Eagle Point

INTRODUCTION

Eagle Point (Road Calc) is a design & analysis software which is globally used in Road Projects. In Pakistan, most of big Consultants/Departments and Road Constructions Companies are also having benefit of this software. It is a Windows based user friendly software that runs in association with Auto Cad. Civil Engineers, Sub Engineers (Civil) and Surveyors (Civil) can participate in this training program, they have the opportunity to learn and improve their professional skill through this software.

Eagle point (Road Calc) is help full for Engineers who are directly/indirectly involved in road designing. The software can produce plan & profile drawings, Curve geometry data, Coordinates & elevation, Mass haul diagram sheets and cross section sheets as per defined intervals and international standards. It is equally helpful for those engineers / surveyors who are responsible for the execution of site work like cutting or filling for on going road projects. It can calculate all required data like finished road levels (FRL) sub grade levels, super elevation details etc.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Minimum Matric Should Knowledge of Civil Surveyor

COURSE CONTENTS

SURFACE MODELING

  • Introduction of Eagle Point Software
  • Basic concept of survey
  • Manage Surface Models
  • Import ASCII Points
  • Predefined Boundaries
  • Digitize contours
  • Triangulation

ROAD CALCULATION

PROJECT ALIGNMENT

  • Convert object to Alignment
  • Offset & ROW
  • Generate Technical Reports
  • View Alignment Graphics

AutoCAD (2D / 3D)

CONTENTS

  • Engineering Drawing
  • Computer Application
  • AutoCAD

Eligibility Criteria: Intermediate or equivalent for  DIT, DOM, DCHE, CIW, CIO, CCHE, & AutoCAD.

Civil Draftsman

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Minimum Matric with science subject

COURSE BENEFITS

This course is designed for those students, who are in construction field and want to become superb in architectural field.

COURSE CONTENTS

  • Introduction of Civil Drafting
  • Drawing Instrument and Accessories
  • Scale card  (types of scale)
  • Placing the sheet on the drawing board
  • Boundary line and title block/title strip
  • Lettering
  • Geometrical figures
  • Regular pentagon, regular hexagon,
  • regular heptagon
  • Orthographic projection
  • Principal plane
  • Reinforced concrete (R.C) design.
  • Estimate
  • Cost of carriage
  • Electrical symbol
  • Plumbing symbol
  • Road structure

Civil Surveyor

INTRODUCTION

Civil surveyor course covers the design and construction of railways, roads, airports, bridges, pipelines, water supply pipes, power stations and a whole range of industrial, commercial and private buildings.

Civil surveyors are involved with each stage of a project from design and estimating, to setting out and construction. After completion, they monitor the condition and performance of installations.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Minimum Matric with science subject

COURSE CONTENTS

  • Introduction Civil  Surveyor
  • Classification of survey
  • Principles of survey
  • Chain survey
  • Plotting of chain survey
  • Compass survey
  • Bearing system
  • Drawing Scales
  • Types of scales
  • Leveling
  • Technical terms
  • Purpose of Leveling
  • Plain table survey
  • Methods of plane table survey
  • Adjustment of Levels

GIS (Geographical Info System)

INTRODUCTION

Making decisions based on geography is basic to human thinking. Where shall we go, what will it be like, and what we shall do when we get there are applied to the simple event of going to the store or to the major event of launching a bathysphere into the ocean’s depths. By understanding geography and people’s relationship to location, we can make informed decisions about the way we live on our planet. A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a technological tool for comprehending geography and making intelligent decisions.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Minimum Matric with science subjects

COURSE BENEFITS
This course leads you towards the golden chance of jobs in different constructions & surveying companies in the country & abroad.

COURSE CONTENTS

  • What Holds Us Together
  • Exploration in the Age of Digital Earth
  • Dynamics GIS: Recognizing the
  • Dynamic Nature of Reality
  • Living Inside Networks of Knowledge
  • What Historians Want from GIS
  • Bring Back Geography!

Geographic Positioning Systems (GPS)

INTRODUCTION

The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a global navigation satellite system (GNSS) developed by the United States Department of Defense. It is the only fully functional GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) in the world, can be used freely by anyone, anywhere, and is often used by civilians for navigation purposes. It uses a constellation of between 24 and 32 medium Earth orbit satellites that transmit precise radio wave signals, which allow GPS receivers to determine their current location, the time, and their velocity.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Minimum Matric with science subject

COURSES BENEFITS

After this course you would be able to get a job in the multinational companies such as NLC / FWO.

COURSE CONTENTS

  • System Segmentation
  • Navigation Signals
  • Satellite Frequencies
  • Possible Sourse of Interference
  • Accuracy Enhancement
  • Applications
  • Multi dimentional Newton-Raphson for GPS

Level Surveyor

INTRODUCTION

To provide an inventory consisting of all properties in the defined survey area to consist of an inventory form, black and white photograph, description, construction date, physical changes, historical information, and a National Register evaluation of the properties

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Minimum Matric with science subject.

COURSE BENEFITS

  • Determining the height of a
  • particular point
  • Determining differences in height
  • between points
  • Setting out level surfaces
  • for construction
  • Setting out inclined surfaces
  • for construction

COURSE CONTENTS

  • There are three types of levels:
  • Dumpy levels
  • Tilting levels
  • Automatic levels

Quantity Surveyor

INTRODUCTION

A quantity surveyor (QS) is a professional working within the construction industry concerned with building costs.

The profession is one that provides a qualification gained following formal education, specific training and experience that provide a general set of skills that are then applied to a diverse variety of problems. Predominantly these relate to costs and contracts on construction projects. Other areas in which QS find employment include property surveys for hidden defects on behalf of potential purchasers, running estates, valuing the mineral deposits for mining companies, selling property and even Leasehold Reform Act work.

COURSE BENEFITS

You will be able to estimate the construction material according to project you can evaluate the cost of under construction of building

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Minimum Matric with science subject

COURSE CONTENTS

  • Specification
  • Estimating
  • Principles of Brick Masonry
  • Stone Masonry
  • Storage of Cement
  • Width of Masonry Wall Footing
  • Proper Site Selection
  • Lintel

Theodolite

INTRODUCTION

A theodolite is a scientific instrument used for measuring angles (directions) in the horizontal and vertical planes. All theodolites have similar constructional features regardless of their age or level of technology, and all perform basically the same functions

COURSE BENEFITS

  • Angular measurement
  • Angle- Angle Intersection
  • Horizontal Curves
  • Vertical Curves
  • Resection
  • Traverses
  • Radiation

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Minimum Matric with science subject

COURSE CONTENTS

  • Theodolite Traversing
  • Setting Out Works
  • Geodetic Surveying
  • Trignometric Leveling
  • Contouring
  • Hydrographical Surveying
  • Tunneliing
  • Photogrammetry
  • Astronomy

Total Station

INTRODUCTION

A total station is an electronic/optical instrument used in modern surveying. It can also used by archaeologists to record excavations as well as by police, crime scene investigators, and private accident re-constructionists and insurance companies to take measurements of scenes. The total station is an electronic theodolite (transit) integrated with an electronic distance meter (EDM) to read distances from the instrument to a particular spatial entity.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Minimum Matric with science subjects

COURSES BENEFITS

After completion of this courses you will be able to get a job in the Middle East is well is in the Pakistan.

COURSE CONTENTS

  • Introduction
  • Topography
  • Instrument configuration
  • Collimation
  • Traversing
  • Setting Out (Layout)
  • Area Calculation
  • Resection
  • Missing Line Measurement (MLM)
  • Offsetting
  • Key Functions
  • Feature Code Library