CHAPEL HILL, N.C. --- Before the weather turns cold and the calendar flips to 2019, the look of the University of North Carolina's middle campus and athletic facilities will have a completely revamped appearance. A massive, multi-site building project has made Raleigh Road's curve through the middle of campus a literal construction zone.

Much focus has been on the indoor football practice facility and the two adjacent outdoor practice fields, one with synthetic turf, the other with natural grass. The practice facility was a promise made to by the Carolina athletic program to UNC head football coach Larry Fedora. It is a key aspect of a football program to keep pace with the competition in the never-ending athletic facility arms race.

Attached to the new indoor football practice facility will be the Fetzer Stadium complex. The home of the UNC men's and women's lacrosse teams, the complex will include wrap-around seating which will bring Carolina fans much closer to the action on the field.

Additional construction projects include a new field hockey stadium (also on Ridge Road) next to Boshamer Stadium and a new track and field complex and general athletic practice fields out by UNC's Finley golf course. Construction began in late May 2017, with an estimated overall cost of $100 million.

On Tuesday, Inside Carolina spoke with North Carolina athletic director Bubba Cunningham to receive an update on the facility construction, completion dates, and general relevant information.