Hey there, Just joined mainley to see if I could get this question answered. I'm looking at this job and boy is it a mess. The building is shaped like the lot its on...which is at the fork of two roads. So basicly its about 35' across the front, perpendicular wall is about 25' or so and then there is the diagonal wall which is about 45'. Its 20' to 25' tall with a flat roof. It is in a city atmosphere where there is mainly sidewalks on the front and diagonal walls...parking space on the third leg. Its a balloon frame that has been altered on the front wall to make a store front at one point....which is where it really gets messy, The thing is leaning forward from the diagonal wall towards the front 6" over 20/22', the front wall is leaningtowards the street about 3"(this is the wall that was cut into and unprpoperly header of about 25 or 30 years ago) and the whole thing is racked from the crotch of the fork in the road to towards the the 90% cornern. The problem started when they cut the headers in and took off the front sheathing. The foundation looks good. The home owner wants to try to straighten it but doesn't want to demo the thing down to the bones. I've got no room to push/pull the thing from the outside. I can't spring it from the inside with it sheathed...plus the danger of doing that. I can jack the thing up in the front but that isn't going to bring it plum 6". Any ideas or expereinces. Any Engineers out there??????