Civil Designer 2011

Once again this year's IMESA Conference (which coincided with the launch date for Civil Designer 2011) was a huge success. It was great to catch up with all our clients and industry colleagues who, even through the challenging times of present, chose to once again support the Institute proving themselves to be the real backbone of the industry. We would like to personally thank clients of ours who contributed to the Conference by being the Key Sponsors: GIBB Consulting Engineers (Platinum Sponsor), SSI (Silver Sponsor) and Aurecon (Bronze Sponsor).

This year we were the only Civil Infrastructure Design Software suppliers at the conference, which we have attended for the last 10 years and will continue to do so every year in the future. We thoroughly enjoy the opportunity it gives us to chat to you, answer any questions you may have, have a few laughs and more importantly, contribute to the future success of Municipal Engineering and Service delivery in South Africa.







Next year's IMESA event takes place in Johannesburg. We look forward to seeing you there!

The Knowledge Base Team

What's new in Civil Designer 2011

The latest 2011 version comes with a new titanium strength engine which comprises of a 3D CAD engine and powerful DTM component. It is fully compatible with DWG, DXF and DGN plus other formats.

Civil Designer 2011 has huge data and image handling abilities that makes it the choice for civil engineers that need a software program that can deal with their both their current projects and future projects as well as be the software package that will handle the increased amount of data as we move into the next generation. Many new features and functions have been added to the core module as well as the fully integrated modules...


Conversion Course - Book Now

We have put together a 2 day Conversion Course to get you up to speed with this major release. The conversion course training will run from 1st November 2010 till 28th February 2011 at a cost of just R4800 for existing clients that are up to date with their subscriptions. We also offer in-house training conducted at your premises.

Clients who attend the training during November and December will jump the shipping queue and receive Civil Designer 2011 in their hands at their training. For those who do not attend a conversion course, shipping may take up to 90 days. So book your training now so that you are ready to tackle next year’s challenges with Civil Designer 2011...


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