A 25-year-old construction worker has been hospitalized after falling four stories from the site of renovations to Texas A&M’s Kyle Field Tuesday morning.

The man fell from the fourt level landing on the northeast side of the stadium shortly before 11 am. He was taken to St. Joseph Regional Health Center in Bryan with unspecified injuries. His condition has not yet been released to the public.

A Texas A&M spokesperson said during a press conference earlier today that OSHA and contractor Manhattan-Vaughn are investigating the incident.

Kyle Field is currently undergoing a $425 million renovation to increase seating capacity and install new turf. In June, four workers were injured when the school’s equine center collapsed while under construction.