President Trump and his staff will be moving out of the White House in August to allow for renovations to the West Wing, according to a report Tuesday.

Trump is scheduled to spend a portion of Aug. 3-20 at his golf resort in Bedminster, N.J., while construction projects take place.

Staffers who work in the West Wing will be able to work remotely or at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building next door, which houses Vice President Mike Pence and his team.

The White House press corps, who utilize the Brady Press Briefing Room, will not be affected by the construction, a General Services Administration spokesperson told Real Clear Politics.

The renovations are nothing new. Every August, as Congress rushes out for its month-long recess and Washington slows down, the first family will take a weeks-long trip to allow for maintenance to the White House without being in the way.

But the renovation process could get even more complicated if the Senate stays in town to tackle healthcare reform. The Senate is scheduled to vote Tuesday in a procedure that will decide if an Obamacare repeal measure is taken up in coming weeks, which would likely force Trump to stay in town.