I would agree with the no inspector visit build. So I think I would build it like a yard barn on 4x4 runners so it is up off of the concrete (use treated 4x4's) then you will have less moisture to deal with. You don't say what you will be using the shed for. You could still wire it and with underground wire or a slightly concealed piece of conduit/plastic conduit, a link from your home could supply electric to it.
Tools, on the basic side, a circular saw, hammer, nails, screwdriver for screws on hinges. A sliding compound miter saw would be handy like an air nailer would, but not necessary.
Keep asking questions, I want to see a third shed build.
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