I work for a company that produces stone, asphalt and concrete. Occasionally we have some work that needs to have engineered plans. We currently sub this work out to a local engineer. I have my PE license and would like to start doing this work myself for the company. Most of the work would be site plan or stormwater and spill prevention reports which need to be prepared by an engineer but there will be some structural work. I talked to the company about including me on their insurance but they don't seem to want to do this. The amount I would be paid will not cover the cost of the insurance so is there anything we can do (clause in their insurance policy, contract, etc.) that wold allow me to do this work without having to get professional liability insurance? Thanks.
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