I was able to use adjustable posts and 2, 20 ton jacks to set the house back to its original position. It took about 2 hours. We used greased steel plates & steel pins under each steel beams I set the a post at each end of the center steel beam on a 45 degree angle. The center steel beam is permanant and flush mounted to the subfloor. It locks the house together. I took my grinder and cut in the top of the post to accept the steel beam. I used angle iron to keep the bottle jack at 45 degrees. The blocking was agaist the outer walls. As soon as we pumped the jacks the house started to moved. It was the coolest experience of my life. The house now sits on its new foundation. Although Mudmixer thinks Im not on the ball, I feel pretty good with the results. The bottom line is all the walls are solid with durawall, the grade is low, the footing drains work, and the architect who helped me thru this project recommended the front wall to be replaced with 12 inch block, so I went along with it. If my house cracks, shifts, leaks, bows, I will admit to this being a mistake, only time will tell.