Pancho Stream and Wetland Mitigation Bank was a project completed in Goldsboro, NC. This project was done for the Pancho Mitigation Company, LLC. Construction began in October 2012 and was completed in May 2013. This project consisted of 10,260 LF of stream restoration and enhancement and floodplain reconnection and restoration. In addition, there were 29 acres of restored riparian wetlands, 1.5 acres of enhanced riparian wetlands, and 0.5 acres of preserved existing forested riparian wetlands. Various structures were used in construction of this project. These structures included, but were not limited to: log cross vanes, teracell drop structures, and storm-water BMP wetlands. Pancho Stream consisted of Priority I of stream restoration. The project manager for this project was Charles Hill and the foreman was Thomas Herzog.