I had to investigate a similar situation just up the road from Pensacola. The Dept had a inpatient facility at Mt Vernon, AL. On this campus was a building built in the late 1930's that had been abandoned since about 1985. It was of absolutely no use to anyone except as cleaned bricks. The best estimate I could get was just short of $1 million to tear down and remove the building with the salvage contractor getting all the materials. We had strong ties to a large volunteer program like Habitat in the Mobile area. It was proposed that we give the building to them and that they tear it down. Their answer was, "Don't be silly!"
Organizations like that just aren't interested in work that requires a high degree of professional expertise because they have to hire it done.
BTW, that building still stands because no one in the Dept saw a million dollar expense as worth doing just because it was the responsible thing to do. A year ago they closed the whole facility and abandoned it in place. The reason was that Mt Vernon was physically too far from population centers to recruit people. Now they are wondering why the Dept can't sell the place ... despite the place being too far from population centers to recruit people plus the fact that no significant maintenance monies have been spent on it in the past 10 years. Just one of the reasons why I bailed when I did.