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CIVIL DESIGNER 8.2 for release in November

The latest version will be released on the 14th November. Please join us for the official introduction and launch of Version 8.2 via webinar. Register for the webinar here.

Introducing Civil Designer Version 8.2
DATE: 14th November 2018
TIME: 14:00 (CEST)

New in 8.2

We look forward to providing you with an overview of the capabilities of the new version during the webinar. Some of the new features that will be introduced include:
  • Render view environment and terrain settings
  • Import and rendering of reality mesh data allowing high resolution 3D models from photos or point clouds
  • Road segments (for road crossings and roads with multiple design criteria)
  • Extended IFC properties and control of exported Civil Designer entities
  • New online help resource
  • Transverse and arrow draped road markings
  • Add the ability to plot the Branch number on Sewer / Storm long section plots as part of Long Section Titles
  • Water connection quantities
  • Water connection default parameters
  • Separate plan plot lists for all Water elements (Nodes, Reservoirs, Pumps, Valves, Hydrants, Street taps, Air Valves)
Contact us if you need to bring your subscription up to date so that you can benefit from the latest version as soon as it is released.


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Upcoming Events
Highways UK

CIVIL DESIGNER international will be exhibiting at the Highways UK infrastructure development event taking place on the 7th - 8th Nov 2018 at the NEC in Birmingham.

Highways UK is for the people and organisations involved in the planning, designing, building, operating and future-proofing of the UK's road network. The event is positioned to attract and capture strategic planning and thought leadership at the leading edge of UK road infrastructure development, especially at the intersection of asset management and intelligent mobility (intelligent infrastructure).


Recent Events
Highways UK

CIVIL DESIGNER Software was on show at the Digital Construction Week 2018 in London earlier this month and we were proud to receive significant positive feedback from visitors to our stand.

Conference attendees were particularly impressed with Civil Designer's intelligent BIM IFC export capabilities, comprehensive design & analysis functionality, low level hardware requirements and flexible licensing options.


Latest Software Update
CIVIL DESIGNER 8.1
Latest build: Release 6 (2018/07/09).

If you are using CIVIL DESIGNER 8.1 you can install the latest update here.


Previous Webinar
CIVIL DESIGNER Technical Webinar:
Roads & Water Functionality: Roads Segments functionality (Civil Designer 8.2) and Water module functionality including how to link an external consumption database.

Roads and Water Functionality


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Improve your design skills and optimise your productivity by taking advantage of our learner focused SETA accredited CIVIL DESIGNER training courses. Click through to our training schedules or contact us for more details.

"Even though most of our candidates had no prior use of Civil Designer, the diplomates, technologists and engineers, all from different backgrounds, were able to produce sensible geometric design alternatives within a short period of time. The crossing services editor was easy to import so that stormwater culverts were incorporated into the road models for holistic geometric and drainage design."

Andrew van Gruting PrEng, Principal Engineer Roads & Transportation,
Hatch, South Africa


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