HISTORICAL MOVES

Brownie Moving & Heavy Hauling is dedicated to the preservation of historical structures. As skilled transport specialist, we are familiar with the nuances of aged, delicate heritage structures and their potential challenges.

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1915 House

Weight: 85 TON

Dimensions: 28' x 55'

Construction: Wood Frame

This classic wooden frame residence, circa early 1900’s was relocated from Palm Beach, Florida to Palm City, Florida.

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Cigar Factory

Weight: 540 TON

Dimensions: 36' x 73', 2 ½ Story

Construction: Brick

Our company relocated this brick structure, a cigar factory in Ybor City, for the recent expansion of the Interstate 4 corridor through downtown Tampa, Florida.

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Dunbar

Weight: 890 TON

Dimensions: 8,000 Sq. Ft.

Construction: Clay Tile

An intra-neighborhood relocation, this magnificent home was raised, rotated 90 degrees, then relocated 150' feet to an adjacent lot.

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Harvey & Clark

Weight: 225 TON

Dimensions: 4,000 Sq. Ft. 2½ Story

Construction: Wood Frame

This 225-TON structure was relocated from Stuart, Florida to West Palm Beach, Florida via the intercoastal waterway.

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Jupiter Island Boathouse

Weight: 135 TON

Dimensions: 42' x 26'

Construction: Wood Frame

Architectural Boathouse located on the Jupiter Inlet, Jupiter Island, Florida. Structure was re-positioned enhancing the riverside view and elevated for new support foundation.

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Lamb Manor House

Weight: 210 TON

Dimensions: 3 Story

Construction: Wood Frame

This magnificent home relocation, airing on CNN News, was transported 27 miles by barge, underneath the Sunshine Skyway Bridge in St. Petersburg, Florida.

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New Orleans Historical Society

Weight: 100-200 TON

Dimensions: 3,800 Sq. Ft., Largest

Construction: Wood Frame

Seven different historical structures, these vintage wooden buildings were painstakingly relocated to preserve the founding heritage of the city of New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Peabody Essex Museum

Weight: 350 TON

Dimensions: 32' x 70', 2½ Story

Construction: Brick

This circa late 1800's brick structure, The Peabody Essex Museum, was relocated in Salem Massachusetts.

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Pratt & Whitney

300 TON

Dimensions: 3 Story

Construction: Brick

This historic three-story brick structure, the Brewer House, was moved approximately one-mile for an expansion of the Pratt & Whitney facility in East Hartford, Connecticut.

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St. Andrews Dune Church

Weight: 185 TON

Dimensions: 60' x 127'

Construction: Wood Frame

With careful attention to not disturb vintage stained-glass windows throughout, this circa early 1900’s church in Southampton, New York was moved 200' then returned for the addition of a new foundation.

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Hanley House

Weight: 340 TON

Dimensions: 50' x 84'

Construction: Brick

This 5,000 sq.ft. structure was relocated from McDill Avenue in Tampa, Florida while preserving its historical natural surrounding environment.