Home of the Texas A&M Football program, the Bright Complex sits in the south end zone of Kyle Field and gives the Aggies the premier facility of its kind in the country to call their own.

The facility has undergone more than 36,000 square feet of renovations to modernize the entire complex and create the most forward-thinking, technologically-advanced football training facility in collegiate athletics. The renovations include a new entry atrium and an updated, fully renovated locker room, players’ lounge, training rooms, meeting rooms and coaches’ offices.

A $20.8 million project, the renovations have included the $4 million Lohman Center and a whopping $16.8 million for the team areas, including the Vicky and Terry Klein '78 Locker Room and the adjacent hallways, meeting rooms, sports medicine facility, hydrotherapy pool and much more.

Take a look inside the building below with our photo tour.

The stunning Lohman Center serves as the entrance to the Bright Complex, and features a 50-foot tall glass tower in the lobby--representing the continual drive for the pinnacle of excellence. A panoramic 180-degree sensory video experience sits at the base and captures the power and drama of game day in front of the 12th Man at Kyle Field.

 

 

A backlit wall showcases Kyle Field at the forefront of the 14 stadiums of the SEC and serves as a reminder that Texas A&M is a member of the nation's premier athletic conference.

 

 

An open-concept stairway leads guests, players and staff to the building's second floor, which features the brand-new R.C. Slocum Nutrition Center and the award-winning Nye Academic Center.

 

 

State-of-the-art custom seating from Spain highlights a new-look Hagner Auditorium, where the team conducts daily meetings.

 

 

A look at the players-only access to the locker room, athletic training room, meeting rooms and more.

 

 

Upon entering the team area players are greeted with a huge customizable video display wall.

 

 

A look at some of the high-impact custom graphics that tell the story of Texas A&M Football. The latest technology and lighting systems are in use, allowing for a dynamic transformation from day-to-day training mode to a high-impact recruiting mode.

 

 

A look at some of the high-impact custom graphics that tell the story of Texas A&M Football. The latest technology and lighting systems are in use, allowing for a dynamic transformation from day-to-day training mode to a high-impact recruiting mode.

 

 

A look down the players-only concourse within the Bright Complex includes a cutting-edge lenticular graphic. This hallway leads from the position meeting rooms.

 

 

Texas A&M Football lives by this motto: "We play hard...we play fast...we play physical."

 

 

Another look down the players-only concourse within the Bright Complex, leading to the position meeting rooms.

 

 

Another centerpiece of the players concourse is a video wall that spotlights Aggies in the NFL. The fully-customizable display is larger than life and includes dynamic content based on current NFL achievements.

 

 

The adidas uniform display transforms from a solid wall to a full view of the latest in uniform technology. The window wall features a touch-screen video interface that includes equipment specs and uniform highlights.

 

 

Texas A&M Sports Medicine has a new home and is located right next door to the locker room and meeting rooms on the ground floor, affording student-athletes quick and efficient access to top-notch care.

 

 

The highlight of the new Sports Medicine area is the hydrotherapy pool, which features both hot and cold areas, eight HDTVs mounted inside the walls, a high-impact lighting system and a ceiling-to-floor water wall.

 

 

Players use these doors to enter the Vicky and Terry Klein '78 Locker Room.

 

 

A fully-customizable video wall provides privacy from the hallway and marks the entry into the Vicky and Terry Klein '78 Locker Room, and can be used to display schedules, important messages, highlights and much more.

 

 

The signature component of the renovation, the Vicky and Terry Klein '78 Locker Room includes a high-impact experience unlike anything else in collegiate athletics.

 

 

The signature component of the renovation, the Vicky and Terry Klein '78 Locker Room includes a high-impact experience unlike anything else in collegiate athletics.

 

 

Two frameless LED screens on each locker can display information about players, daily motivational content and serve as a ribbon board with the ability to continuously transform the environment.

 

 

Each locker’s standard video display includes a player’s home state, with a star denoting his hometown, as well as his social media handles.

 

 

Individual helmet displays and a custom perforated metal ceiling top each specially-designed locker, which also include personal charging stations.

 

 

Each locker features vacuum and ventilation systems located underneath the helmet, shoulder pad and cleat storage areas.

 

 

A centerpiece for the locker room is a private barbershop lounge for the players, featuring custom art designed by MiQ Wilmott--an acclaimed graphic artist in the sports apparel industry.

 

 

A centerpiece for the locker room is a private barbershop lounge for the players, featuring custom art designed by MiQ Wilmott--an acclaimed graphic artist in the sports apparel industry.

 

 

LED TVs are embedded into the mirrors of each sink station inside the bathroom area.

 

 

Players access their equipment from "The Vault", which is located steps from the main floor of the locker room.

 

 

Renovated meeting rooms include high-impact graphics, dry-erase walls, the latest in film analysis and video technology, custom seating and more.

 

 

Renovated meeting rooms include high-impact graphics, dry-erase walls, the latest in film analysis and video technology, custom seating and more.

 

 

A look inside the fully-updated coaches' locker room.