for green-friendly, and economic, reasons, I'd like to buy a *used*
butler-type steel-framed building, dismantle and move it on a flatbed,
then re-erect it, on a new slab/footings, of course
has anybody here ever dismantled, "moved", and *RE*
erected a butler-type
steel framed building, *anywhere*
in florida? -or- has anyone here ever
even 'heard second-hand' this was done successfully by a 'friend of a
friend' or by anybody? and this building was moved and re-erected where?
this 'inquiring mind' wants to know :-)
if you're re-erected a building, how'd you manage to procure an
engineers 'wet stamp' and/OR building permit for doing it? approached
from another angle, does anyone here 'have a feeling' for what sum joe
public might have to pay to acquire a florida engineers wet stamp for
such a task?
mine is a (supposedly) very "green friendly" and "recycling-encouraging"
county, but, I'm sure *rigorous*
as far as issuing building permits goes....
I realize seeing if this -can- be done (without paying more for a 'wet
stamp' than a new building is worth) is important before buying,
dismantling and moving a building *then*
running into insurmountable
permitting 'hoops' to jump through...anticipated building size in the
neighborhood of 2000 sq feet, give or take, to be erected on AG zoned
acreage, for my own personal use ONLY, for storage purposes (if it matters)
ps-what's the current florida wind load rating required? and does anyone
have an address or contact info for the "american society of reverse
engineers and building re-erectors", or for anybody who'll 'wet-stamp'
some plans for me nice'n'cheap? ;-)
thanks very much, guys,
replies, if any, bu e-mail should remove the weirdstuff from my e-mail
address before yo click 'send' - thanks