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Mike Otte
949 W Bond Street, Suite 200
Lincoln, NE 68521
Phone: 402-441-1645

MicroStation V8i SS2 / GEOPAK V8i SS2 Update

September 30, 2011

CADD Standards have gone through an exhausting overhaul. The City of Lincoln has rewritten the Standard Specifications for Municipal Construction. The new book reorganizes Chapters, Disciplines and Pay Items (and their corresponding numbers). Therefore every CADD item that is connected to a Pay Item/Number has been changed. All DGNLIB's, Cell Libraries, Design & Computation, etc. have been updated accordingly.

The release of GEOPAK V8i introduces the new Corridor Modeling program. Templates have been provided. Though they are provided, please use at your own risk. I am not completely sold on them and recommend using the provided criteria for LOC, Earthwork and ROW design.

Unfortunately, documentation at this time in not complete and will be released at a later time. If you have questions or problems with the installation of the workspace, please do not hesitate to contact me.

As always, if you find any bugs or have comments/suggestions, please let us know as soon as possible by using the online form below.

All PW/U CADD Standards have been developed for MicroStation V8i SS2 / GEOPAK V8i SS2. PW/U does not guarantee the compatibility of these Standards with other versions of MicroStation / GEOPAK.

GEOPAK Suite:V08.11.07.536
TitleBlock Manager:V3.2.1
Windows:2000 & XP


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