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BUI 106 - Civil I


This course starts with the fundamentals of raw data and how to work with it in a CADD environment to produce Civil drawings and Survey drawings. This course covers the basics for a boundary survey drawing including meets and bounds descriptions, symbols, and abbreviations. The student will also learn to create topographic drawings to include all existing information found in the field. The raw information used to create the topographic drawing will then be used to perform grading and volume calculations. A complete explanation of symbols, abbreviations, and drawing requirements will be given as they relate to the creation of civil and survey drawings.
Prerequisite(s): CAD 106 Computer Aided Drafting II
3 credits (2 lecture; 1 lab)



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