Since Wisconsin Department of Transportation adopted AutoCAD Civil 3D software, its standards and workflows have evolved in response to its internal users and its external consultants. With each release, new tools and workflows were developed to make continuous improvement in the design results. Each change affected the large user base, so this process required careful planning, testing, and timing. There was also a significant effort involved in sharing standards with users outside of the network in the simplest and most reliable method possible. This session features AutoCAD Civil 3D.
- Understand the importance of the project standards
- Learn how to adjust project standards when switching between versions
- Understand the importance of the standards rollout to network drive locations
- Understand the integration with external project partners
Russ Nicloy is a civil applications technician for MasterGraphics. For 11 years he has provided training, consulting, and custom implementation for AutoCAD Civil 3D software. Russ is an Autodesk Certified Trainer, as well as and a Wisconsin Department of Transportation Certified Trainer. Before joining a reseller, Russ worked for 10 years in a production role for gas, water, and site design. He also has 5 years of experience in geographic information system (GIS) for utilities. Russ has spoken at Autodesk University and at many conferences for surveyors, road designers, municipalities, and GIS professionals.