of course you can handle vertical elements in civil 3d, I am using corridors for retaining walls (similar to a court of a road corridor model), but yes in gradings and triangular networks you can not handle vertical elements, actually no…"
"We are working with Civil #D, especially with the grading and terrain modelling tools. Ponds, wetlands and mountains are all modelled in 3D using this tools. The second toolset we use are corridor models for roads and landscape paths as well as for…"
I'd like to hear what people have to say about these two drafting programs. If one better than the other? I'm getting ready to purchase, and I'm having a hard time deciding which way to go. I haven't been able to find reviews that are prompted by…Continue
Hi, I'm currently a high school senior and am deciding whether to go to UC Berkeley or Cal Poly SLO for landscape architecture. From my understanding, it would take fewer years to get a professional degree and license at SLO, and for Berkeley, since…Continue