Since 2005 alone, they have finished over 1,300 homes. This includes moving homes with 2nd or 3rd stories, and elevating houses to any required height. In addition, its Permalock shoring technology has made it a leader in secure methods that will support a home for years.
Davie Shoring understands that preserving historic structures is the key to keeping history alive. Its numerous historic projects range from safely relocating 8 historic homes from demolition during the building of Albertson’s on Barrone Street to participating in the Rebuilding Together New Orleans project with the New Orleans Preservation Resource Center.
Davie Shoring’s commitment to excellence throughout its tenure has given the company more than its fair share of recognition receiving a 2005 “Heaviest Building not moved on Rubber Tires” award from the International Association of House Movers. HGTV also featured them in two episodes of Hauling House: Hydraulic Haul and Model Home on the Move. Most recently, Davie Shoring received a 2013 “Heaviest Structure NOT moved on rubber tires” award and was recognized for “Most Innovative Move” by the International Association of Structure Movers.