Engineering

AutoCAD Civil 3D  

Autocad Civil 3D Tool for Roads & Bridges Geometric Design

Program Overview:

This course covers the basic as well as advanced concepts in AutoCAD Civil 3D such as COGO points, surfaces and surface analysis, alignments, profiles, sections, grading, assemblies, corridor modeling, earthwork calculations, and pipe and pressure networks. This course has been created considering the needs of the professionals such as engineers, surveyors, bridges & interchanges geometric designers, land developers and CAD technicians, who wish to learn and explore the usage and abilities of AutoCAD Civil 3D in their respective domains.

Program Goals:

Participants will be able to …
  1. Design of roads network for urban cities.
  2. Design of freeways & expressways for rural areas.
  3. Preparing full design of interchanges & at-grade intersections.
  4. Full tender documents for roadways project with total bill of quantities.

Program Objective:

Participants will be able to …
  1. Learn the Autodesk Civil 3D user interface.
  2. Create points and point groups and work with survey figures.
  3. Create, edit, view, and analyze surfaces.
  4. Create and edit alignments.
  5. Create sites, profiles, and cross-sections.
  6. Create assemblies, corridors, and intersections.
  7. Create grading solutions.
  8. Use plan production tools to create plan and profile sheets.
 

Program Outcome:

Upon completion of the program the participants will be able to:
  1. Create alignments from objects, external references (xrefs), and layouts.
  2. Edit alignments and apply alignment styles, labels, label sets, and tables.
  3. Create a surface profile and profile view.
  4. Create profile checks and check sets.
  5. Create and edit a design profile and profile style.
  6. Modify profile view styles, add profile view bands, and create a band set.
  7. Create and modify offset alignments.
  8. Design of at-grade intersections & Interchanges.
  9. Design of bridge alignments & profiles.
 

Target Audience:

  • Civil Engineers.
  • Surveyors.
  • Highway designers.
  • Bridge designers

Duration:

30 Hour / 6 Days

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Primavera  

Program Overview:

This program is designed for Engineers and Project Managers to enhance their Primavera application skills. This program provides both concept and practical with applying on P6 software, all participants will be equipped with high quality manual about the software, and with sufficient practical knowledge of the software and its application.
 

Program Objective:

  1. Define Basics and definitions (Scope and Scope Management, process control, construction planning. 
  2. Identify Planning and scheduling methods (Critical Path Method (CPM) and terms, work sequence rationale)
  3. Learn Continuing network theory (AON. Bar charts and time-distance diagrams, establishment of construction schedules, task sequence and dependencies, relevance of milestones, critical path)
  4. Understand Cost control tools, performance parameters, cost centers, cash-flow, S-curve, principles of profit & loss statement and balance sheet
  5. Understand alternative schedule scenarios: acceleration and impact, retrospective/forensic scheduling
  6. Understanding Project Management.
  7. Setup Structuring Projects.
  8. Defining Budgets.
  9. Implementing the Schedule.
  10. Updating and Managing the Schedule.
  11. Customizing Projects: Working with Layouts Grouping, Sorting, and Filtering Data Customizing and Layouts Customizing Reports.
  12. Apply to Existing Project with assessment.
 

Target Audience:

  • Planning Engineers. 
  • Program Managers.
  • Project Managers. 
  • For those who works in the field of construction projects and project management.

Duration:

40 hrs

 

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Practical Applications of FIDIC Contracts  

Program Overview:

This course overviews the engineer rights obligators when s/he is preparing or signing a construction or a design contract. It course focuses on the problems that might occur during the execution of a construction or a design contract and the legal directions to manage the obstacles. 
This course outlines the various elements of FIDIC 1999 suite of contracts and its update.

Program Objective:

Participants will be able to …
  1. Review the various forms of FIDIC contracts and the philosophy of choosing the suitable forms.
  2. Determine and recognize the roles of key parties in construction contracts.
  3. Understand the important clauses of the FIDIC contracts

Program Outcome:

Upon completion of the program the participants will be able to:
  1. Know the various forms of FIDIC contracts.
  2. Acquire the philosophy of choosing the suitable forms of FIDIC contract.
  3. Explain clauses of the FIDIC contracts
  4. Practice the roles of key parties in construction contracts.
  5. Craft the important clauses depending on the FIDIC contracts

Target Audience:

  • Project Managers.
  • Project Control Manager
  • Contract Administrators.
  • Senior Project Control Manager.
  • Senior planning and scheduling Engineers.
  • Engineers who are involved in contract administrations and claim analysis.
  • Site engineers
  • Technical office engineers

Duration:

24 hrs

 

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