AU Summer Construction Photo Gallery 6

Auburn, Ala.--Scenes from Auburn construction projects for football, tennis, golf and swimming are featured.

Twelve of the 32 courts at the new Yarbrough Tennis Center on Richland Road are outdoor hard courts. That will enable the men's and women's tennis teams to practice at the same time as well as have matches at the same time. The old Luther Young Tennis Center had just six courts.

A view is shown of some of the clay courts that officially opened for play on Monday. There are 16 soft courts at the complex that are available for use by the Auburn tennis teams as well as the general public.

A view of the tennis pro shop and offices for the clay court portion of the complex that is being run by the city of Auburn is shown.

A view from the lobby into the indoor tennis courts area is shown. The men's and women's tennis teams will have access to six indoor hard courts as part of the tennis complex jointly built by Auburn University and the city of Auburn.

A view of the new outdoor pool is shown. The facility is being built on the site of the old Luther Young Tennis Center. It is expected to be ready for use in August.

A view of the construction is shown of the gate area for entering the new pool from the east side.

Auburn's men's and women's golf teams will be moving into a new home at the Auburn University Club. A view of the front of the building is shown. The new complex includes an indoor hitting area, locker rooms, offices, study rooms and meeting rooms.

A view of the construction to add an new high definition video screen on the south end zone scoreboard at Jordan-Hare Stadium is shown.

The new video board will be approximately twice the size of the previous one at the football stadium.

Construction crews are expected to have the new video board installed by early August.

A view from the football field shows where the video board will be located above the south end zone.

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