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    How did you get your pc to the right of culdesac. I measured 50ft. away from center of culdesac starting point and it is to the left due to the driveway contour. I mean, are you supposed to rotate the drawing before transferring points.

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    oK i ROTAted the drawing and it worked like yours except for the valley is at 180 instead of 240.

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    The section follows the centerline. If you project the points from the cul-di-sac perpendicular to the centerline, this will give you the locations.

    Be carefull about rotating the drawing. This can change your bench mark position. I would copy the drawing to a new drawing that you will not be turning in.
    This way it will be safe to make the changes, and if it isn't right you do not loose the origional drawing.
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    i got it. the ocean avenue section wasn't working correctly with center of culdesac being west of sta 0+50. i rotated the drawing where everything correlated west to east and left to right. It looks like yours now so I will assume that it is correct> thanks for your help

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    Your welcome, good luck

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    CAR COULD you post a close up of section A. I am having a hard time understanding how to transfer the points for the cross section since it is looking at the driveway from the east to west instead of south to north as the profile was.

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    Car: Why do you have two separated drawings on plate 4? The instructor just emailed me and said that it was one drawing. If this is so, then that's a fairly small drawing for the 11 x 17 drawing sheet.

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    Hi everyone
    Good morningCIVIL DRAFTING PROJECT (DRAWING THE PROPOSED DRIVEWAY AND BUILDING SITE (PLATE-2).dwg
    I am struggling with this project.Can anyone help me finish my project? The numbers on above images are not clearly visible.It would be great if someone post the dwg. files for this project.I am not sure,wether i am on the right track or not?I have attched my dwgs. with this quote,I would really appericiate if some one have a look on it and give me solution to finish this.
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    Hi,

    Draw a construction line from the PC @85<S75E

    Following your instructions worked. Can you please tell me how you calculated this bearing so I know for future reference please?

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