Moving buildings can be difficult sometimes, and this time was one of those times. This building was particularly different from others we had moved before. It was a machine shop that was built inside of a larger shop/hanger in the mid 70’s. Many challenges came from working with not only one building, but two buildings. One of these challenges was that the building would barely fit through the main building. The shop that was being moved was 60ft wide and 120ft long. To be able to relocate the shop the crew had to load it low enough that the roof wouldn’t hit the ceiling of the main building. Another big challenge was working inside two metal buildings in 100-degree weather caused dehydration and sickness. The three-man crew struggled with the heat making it harder to work, however, they got themselves hydrated and finished the job. This also taught them a lesson of the importance of keeping yourself healthy and hydrated always. It took two weeks to fully move the building out and to another location on sight. The shop is still in use today since its relocation.