Pavilion Park sits on the former 3700-acre Marine Corps Airbase and was achieved through a thoughtful and sophisticated design-build process. In particular, large heritage trees provide shade throughout, including an expansive terrace designed for community gatherings. The terrace features a unique art installation of wind chimes that further contributes to the relaxed atmosphere of the park. Other notable features include a pool and spa, playgrounds, sport courts, and an extensive network of recreational paths. Southern California native and California-friendly plants were also used to create a bold, simple, and distinctive landscape. Overall, the landscape embraces a holistic approach through resource conservation. This was addressed through astute planting and irrigation design, paving and drainage solutions, as well as methods of reducing long term operations and maintenance.