Those beams aren't that thick typically, and to cut them all you need is a
very inexpensive hacksaw, that's right, a $15 hand saw, it will cut a
surprisingly large piece of steel with nothing but hand power very easily,
and do a nice job of it too, you just need to do a little manual labor. Sure
there are power tools ( sawzall or band saw for a start) that will do the
job faster, but a hacksaw will do it quite well. Circular saws aren't for
metal ( unless it's a special one, not something in a typical household) so
forget that, just cut them by hand.
Nuts and bolts and holes from your power drill for the rest and you should
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