The 29 Palms Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Facility is a 140 million housing for 1,500 marines, dining hall and parking structure. The landscape architectural elements of this project focuses on sustainability (project is 90% sustainable). The facility successfully integrates pedestrian, vehicular, and emergency vehicle circulation. The overall campus like design concept is based on the creation of spaces that promote ease of security and low maintenance, safety, and appropriate use by Marines and staff. The design has a central unifying pedestrian walk system. The arrangement of spaces balances passive and active recreation by pairing like uses.