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Grading

Terrain models maintain dynamic relationships with related elements such as breaklines, corridor models and grading objects. Surfaces serve as references to create profiles, sections and corridors. Save time and minimise errors with automatic updating. Powerful daylighting and gradient-projection tools can generate surface models for several types of grading projections. Develop surfaces with easy-to-use graphical and tabular grading manipulation tools.

Highway design tools include terrain models for grading