot locker room for the Tigers. The game-day facility will include recruiting space for football and Olympic sports, a two-level "Tiger Walk" club space for fans and a new press box to relocate the media from the west side to the southwest corner of the stadium.

The project includes the renovation of the existing home locker room, which will expand and double in size to 16,000 square feet as part of the new facility. The recruiting lounge currently located adjacent to the locker room will be removed to make room for the locker room.

Greene's tour of the facility included a glance at "The Heisman Room," where coach Gus Malzahn says is where the "serious" business goes down, Greene says in the video. As Greene walks through a training room, the first-year Auburn athletics directory says, "Come in and get taped up. And get ready to win a national championship."

Greene also shows off the two-level club space called the "Tiger Walk Club," which oversees Pat Dye Field and includes a view to the south for the traditional pre-game Tiger Walk with the team. 

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The game-day facility originally carries a construction budget of $28 million. Meanwhile, the original press box on the west side of the stadium is being transformed into premium seating and is expected to cost $12 million. The renovation along the west side of the stadium includes 10,800 square feet. 

Space is still available for the premium seating in the "Tiger Walk Club" and along the west side of Jordan-Hare Stadium, says Greene, who asks fans to visit to grab space and tickets in the new seating areas.

Auburn's first game of the 2018 season inside Jordan-Hare Stadium is Sept. 8 against Alabama State.

Auburn has raised $21.7 million in funds for the $40 million project. Auburn’s goal is to raise $31.4 million for the multi-level game-day facility measuring 44,000-square-feet. 

Bob and Julie Broadway recently donated $3.4 million. The family will be recognized with a new premium seating location called the Broadway Club. The premium seating is located where the press box resided until this upcoming season. The club on the west side of Jordan-Hare Stadium will include space for 120 fans and features “deluxe interior finishes and furnishings,” according to Auburn.

You can watch Greene's full tour of the new game-day facility below.