Following up . . . Cut the bottom edge of the bamboo decorative fence which was attached along the inside wall of the retaurant. Used a 40 tooth blade in my 5 1/2" trimsaw (Skilsaw) running along a spacer of 1/2" door stop. This prevented scratching the floor and elevated the blade to exactly allow for the customized baseboard. And, yes, I mounted the saw blade backwards to minimize fraying and tearing out.
The bamboo killed the blade ... but the wall was 34 feet long. Used a FEIN saw to cut the pieces where the Skilsaw could not reach. Cleaned up any remaining mess with a very sharp chisel. The baseboard was cut on a 32 degree angle to scarf the ends together. Baseboard was glued (not nailed) using PL 400 underlayment glue and weighted overnight with concrete wall caps to guarantee flatness and adhesion.
Here is a sense of how the wall looked after cutting and after the custom baseboard was installed.
Thought you would like to know about an unusual application that turned out great.