The architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry is often put in the position to create engineering designs for several utility-related workflows. This design and engineering work is often done using Civil 3D software and is delivered as a stand-alone project via a set of design drawings. In many instances, the utility owner\operator takes that as-built data and drops it on a file server never to be seen again until it is needed. This transactional approach creates technical debt that places a burden on the utility and threatens the overall sustainability of the process. This instructional demo will work through a new way of supporting a sustainable collaboration and delivery model that aligns with the way of working preferred by owners and operators. Through the Autodesk \ Esri Alliance Partnership, we will illustrate some existing new methods to unlock the full value of a Civil 3D design drawing to populate and append an Esri ArcGIS Utility Network model that will support future design and engineering work in a sustainable manner.
- Discover the value of GIS content in the support civil engineering and design project work.
- Discover how Civil 3D data can be integrated with ArcGIS Data advanced models to create on-going value for owner and operators.
- Discover how this integration will enable engineers and GIS professionals to save time by simplifying workflows.
- Discover how this integration supports better collaboration and delivery to owner and operators.