Shawn Herring simply wants to expand his thought process as he looks at the different types of projects that he’s involved in. So, this article looks at what he believes are some of the biggest trends within the Civil infrastructure space.
Shawn Herring talks about his experience with Autodesk software, specifically Civil 3D, and outlines his approach when being engaged on a Civil 3D consulting opportunity.
Shawn Herring delves into the impact of AI on civil engineering design, exploring its applications, benefits, challenges, and the path forward. Shawn also discusses how AI has been used in our everyday Autodesk products for years and how they’ve already been assisting us in disguise!
Shawn Herring discusses some best practices for Civil 3D implementation, based on industry expertise and real-world experience.
Shawn Herring talks all about some of the great new features and functionalities in Civil 3D 2024 and how to use them!
Meredith Chamberlain shares how the power of Civil 3D is not just in its design, but also its ability to help us create the documentation of that design which is where Civil 3D labels come into play. Meredith includes many tools available in Civil 3D to enable you to leverage your labels to be more knowledgeable, more efficient, and more informative!
Bryson Anderson spreads his knowledge of how the collaboration for Civil 3D module of BIM Collaborate Pro is constantly advancing, adding new features and improved speed. Utilizing BIM Collaborate Pro, you can improve your Civil 3D workflow extending collaboration anywhere, anytime!
Shawn Herring focuses on the CAD Standards Checker tool in AutoCAD as well as the Reference Template options that are considered the proper CAD Standards setup, but he dives deep into the world of standards between the lines.
Shawn Herring explores the many ways of utilizing GIS data in your everyday workflows. He talks about the ways from simply dropping in shape files, to connecting with the Autodesk Connector to ArcGIS GeoBIM!
Jacob Matuseski takes a look at the “Project Objects To Profile View” and “Add Crossings To Profile View” commands in Civil 3D. He explains how they can be used to display and/or portray data/information in many unique ways, including the flexibility to be used on many types of data and features!
Shawn Herring talks about working with Civil 3D files and how aggravating they can be. He provides an inside scoop filled with tons of education on this topic from his past 15 years of experience.
Shelby Smith talks about the pros and cons of these corridors and why they’re used for Site Grading. Shelby also includes step-by-step instructions on how and what to use these corridors with and for.
Tony Carcamo writes about his 25 year background in civil engineering while covering Civil CAD Learning Solutions, most popular productivity apps for Autodesk Civil 3D, and how using these apps will save you hours to days on your projects based on your project size.
Shawn Herring mentions one of the biggest advancements in the construction industry being the ability to seamlessly collaborate with internal and external stakeholders while going into depth on the next levels of it.
Shawn Herring talks all about some great new features and functionalities in Civil 3D 2023 such as section views and sample line editing.
Sam Lucido takes a look at the Geotechnical Module in Civil 3D 2021 software while also providing some insight to the future development of this dynamic geotechnical tool.
Shawn Herring takes us into a deep dive look into the new Grading Optimization extension in the Civil 3D 2022 software. He answers questions everyone needs to know the answers to!
Todd Rogers teaches you everything you need to know about Civil View. He gives a brief overview/introduction and then leads into interesting insights on how he uses it while teaching you all as well.
Oscar Castaneda focuses on a few key elements that make ORD not such a bad guy coming from the Civil 3D experience.
Shawn Herring explores the coordination between Civil 3D and Revit. How is this possible? Does it really work? Yes, it does. Read all about in this issue.