David will share corridor modeling lessons he has learned over the past 8 years thanks to his experiences with training people in AutoCAD Civil 3D software and supporting the integration of AutoCAD Civil 3D software into design processes. This class will take a broad look at the workflows in AutoCAD Civil 3D software, and we will discuss how to optimize them for successful corridor modeling applications. We will provide tips and guidelines for determining how to create assemblies, how to use conditional subassemblies, when to use offset assemblies, and what the competitive advantages are of developing custom subassemblies.
- Learn how to identify a wide range of applications for corridor models
- Understand how to develop assemblies to attain specific design objectives, such as 3D models, sections, or quantities
- Learn to build smarter corridor models with conditional subassemblies
- Recognize the need and benefits of custom subassemblies
David is the CAD manager at NV5, Inc. NV5 is a full-service civil engineering firm with offices in California, Utah, Colorado, Florida and New Jersey. At NV5, David supports the firm's infrastructure design division with design, BIM modeling, and document delivery processes. In addition to support, he also develops CAD tools, training, and company standards. Prior to joining NV5, David was an independent CAD consultant, specializing in civil engineering, surveying, and mapping. Other past work experience includes: structural engineer, staff engineer for a municipal public works department, project engineer, project manager, and as a trainer and consultant for a software reseller. David has also obtained professional civil engineering licenses in California and Colorado.