Located in Kernersville, NC, the Ivey Redmon Sports Complex lies within the Beeson Creek watershed. Through the years, upland development and agricultural practices resulted in Beeson Creek & several of its tributaries becoming incised due to increased stormwater runoff. Through a Request for Proposals, the Town of Kernersville selected North State Environmental in 2017 to complete its first stream design-build project. The 3,450 linear foot project was designed by North State Environmental’s design-build team member, Jennings Environmental. Project streams were experiencing sedimentation from streambank erosion and channel head cutting. The streambank erosion had caused extensive downstream migration of sediment and associated nutrients. The driving goal of this project was to reconnect the stream channel to its flood plain, thereby reducing stream velocities and scouring which would result in less sedimentation and nutrients washing downstream. The project goal was achieved by slightly lowering the flood plain and raising the profile of the stream bed. A variety of log and rock structures were installed to ensure that the newly aligned stream did not return to its pre-existing location and/or elevation. The design incorporated trees that were removed to construct the new stream alignment. These trees were installed on the outer meanders to serve as bank protection and aquatic habitat Reach 4 of the Beeson Creek project was planted with a large variety of native riparian plants to serve as flood plain stability and native re-vegetation introduction. The Town was awarded a grant from the NC Clean Water Management Trust Fund to assist with funding the restoration of these stream reaches at the sports complex. The project served as a public education and outreach opportunity, with planned workshops and classes led by NC Cooperative Extension with assistance from the North State Environmental Design-Build Team.