Earlier this year, Purdue University President Mitch Daniels announced that the school would honor the memory of Tyler Trent at Ross-Ade Stadium by naming the student section entrance in his honor. On Monday, construction on the project began.

Purdue posted a photo to Twitter on Monday afternoon, showing that construction is underway on the Tyler Trent Student Gate. The entrance, previously known as Gate E, also will display a plaque that shares Trent’s story.

The gate being dedicated is the same entrance where Trent camped out before Purdue’s 2017 matchup against Michigan at Ross-Ade Stadium. It was there where he met head coach Jeff Brohm.

In the last months of his life, Trent promoted cancer research and joined the fight with ESPN through the V Foundation. A bobblehead doll and biography were also sold to help raise money for cancer research.

Trent will always have a place in the hearts of the Purdue community as his story and attitude reached so many.

Below is a rendering of what the entrance will look like upon completion.