Underwood Stream and Wetland Mitigation Project is a project located in Siler City, NC.  This project was constructed for Wildlands Engineering, Inc.  Construction began in August 2012 and was completed in December 2012.  It consisted of 9,189 LF of stream enhancement and restoration and floodplain reconnection and restoration. Additionally, there were 6.7 acres of wetland restoration and 7 acres of wetland creation.  This project used many structures to control stream flow.  These structures included, but were not limited to:  constructed riffles, log sills, log vanes, rock vanes, and permanent ford crossings.  In addition floodplain reconnection was performed on this project.  Underwood Stream and Wetland Mitigation Project consisted of Priority I & II of stream restoration.  The project manager for this project was Charles Hill and the foreman was George Holmes.