MORGANTOWN -- Dana Holgorsen is set up in an office at the end of the hallway inside the Puskar Center that houses the rest of the coaches on the offensive staff.
The space West Virginia's offensive coordinator works in today is the space his predecessor worked in the previous three seasons.
Come January, Holgorsen will move again, this time to the office of Head Coach Bill Stewart, who Holgorsen was hired in December to replace beginning in 2012.
That's one of a few upgrades Holgorsen plans to make while in charge of the Mountaineers.
"This is a good, functional building," he said. "The players park, come in, they meet, they eat, they lift, they dress. Very functional. But there are always things you can do better. Like those two pictures right there, right?"
With that, Holgorsen gestures to a wall from across where he sits in his office and at framed action photographs of former WVU quarterbacks Patrick White and Jarrett Brown. Those are the remaining decorative effects of Jeff Mullen, who coached both players when he was on the Mountaineers staff from 2008-10.
"How old are those?" Holgorsen said. "There's always stuff like that that you can improve. That's in the whole building. Furniture can always improve. Pictures can always improve. The weight room floor can always improve. Weight room equipment can always improve. The training table can always improve. The study table in the back. The computers get old and you've got to replace the computers with new ones.
"That is something that never changes. The stadium, there hasn't been work to the stadium in a long time."
Holgorsen is interested in modern amenities and luxuries alike.
"How many people are building suites nowadays?" he said. "Why do they do it?
"You make money. They buy them and you make money. That's something that hasn't been done around here that's been on everybody's mind. Our boss, it's on his mind every single day."