If you read Anthony’sÂ post this week, you know that I am supposed to be showing you howÂ to grade aÂ parking lot with a corridor.Â His method, using grading objects, feature lines and a reference surface is a great way to tackle it.Â
But I like using a corridor for the dynamic edits….
It would be nice if I told you how I did it, right?
All my slacker excuses on why it hasn’t been up sooner: I’ve been working on two final subdivision record plats (dang spanning labels are out to get me!)Â and a road grading design this week, as well as wrapping up a great municipal sewer project that one of my clients is doing as their Civil 3D Pilot AND today was Lunch with Santa.Â
So you don’t get my sample drawing and “how to”Â just yet.Â I am making sure it is a good “real” design and throwing in some drainage pipes and a few other things this weekend- but here are some hints:
In my next post, I will give you the breakdown when it is worth creating a dynamic model for your parking lot with a corridor.