Versatile FeaturesAll the functionality you need to create fast & accurate earthworks estimates.
Import multiple PDF, JPG, BMP documents. crop, stitch and scale.
Manual Take-off, CAD Import, Point Cloud Import.
View existing and proposed in 3D using and orbit and fly over camera.
Proposed Level Area Design
Platform Element allows you to easily define areas of level grade.
Proposed Strip/Spread Design
Topsoil Strip, Paving, Respread etc…
Proposed Trenching/Road Design
Path Element allows you to quickly define features with a centreline.
Proposed Surface Design
Contour Lines, Points, break-lines. Manual Take-off, CAD Import, Point Cloud Import.
Sloping Area Design
Slope Element allows you to define an area with a sloping grade.
Separate projects into separate phases to represent time, materials or anything else.
Estimation Summary & Images CAD Data. Contour Lines, Shaded TIN Surfaces, Definition Data.
Importing Site Plans
Being able to display multiple site plans makes it much easier to complete a takeoff if you have your existing and proposed elevation data on two seperate drawings. You can also use the crop, move, and align tools to ‘stitch’ drawings together in situations where a single site plan is spread across seperate pages of a document.
Defining Existing Ground Levels
You can define ground levels from contour lines, break lines, or points, or from any combination of these. Every feature can either be drawn on the screen, or loaded from a CAD file or a point file.
You can also import ground levels directly from LandXml or CAD, if the ground level surfaces have already been generated in another software product.
Defining Proposed Earthworks Levels
For more complex take-off jobs a surface element can be used which is defined like the existing terrain using points, break lines, contour lines and outlines.
Exporting Earthworks Estimates
You can export your project to popular image formats like .jpg and .png. Design data can exported to a .dwg, .dxf or LandXml file which can be opened in other CAD programs.
Comprehensive estimation summaries and user input reports can be exported to a Microsoft Word or Excel file, as well as directly to PDF. These reports are invaluable in presenting results to other project participants.