|AUTODESKÔ Land Development -Civil - Survey Level 1 Certificate Curriculum|
This course provides a basic overview of the process of developing a site design. The student will set up a project, specify units and tolerances, download field data from a site survey, construct terrain models, develop contour plans and develop designs for roads and lots.
|Recommended Course Prerequisites|
A solid grounding in AutoCADÔ fundamentals, providing a knowledge equivalent of three days of training and a subsequent forty to sixty hours of working experience.
A good understanding of basic engineering principles relating to surveying, civil engineering.
Empower a student to perform their part of the design process utilizing the productivity enhancing tools from AUTODESKÔ . This course will provide the necessary toolset to work in a team environment, networked or otherwise, with associated disciplines involved in the project workflow or lifecycle. Surveyors, engineers and designers will learn the relative importance of their contribution in the electronic workplace.
Managing a computer based project
Terrain modeling (TM creation, breaklines, analysis, interrogation, contouring)
Road Design (Defining Horizontal Alignments, offsets, stationing)
Lot Design (Defining parcel boundaries, sizing tools, labeling, analysis tools)
Road Design (Profile creation and design, section templates, finished surface generation,)
Sanitary Sewer Design
Sheet Management and Automation
Site Modeling (grading tools, earthwork quantities, slopes, cutfill analysis.)
Defining survey data
Working with points (Description keys, point groups, labeling)
Boundary Surveys (labeling)
Designers, civil engineers and surveyors