San Jose State unveiled plans to build new athletic facilities, which will include a $10 million football building, the Mercury news reports.

Apparently, athletic director Tom Bowen has been working on the projects behind the scenes for four years. The announcement comes at an important juncture, as the future of the Western Athletic Conference—which SJSU is a part of—has never been more perilous.

Boise State will be leaving the WAC to join the Mountain West Conference in the fall, and Fresno State, Nevada and Hawaii will follow Boise St. the next year. So far, those schools are being replaced by Denver, Texas San-Antonio and Texas State. (Denver won’t be playing football, though.)

There are five different projects total SJSU will be building, and they will cost somewhere between $16 to 20 million. The projects consist of the football facility that includes a tribute to the late Bill Walsh, football practice fields, a field house for basketball and volleyball that will be open to the public, indoor tennis courts and a scoreboard for the football stadium.

The school is in the process of looking for a lead donor for the project, which will be paid out of a $200 million general fundraising campaign that was started late last year.

Read More at the Mercury News.