In 2014 the City of Perris engaged HAI to prepare a master plan for the Patriot Park Soccer Complex. The location of the soccer complex was to be in a city owned retention basin south of the existing Patriot Park Football Complex on Murrieta Road. The City approved the master plan in early 2014 and the preparation of phase-one construction documents for the soccer complex was completed in late 2014. Project construction started in the early 2015 with completed in the summer of 2015. The complex features a full size synthetic turf regulation soccer field for adult soccer play with overlays of ten smaller fields for youth play, a restroom building, spectator bleachers, a water canon synthetic turf cooling system, native shrub plantings, and a Musco Green sports lighting system. The soccer field is the first organic infill synthetic turf sports field built in Southern California. Sustainable design principles include the landscape and irrigation design in accordance with California Model Water Efficiency Landscape Ordinance (AB1881) featuring low water using native plants and low precipitation rate irrigation system, compliance with the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) by retention and percolation of all on-site storm water, and incorporation of Low Impact Development (LID) standards by using of the existing land configuration to reduce site grading thus eliminating the import and export of soil.