The 2016 Category 5 storm, Hurricane Matthew, hit North Carolina hard as it traveled north along the east coast. The storm was the 10th most destructive storm in the history of the United States. Shoulders and slopes along highways were washed out throughout the south as record rains battered the area. Loss of slopes and shoulders compromised the guardrails that protect motorists from those slopes.
Six months after Hurricane Matthew flooded most of eastern North Carolina, Carolina Environmental Contracting was awarded a prestigious contract to repair slopes and shoulders at a busy highway interchange in Fayetteville NC.
To rebuild the slopes and shoulders, and working with the NC Department of Transportation, Carolina Environmental Contracting will haul in 15,000 cubic yards of dirt. Clean up phases include the removal of storm debris from the site.Share on Twitter Share on Facebook