What's it like to be a Civil Designer?
Civil Designers use computer-aided design (CAD) programs to draft, produce, scale and fine-tune drawings and maps for key infrastructure and construction projects. This may include roads, bridges, railways, earthworks, and commercial, industrial and residential developments.
Civil Designers may work within a team of Project Managers, Engineers, Designers and Drafters, and may be involved in determining material, labour and other project costs.
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How to become a Civil Designer
- Complete a qualification in civil engineering or engineering technology.
- While you’re completing your formal training seek out internship opportunities and develop your practical experience with 12d Model and CAD programs, such as AutoCAD, Civil 3D, InRoads, HydroCAD, and StormCAD.
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