Sportworks Design initially conducted master planning for the site. Specifically, Sportworks presented a number of layout options based on nationally recognized sport event complexes to The Warren County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB), who planned to turn the complex into a facility that could attract national tournaments.
After several iterations, the CVB settled on a design that created an athletic complex that can be rented throughout the year and attracts a variety of different sports. It includes 12 soccer fields, 2 artificial championship soccer field, 4 baseball fields, 2 championship baseball fields, lighting, parking, concessions, an amphitheater, playgrounds, and a pedestrian walking trail with connection to the regional bike path. By using strategic layouts of the various fields, the county was able to accommodate both a wide-range of age groups and additional sports, such as rugby and Ultimate Frisbee, which both require a larger field. Sportworks provided civil engineering, surveying and landscape architecture for the final design.