wood on concrete
Te slab extends outward beyond the foundation by about six feet, with a gentle slope. Being the building is about sixty years old, I am limited as to what I can do without major replacements. This is a community league building and the club has limited funds. I am trying to help but can only do so much. This is why I asked the question in the first place. Personally, I'd like the tear the entire building down and start fresh but this isn't an option. Back to the slab, an extra row of blocks would be great but not in the cards. So, ... I'm thinking just the PT bottom plate to replace the old damaged on and build from there. I will seal the outside seam with silicone or something similar. Again, suggestions are welcome.