I'm a contractor with a reputation for taking on the more unique projects, so My client asked me to help pull together the information needed to get a set of engineered stamped drawings for an existing 10 slip dock on a lake that changes elevation by 20 feet over the course of the year. The dock needs to be reanchored and have a new long access ramp designed. The structural engineer I usually work with doesn't seem interested in specifying the project and the client already has a fabrication shop who will most likely have the time to build the assemblies. How do I go about finding an engineer for this project that is both competent and not attached to a specific manufacturer?
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