North State Environmental was responsible for handling stream restoration construction, stormwater control measures, planting and vegetation management services.
The project involved 40,185 ft of urban stream restoration. In addition to Reedy Creek, eight other named tributaries were restored. Select trees were cut within the park to provide wood for log structures. In-stream structures installed as part of the project included: woody riffles, constructed (rock) riffles, jazz riffles, ‘chunky’ riffles, rock & roll riffles, rock j-hooks, log j-hooks, log vanes, rock cross vanes, brush sills, log sills, rock sills, rock toe with vegetated soil lifts, rock toe, lunker habitat logs, root wads, and brush toe.
North State also implemented several site civil construction elements. These included two bridges and a culvert crossing.
For vegetation management services, North State was responsible for 7 acres of invasive species control. Targeted species included privet, honey suckle, English ivy, Russian olive, kudzu and tree of heaven.