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    A.R.
    Ragan-Smith Associates
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    PGAV
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    PGAV
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    Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc.
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    Terra Engineering, Ltd.
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    Bartlett & West
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    Bartlett & West
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    Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc.
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    S.K.
    William Tao & Associates

AutoCAD Civil 3D Grading - Advanced

Product Method Length
Autodesk® Civil 3D®
Classroom
1 Day

Course Description

Prerequisites: Familiarity with Windows based computer operating system, an understanding of civil engineering terminology, & experience with Autodesk AutoCAD-based products are all assets for this course.  It is preferred that students have completed the AutoCAD Civil 3D – Fundamentals course.

Expectations: Using the interactive, dynamic functionality of AutoCAD Civil 3D features, civil engineers are enabled with the skills to deliver site grading plans.

Topics Covered:

  • Understanding grading techniques for residential & commercial projects
  • Creating parcels
  • Working with feature lines
  • Designing with grading objects & groups
  • Creating corridors
  • Combining surfaces
  • Examining existing conditions with visualizations