OSHKOSH, Wis. -

Two building projects are underway at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, but crews haven't broken ground on a third that officials originally expected to finish this month.

The Oshkosh Northwestern reports construction of the Intramural Recreation Field Complex, a 4.35-acre facility for sports, will now begin in 2017.

The $6.4-million complex includes a building for bathrooms and storage, a warm-up field, and a "super" field for soccer, rugby, lacrosse, flag football, and softball. It will be covered with a dome to allow for winter use.

It's the second time the project has been pushed back. Nathan Scott, director of student recreation, says this delay was due to the approval process to break ground. The State Building Commission approved it in December, and the Oshkosh Common Council approved it in October.