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Infrastructure Tuesday: Taming Civil 3D Data with Project Explorer

February 1, 2022 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm PST

Infrastructure Tuesdays

In this session, we will look at Project Explorer as it relates to Civil 3D model data. The Project Explorer is included in the AEC Collection and is available for Civil 3D 2022.  The Project explorer allows the user to view and analyze Civil 3D model data such as alignments, corridors, and pipe networks in a single location and where changes can be applied if needed.  The customizable interface provides both a graphical view as well as a grid view of the data.  It also allows the user to generate custom reports and tables using a variety of formats where reports and tables styles can be saved and used for future use.

Attendees will learn:

  • What the Project Explorer is and how to use it.
  • Customize the user interface.
  • Review and edit the model data.
  • Generate reports and tables.
  • Save report and table styles for later use.


Douglas Benoit, P.E. brings over 25 years of civil engineering experience to the technical team at U.S. CAD. His previous experience includes 13 years gathering real-world experience as a design/project engineer at a consulting firm in St. Paul, Minn. Mr. Benoit’s current responsibilities include training, mentoring, content creation, writing technical guides and technical support.

Extensive Project Experience: Mr. Benoit’s project experience includes roadway improvements, residential and commercial site development, private and public sewer, as well as water and drainage systems.

Multidisciplinary Project Experience: He has been involved in many multidisciplinary projects for city and county agencies, state departments, the Army Corps of Engineers, and private developers.

Conference Speaker: Mr. Benoit has presented various courses at Autodesk University




February 1, 2022
11:00 am - 12:00 pm PST
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