Keith Jarvis is the deputy director of construction at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington. He’s overseeing the construction of their new $80 million dollar, 205,000 square-foot Indoor Training Facility. “This provides an additional venue and a much needed venue to further enhance the training of the entire corps,” said Jarvis. He says it’s meant to keep cadets marching, rain or shine. Some of the features will include a curved hydraulic Olympic track, climbing wall, rope courses, and underground parking lot. Jarvis says the building will be Eco-friendly and will even be able to collect rainwater. The building is expected to be completed in November of this year.