Hoosier Dam Removal Project is Complete

Wildlands was honored to be a part of the Hoosier Dam Removal project, which successfully removed a reinforced concrete dam that measured 235 feet long by 25 feet tall. As a result, the project reconnects designated critical habitat for the Cape Fear Shiner (a federally listed endangered species) and other species of concern on the Rocky River and Bear Creek within the Cape Fear River basin.

The dam removal project was completed courtesy of a NFWF grant. The project team included Unique Places, LLC, Wildlands Engineering, Schnabel Engineering, and New South Associates. Wildlands was responsible for the permitting, design, and construction oversight.

Read more about this project by clicking the following link: https://www.uniqueplacesllc.com/hoosier-dam-removal

(above video is courtesy of Unique Places, LLC)

CharlotteFive features the Chantilly Ecological Sanctuary

Wildlands Engineering has served as the lead engineering firm for the Chantilly Ecological Sanctuary project in Charlotte, NC.  Our team completed design, permitting, easement procurement, public meetings, construction services, and modeling services for over 9,000 linear feet of stream and two storm water quality Best Management Practices (BMPs).

 

What to know about the Chantilly Ecological Sanctuary, opening in September

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