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    Bartlett & West
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    T.A.
    Mohr & Kerr Engineering and Land Surveying, P.C.
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    B.L.
    Ayres Associates
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    L.J.
    Vireo
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    Bartlett & West
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    Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc.
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    J.L.
    Little & Associates, Architects
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    AGC-STL
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    Gary Tetley Architect
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    S.K.
    William Tao & Associates

Civil 3D Reference Templates explained

Autodesk Civil 3D Reference Templates allow you to maintain a single or series of master template files containing object and label styles along with supporting layers blocks and other settings and to reference into blank drawings.

Autodesk Civil Engineering Data Translator available for download

Autodesk has released their newest Civil Engineering Data Translator for Civil 3D 2016-2019.  Unlike previous versions, this one is now a stand-alone program instead of an additional toolset within Civil 3D.

The Civil Engineering Data Translator allows customers to translate data back and forth between Autodesk Civil 3D and Bentley Geopak or InRoads software. The data is limited to geometry COGO points and alignments and surface data.

Users will need to be signed in with their Autodesk account to use the software.

Keeping your AutoCAD Drawings Clean

It is a common scenario:

It is 3:00 on a Friday afternoon, submittal day for a project you and your firm has been working on for the last few weeks.  You are making last minute changes to ensure delivering a quality product, but your drawings are slow to open and sluggish to respond.  Your plots are taking far too long to complete and you're pushing the limits for time as they need to be checked, signed and sealed. Why is this taking so long?