Leipers Fork Stream Restoration Project is located in Franklin, TN. This project was done for The Tennessee Stream Mitigation Program and KCI Technologies. Construction began in October 2009 and was completed in January 2010. Project consisted of restoration and preservation of 7,686 LF of stream, floodplain reconnection and restoration, as well as streambank stabilization. Numerous structures were used for this project to regulate stream flow. These structures included, but were not limited to: constructed riffles, log sills, for crossings, cross vanes, log vanes, boulders clusters, and step pools. For a portion of this project, work in live stream was permitted, as opposed to pump around. Leipers Fork consisted of Priority I & II of stream restoration. The project manager for this project was Lloyd Glover, V.P. and the foreman was Allen Hill.