These are the pics of my first leveling job. The pad sloped 8" from the road and about 6" side to side. I learned allot on this job. The barn is going to be 14' tall at the door and 40' wide by 64' long. I allowed 3' extra on all sides except for front I had about 2.5' extra for a ramp. The tolerance the barn builder wanted was +- 6". From side to side I have it within a half inch and the length 2.5". I think I would have got it closer if I had a laser or transit. You get lasy doing it the old fashioned string and level way and it's within tolerance. Any comments or questions? I hope it dont look to bad for my first. Im trying to get some experience under my belt before i take on jobs for people. Barn will be used for tractors, hopefully more construction equipment down the road, and maybe a combine. I wanted it big enough to get a combine in. Oh, almost forgot. Dad did not want to buy fill dirt so we used the top soil on the one end. We just tried to pack it the best we could. When barn is built it will have gravel on the inside. He found a place out of Indiana to build the barn.