I have a very unique situation in an 9,000SF home. It has been exposed to severe sub surface mositure. Sump pumps have kept it managable, but there is water under the concrete. The river is overflowing its banks within a few hundred yards of the home and the water is actually at slab level or above(surveyor checked). What has saved them from major damage is the incredible drain system the home has, but the water needs to recede. We drilled a test hole(water came up) in the slab, and we taped plastic to the floor in places and moisture trapped under it in By the end of the day. We have currently dried the walls and removed all floor coverings except travertine. All contents are removed. What kind of conditions do I need to create to dry this efficiently? Approximately 3600 SF Of floor. I have my own plan to run with but wanted to hear some ideas.