Floor Leveling & Raising
Simply put, we “move the unmovable” has become a slogan for our hard-working professionals because we hear that over and over again from our clients. With more than a decade of experience and hundreds of satisfied customers, we focus on delivering a timely, efficient and professional service.
In addition to helping move historical buildings and assisting the State with severe tornado damaged structures, here are few examples of the kind of projects we have been involved with…
TSM was awarded the State bid for the relocation of twenty-three homes and five demolition homes in Nashville (I-40 White Bridge Road / Briley Parkway exit) with the following objectives:
• To relocate homes within the required deadline time (no later than December 31, 2001). TSM worked two shifts. The first shift loaded one house per day; the second shift Sunday through Thursday relocates home to the appropriate destination.
• Five homes were not movable but required demolition.
• All properties were to be brought back to grade level so they could be mowed until the new construction project was ready to begin.
Mt. Eagle, TN
This was a project of four structures on Wild Heart Ranch located in Mt. Eagle, TN. TSM was contracted to move these buildings from one side of the mountain to another side due to property values and the wonderful view. This project was completed in a seven-day window.
Structures were/are located on College Street, Dickson, TN. TSM was contracted to relocate all older homes to new locations. These homes are being recycled and development into a new sub-division for an investor.
Mt. Olivet Church Move
With the Mt. Olive Church move there were two churches involved in relocating a fellowship hall. They contacted us to see if this move was possible. While challenging, indeed it was possible. The structure was 36 feet wide 60 feet long and 24 feet tall. We had to travel 39 miles of secondary road. All moves had to take place at night per KDOT requirements. Due to poor road conditions and clearance conditions, this move took thirty-five hours. All signs and mail boxes had to be removed, as well as many tree limbs along the way. In the end, the church treated us to coffee and doughnuts to show their appreciation for a job well done.