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Andrew G. Roe


Cadalyst contributing editor Andrew G. Roe is a registered civil engineer and president of AGR Associates. He is author of Using Visual Basic with AutoCAD, published by Autodesk Press. He can be reached at agroe@agrassociates.com


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Virtual Construction   6 Feb, 2007
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

More and more construction teams are using virtual construction to identify potential field problems before they become reality.

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Autodesk Civil 3D (Cadalyst Labs Review)   1 Feb, 2007
By: Andrew G. Roe,PE

Moving closer to becoming the production tool of choice.

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GIS Tech News (#28)   2 Jan, 2007
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

GPS-Guided Earthmoving Gains Ground: Satellite positioning saves one contractor millions

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GPS-Guided Earthmoving Gains Ground   2 Jan, 2007
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

The practice of guiding earthmoving equipment with GPS (Global Positioning System) units has been gaining acceptance in recent years, and industry sources expect the trend to continue for the foreseeable future.

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GIS Tech News (#26)   5 Dec, 2006
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

Project Management Software Diagnoses Sick Projects: New tools help measure health of construction jobs, predict success or failure

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GIS Tech News (#24)   7 Nov, 2006
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

A Gaggle of Google Earth Tools: Users have a host of new options for publishing CAD and GIS data to this popular mapping tool

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A Gaggle of Google Earth Tools   7 Nov, 2006
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

In the past few months, CAD and GIS users seeking to link project data with Google Earth mapping data have found new and powerful tools at their disposal.

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GIS Tech News (#22)   12 Oct, 2006
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

From the Trenches: Civil 3D Adoption - Autodesk's 3D civil engineering solution is still maturing, but some users in the real world are finding the 2007 edition to be a viable production tool

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From the Trenches: Civil 3D Adoption   3 Oct, 2006
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

One of the burning issues facing users of Autodesk civil products is whether to adopt Civil 3D as a production tool. First introduced in 2004, Civil 3D provides a more model-based design environment than Land Desktop.

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Autodesk Land Desktop 2006   1 Aug, 2005
By: Andrew G. Roe,P.E.

Tools for site development and civil engineering

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