Steve McReynolds, the owner of Texas-based Groves Equipment Rental and an alumnus of Baylor University, has donated a custom-painted Grove RT880E rough-terrain crane for the construction of a football stadium at Baylor University. It's located next to the Brazos River, the longest waterway in Texas, and will have boat slips so fans can enjoy water access to the games. The crane will be erecting steel for the stadium's structure and installing a variety of construction materials. McReynolds chose the new RT880E rough terrain crane for the project because of its reach and capacity. He also had it painted in the school's colours Baylor Green and Baylor Gold û and had decals of the school's logos placed on the crane. The crane is meant to boost school spirit when students and alumni see it working. The RT880E has a 128 ft (39 m) Megaform boom and boasts an 80 USt (75 t) capacity. The crane was designed for operator comfort and visibility with a 20o tilt and a Full Vision cab that is outfitted with ergonomically designed crane controls.