Engineer / Design / Draft a steel loading ramp with a loaded weight capacity capable of supporting 100,000 lbs. The loading ramp must have the capability to support operations up to 50 tons and have a mechanism to adjust the height from 42 inches to 56 inches. Ramp must be constructed of steel supports with a lengthwise beam design, steel grated ramp surface, and have fork pockets in order to provide mobility with a forklift. This loading ramp must be constructed of steel and have a lengthwise beam design to provide a minimum loading capacity of 100,000 lbs. Ramp must be a minimum of 120 inches total width, incorporate a loading surface of 115 inches and have a travel surface constructed of serrated steel grating. Overall length shall be 40 feet with a 30 foot incline and a 10 foot level off to provide adequate surface for equipment to roll off railroad cars and a long enough to provide a level surface for forklifts to load pallets and other material into 53 foot box trailers. Ramp must provide the capability to support 100,000 pounds, it shall also include a manual hand crank on the front legs to provide an adjustable height range from 42 inches to 56 inches in height. A hinged leveling plate shall be installed to provide a loading surface for entrance of material handling equipment into and out of various types of trailers. The ramp shall include the installation of 6 inch safety curbs to prevent forklift tires from rolling off the edges of the ramp and safety chains to attach the trailer that is being unloaded/loaded to provide a good anchor point. Fork pockets shall be installed and be capable of accepting forks that are 9 1/2 inches wide and 5 1/2 inches high to allow for mobility using a heavy forklift. The ramp shall be painted with a silver loading surface, blue sides, and black support beams.