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    Ok Great remark. Iv'e started plate 2 Civil. Confused how you coming along? I also read ahead to the HVAC post about that later on new thread.

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    need some help did I miss something on plate 2? here are the instructions.

    DRAWING THE DRIVEWAY
    PROFILE AND SECTION A
    PROFILE (PLATE 3)
    A driveway (or roadway) profile and associated sections are
    helpful when calculating the quantities of materials to add or
    remove from the building site. Your driveway profile begins at
    the center of the cul-de-sac on Ocean Avenue and runs the
    entire length of the driveway’s centerline.
    • For the driveway profile, use a vertical scale of 1″ = 10′
    and a horizontal scale of 1″ = 60′. Show the stationing,
    however, in 50-foot increments. Therefore, when plotting
    the drawing, the distance between Station 0 + 00 and
    Station 0 + 50 will be 5/6 of an inch.
    1. Label Sta. 0 + 00 (Center of Cul-de-sac Ocean
    Ave.), the curb, the ROW, the PC, the PT, and the
    stationing at the end of driveway.
    2. Use Layer Details with the appropriate hatch
    patterns to show the cut and/or fill in the cross
    section. Don’t forget to show the culvert as an
    ellipse. You can make the culvert larger than it
    actually is. This way, it’s easier to see on this
    drawing. Indicate the culvert’s true diameter
    next to the ellipse.
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    ive read the thread from car5858 and remark. the detail i don't get where it comes from. i'm going to read plate 2 again.

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    confused your turn now. come on we wanna see you finish too.

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    Just finished the HVAC project. Got a 95. Working on the electrical now. Then just the elective to be finished.

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    do the electrical as your elective. you are on the electrical you can keep going.

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    confused need help feel free to ask.

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    Oh confused what grade you get on Civil?

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    confused how you doing on projects?

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