I don't know where you are located but if it is below 40 degrees F and stays that way, just get someone to help you move them. Get your new site all set up. Close the entrances, carefully and gently pick them up and move them. I would do it in the morning to give them time to settle down before nightfall. When they been in the hive for long periods, they will re orient when they come out.
A common trick for doing splits is to lock them in for a few days so that they re orient to the new location.