We lifted a house 20’ to add a full-height basement AND a first floor underneath the original house. Unfortunately, the contractor realized after we had the house in the air that one of the steel beams they needed to install needed to go through one of our crib piles. We were able to mobilize to the site, set up our gear, take weight off of one crib pile, and shift it over the few inches it needed to move so the beam could be installed.
After exhausting all avenues to renovate and repair an aging dairy barn, we were asked to demolish the barn. It took some creativity on Frank’s part, coordination with our crew, resourcefulness, and use of some heavy equipment to get the job done, and we were able to demolish the building in a controlled manner.
The owner was finding it difficult to use this shed in their back yard at its original elevation, so we were asked to give this little building a controlled descent to the ground. It’s not our usual work, but we have developed a reputation for being able to solve weird problems when it comes to lifting (or lowering) houses.