The COVID-19 coronavirus has shut down many industries throughout the nation; one industry that has been allowed to continue is construction. Alabama Athletic Director Greg Bryne revealed to Eli Gold on the Alabama Athletic Spring Update Show that the governor allowed construction to continue at Bryant Denny Stadium. Today he turned to Twitter to give the Alabama fan base a tour of the progress at the stadium.

Byrne showed off the safety measures he's taking by wearing a mask to the construction site and the progress of the expanded concourses.

The locker room and recruiting room are still bare but look larger. The athletic director promises they will be be cool spots once completed.

Brand new elevators will make getting to the upper level easier. The new larger videos boards will make the big plays in Bryant-Denny feel even larger!

The expanded concourses will allow more fan traffic to go to and fro to the restrooms and concession stands. The new Champions Club is a part of the Crimson Standard, Byrne advertised that there is still availability for the special seats. Byrne also shows off the new player entrance, its raw at the moment but will turn out great.

The construction is coming along and will be completed by the time the football season starts in September.

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