So today I went through a couple of my hives. In one of them I found several queen cells.
Your first job is to make a artificial swarm. Put the swarm on foundations. Then swarming fever goes away
. Splitting is not a right way to go.
Move the hive 10 feet
put in old site a new hive, which has one brood frame, food frame,me with pollen and the rest foundations.
Take a laying queen or if you do not find it, take a frame where is a queen cell.
Bees fly itselves to the foundation hive during two days. When they start to draw new combs, it is a sign that swarming fever goes away. If you use ready combs, often bees do not give up swarming.
Next problem is that the brood hive does not swarm. A Small cast may come out with virgin.
Read more how avoid that.
After a week join the hive parts again that it is able to forage honey. Without joining the hive are out of balance and yield will be small.