2014 South Carolina and North Carolina Ice Storm

The mid-February ice storm of 2014 imparted catastrophic economic damage, loss of life, and destruction to North and South Carolina. Snow, sleet, and frozen rain soaked covered the trees and roads wreaking widespread disruption for transportation, power transmission, and daily life. South Carolina suffered over $360 million worth of damage to its forestland, negatively impacting the very important timber industry in the area. KDF responded quickly to the situation, and managed multiple projects across counties and states. The cut and haul crews covered over 4,600 miles within Horry and Georgetown counties. KDF’s team hauled over 75,000 cubic yards of debris and cut over 10,000 broken limbs and leaning trees in Guilford county.