Dillabaugh Inc.

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  • Dillabaugh Inc. is a pioneer in the house moving, building moving, and structural moving field. Our expertise has allowed us to successfully branch out our business into other fields, such as heavy hauling, rigging, and demolition.
  • During the CTA (Chicago Transit Authority)'s Brown Line Expansion project, two historic train stations were moved off-site.
  • Demolition and specialty demoltion requires more than just knocking something down. Much thought and planning goes into removal of the building or structure, as well as how the site will be left.
  • From old construction, to new construction, to ponds, we can excavate it.
  • Answers to some commonly-asked questions regarding house moving, building moving, structural moving, and demolition services.
  • House moving, building moving, structural moving, and demolition through the years with Dillabaugh Inc.
  • Buildings may be raised for foundation replacement or repair. Walls can be shored and structural steel installed to level floors.
  • Unsurpassed safety, efficiency, and professionalism have made Dillabaugh Inc. a prime choice in house and building moving for over 130 years throughout the United States.
  • Dillabaugh Inc. started business by moving houses and buildings. Listed here are some of our house moves and building moves; some are typical, many are unique.
  • Even in the tight conditions, a home or building can be raised and the basement excavated.
  • Dillabaugh Inc. has been a leader in house moving, building moving, and structural moving for over 130 years. With rigorous safety training and standards, uncommon qualifications, and strong ethics, Dillabaugh Inc. ensures that your house, building, or structure is handled in the best way possible.
  • Concrete floors can be moved, too. Or in this case, lowered.
  • Not only can fertilizer storage tanks be moved, but they can be lowered below the ground, too.
  • These historic cobblestone walls were moved as part of a road-widening project.
  • Holocaust trains were used by the Nazis to transport the Jews and other prisoners to the concentration and extermination camps. The train car on this page was moved into temporary storage awaiting its final destination in a museum that remembers the Holocaust for the horror it was.
  • Beachfront house moves along the beach to another waterfront property.
  • Built in 1870, this solid limestone home was raised twelve feet, moved 1/4 mile across a busy street, and down a 2% grade.
  • This building is located at the former Fort Benjamin Harrison in Lawrence, Indiana. The former US Army based was closed in 1996, and since then the site has been redeveloped into a village. Moved as part of the redevelopment, this building was the communications tower.
  • Steel truss bridges are a marvel of engineering. Sometimes, they're decommissioned and placed on historical registers. Occasionally, a bridge will be relocated for rehabilitation or development purposes.
  • This English Cotswold cottage and studio were designed by famed architect, R. Harold Zook, in 1924. The house was moved (after being separated into four pieces) through narrow, tree-lined streets and up and down a hilly road to its final destination.
  • Recent flooding in many parts of the country has required many homes to be raised to new heights in compliance with newly imposed standards.
  • Some house moves, building moves, and structural moves require rigging as part or all of the moving process. Factories receive new, replace old, and retire machinery to streamline their operations.
  • Like your house but need more space? We can raise your house and excavate underneath it so a basement can be built.
  • Historical buildings often need foundation replacement to maintain structural integrity.
  • Find your way around Dillabaugh Inc. House and Building Movers web site through an alphabetical listing of all our pages.
  • In need of rehabilitation, sixteen-foot wide, one hundred forty feet long Cataract Falls Covered Bridge spanned across Mill Creek. To ease the restoration project, the bridge was moved off the creek in the winter.