The Self-Service ACDC website used for the validation of As-Constructed or As-Built CAD drawings, management of project documentation and the preparation of GIS data from the drawings
An ACDC project is defined as the work carried out for a single contract for which an as constructed CAD drawing is to be delivered. For example, one extension of a subdivision.
ACDC ‘Validation Set’:
The name of the set of rules that is assigned to a project and used by the ACDC Portal to validate the CAD drawings submitted to the portal for that specific project. One validation set is assigned per project and all submitted CAD drawings for that project will be validated using its assigned validation set.
Pay-for-Use Price is PER PROJECT Created:
Validate your As-Constructed or As-Built CAD drawings to include required GIS data as per A-SPEC published standards
Includes a downloadable Toolkit comprising of a CAD drawing template, CAD menu’s and predefined required attributes
Outputs the Validated CAD drawing directly to .shp file format, which will be available to download
Outputs the Validated Drawing to .dwg format with Object Data, which will be available to download
Provides the ability to QA CAD drawings by allowing multiple uploads of the CAD drawing of the Project to the Portal during the validation process
Provides error markings and required correction messages in the uploaded CAD drawing, which is available to rectify within CAD and to then re-upload to the Portal for validation
2 Hours Technical support and training
Includes above standard benefits
Seamlessly create projects, upload, share and deliver as design and as-constructed “Document Sets” as per customers data requirements standards
1 Hour additional training