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Quarry Dev't Monitoring in Relation to the Proposed Roadway
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  • @Orly: Yes, padulong Tagum pero dili nimo makit-an kung sa coastal road ka moagi. Sa Cabantian road nimo agion gawas Bunawan, malabyan nimo dapit sa Brgy. Mahayag. Walay lain maagian nimo nga dako nga quarry, sa Holcim na.
  • Paadto sa tagum? permi ko gaagi diha kay sa USEP tagum man ko gaeskwela. Taga Matanao, Davao del sur man ko..
  • @Orly: Yes, Davao lang ni. Banda sa Bunawan.
    @Beethoven: Sige lang kay kung mabuo gani ang ako ginabuo nga Civil3D training, inform dayon ta ka. Ang problema ani bay, kay medyo taas jud ang learning curve kung gusto jud nimo ma-attain ang productivity level. Kaya kaayo na nimo. Ikaw pa!!
  • Asa ni bay? sa Davao?
  • bai, patudlo ko ani bhe?
  • This roadway+bridge project was undertaken to provide access to adjacent quarry site (northely side) without disturbing public traffic. The roadway was designed, approved, and constructed. During construction, I was tasked to determine elevation relativity between roadway design elevation and continuously changing quary surface elevation. I used Civil3D to model the roadway and staked it on ground.
  • GeoEducator
    interesting...could you tell us a little more about what we are looking at?
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