Moving a historic house through the narrow streets of New York City certainly isn’t an easy task.
Each job we undertake is unique in its own way and requires our complete attention to every detail, whether it’s a three-story barn, a 300-ton sycamore tree, or a triple-brick mansion built in 1858.
Our years of experience and use of modern structural moving technologies have served our customers very well.
We welcome the opportunity to complete any structural moving project, no matter how large or small.
You're probably curious about what your project will cost.
We would love to speak with you about your project and provide a price quote for you.
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Our Buckingham Power Dolly System is the way to move with the least amount of stress to your building.Structure Moving »
Our Unified Hydraulic Jacking System is the latest and best technology for lifting houses and buildings.Structure Lifting »
Our expertise and state-of-the-art equipment meet the most demanding needs for rigging and heavy transport.
Supporting a house at its existing elevation, instead of lifting it, can be the smart option in some situations.
When your foundation needs to be replaced, we will excavate under the supported building for your new basement.
Northeast, Mideast, Southeast, West
Our house moving and house raising service area covers the East Coast (Maine to Georgia, including New Jersey) and stretches across the United States to the Midwest (from Maryland to Missouri). When it comes to historic restoration/preservation and large masonry projects, we serve the entire continental United States.View Our Locations »
Sturgis, Michigan, a friendly town of 11,000 residents in Southwest Michigan had a plan to move and revitalize its aging Railroad Depot. The Depot was in need of repairs in an out-of-the-way area of town. Plans called for relocation to the vibrant downtown area for better visibility, where it could be re-purposed and restored as an interactive children’s museum.Continue to Project »
If you are passionate about saving a historic building in your town but don't know where to start, this Guide for Saving a Historic Building is for you.
We've collected wisdom and advice from historic preservation groups, historic home owners, and concerned citizens who have successfully completed this journey.Read the Guide »