Grading on an aviation site is tricky; there are often competing needs and regulations that dictate multiple requirements in the same space. What's more is the inherent need for safety and measurability. Add to this the reality that most aviation facilities are landlocked and the grading required is not going to be solved by out-of-the-box solutions. This course will give examples of using the Subassembly Composer software to create custom grading subassemblies for use in AutoCAD Civil 3D software and the advanced grading that you can complete once in AutoCAD Civil 3D software. This workflow creates huge advantage to the end user, and speeds design changes and competing requirements on projects that are experiencing a rapid drop in investment (fee).
- Discover the Subassembly Composer workflow and workspace
- Learn how to create a Subassembly in Subassembly Composer for use on grading a runway
- Learn how to modify grading using AutoCAD Civil 3D grading tools and Feature Lines to create a complete grading solution
- Discover 3 examples of using additional Subassemblies for aviation facility grading
Christopher Roberts, PE is maniacally focused on technology. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering from UNC-Charlotte, and an MBA in Sustainable Business from Green Mountain College. Christopher is an Autodesk Certified Instructor, and has taught different technology to hundreds of engineers - his focus always on how to be better than where you started; focused currently on making technology a competitive differentiator for his firm. He currently works as the Manager of Design Technology for STEWART, a 160+ person regional civil, transportation, geomatics, and structural engineering firm headquartered in Raleigh, NC. In this role Christopher oversees the use of a multitude of software packages, including Civil3D, Storm and Sanitary Analysis, InfraWorks, GeoPAK, Revit, and RAM. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or @crobertsnc on Twitter and LinkedIn.