We have a park in a flood zone and the township is requiring us to put the home on 36" reinforced, concrete piers.
If those piers are in place before the home is delivered, the delivery truck will not be able to back it in. It seems translifts can only go 32" up. The only thing we can think of is getting a crane in to place the home onto the piers (very expensive).
Alternatively, we could put the concrete piers to grade but then use masonry blocks with rebar and perhaps pour concrete as the home goes up?
Do anyone have any ideas on how to get a home up there in the most cost-effective way possible?