Civil Designer 2015 is in the beta test phase and will be available within a matter of weeks.
You can update your software subscription now to ensure that you receive the new version as soon as it is released.
Have a look at an overview of the new features and functionality
which are included and
if you need more information.
Google Earth Grid
This tech tip explains how to create a Google Earth Grid and then import the grid into Civil Designer. Read this tech tip
Digistics Warehouse Project
Civil Designer was used on the current Digistics Warehouse Project at Coega Zone 1 in Port Elizabeth.
Senior Technician Solly Solomon of Aurecon explains that "the easy to use Terrain, Water, Sewer and Storm modules, with their time saving tools help us tackle projects ilke this with efficiency."
Civil Designer was used for the terrain modelling, sewers, stormwater and fire reticulation modelling.
Civil Designer 2015 licenses are to be authorised via Sentinel SL security which means that in addition to hardware (USB dongle) based license protection,
you can protect and control the distribution of your company licenses via a soft-key system.
The software-based licensing system simplifies activation and gives you more control and flexibility over the allocation of you company licenses.
The Department of Trade and Industry offers up to 80% off the cost of your software. This is offered to all enterprises that are majority black South African owned.
The maximum grant amount you can qualify for is R100 000 towards the procurement of CIVIL DESIGNER.
Additionally you can get a grant for training on the software for up to R37 500 ex VAT per company. While the process can take between 4 weeks and up to 4 months, depending on numerous factors, we are able to lease the software out to you in that period so you can get immediate access at little cost. To qualify for this opportunity your company will need to meet various requirements.
Please contact me about the DTI grant >>