InRoads Site Design Manual

EnvisionCAD has released our newest manual “InRoads Site Design” for print and eBook delivery.  This InRoads Site Design manual highlights the Site Modeler commands that are new in the V8i (SELECTseries) releases of InRoads. The manual highlights surface modeling, earthwork computations and other site design commands.

Additional titles for InRoads and InRoads Survey are in the works and will be released soon.

Bob Mecham

Bob Mecham

Bob is a partner at EnvisionCAD and is an industry expert in the implementation, configuration, instruction, development, and customization of both MicroStation and InRoads.

9 comments on “InRoads Site Design Manual

  1. PRIYANKAN MENAT Reply

    I AM LOCATED IN INDIA AND WE USE BENTLEY PRODUCT MXROADS….I WANT TO LEARN THIS TOOL AND COMPARE IT WITH MXROADS…CAN YOU PLEASE ELABORATE ON THE CAPABILITIES OF BOTH TOOLS IN THE HIGHWAY DESIGN INDUSTRY….WHY IN INDIA IT IS GIVEN MORE PREFERENCE TO MXROADS INSTEAD OF INROADS…

  2. ISIDRO LLOVIA Reply

    Hello:

    Re : InRoads V8i (SELECTseries) Site Design

    I am interested to buy the design manual, is it in AutoCAd platform?

    Also I am living here in Calgary, Alberta how much would be the shipping cost/

    Thank you

    sid

  3. Bob Mecham Bob Mecham Reply

    Hi Isidro,
    Generally InRoads is compatible with either MicroStation or AutoCAD. We did not develop any lab files for DWG format but you could give it a try.
    Check to see if there is a category for ‘Site Modeler’ on your InRoads pull-down menus. I’m told that it should be there.

    In the past shipping to Calgary has run about $30.

    Regards,
    Bob Mecham

  4. Jesus Pena Reply

    Hi:

    I am a Draftsman and a Microstation user for the past 14 years; during this time I have worked for AZDOT, and the private sector as well. I just realized that the industry is starting to change in some ways, for instance it used to be (with very few exceptions) that only people with Engineering degrees was required to know Inroads and Projectwise, nowadays quite a few employers are requesting knowledge on Inroads, Projectwise and even Civil3D, living in a competitive jobmarket this is somehow a concern.

    I am a standalone learner and living in Phoenix, AZ at this time. Could you please send me information in any possible options available to improve my knowledge and background on these three subjects, and what are the type of finances involved, as well as any type of financial aid or government programs.

    Have a wonderful day

    Jesus I Pena
    jipena@msn.com
    623.207.8163

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