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Professional Design Suite: A Year in Review

Wednesday 6th of December, 12:00 - 12:45 GMT

Causeway Professional Design Suite (PDS) provides powerful, easy-to-use tools covering all aspects of earthworks, development site infrastructure, and highway design.

The software incorporates modules for highway design, volumetrics, alignment design, overlay design, drainage design and vehicle path analysis, as well as functionality for creating road markings and designing traffic signs. With its intelligent 3D modelling capabilities and powerful integration functionality, PDS also delivers all of the benefits of Building Information Modelling (BIM) to the civil engineer.

Join us for this 45-minute web session where you will learn about the enhancements we have made to PDS in 2017.

You will be able to request a CPD Certificate at the end of the webinar.



  1. PDS Bundles and Causeway Licence Manager
  2. Overview of PDS modules and how the Auto Update enhances workflow
  3. Digital modelling
  4. Alignment design
  5. Advanced design
  6. Drainage design- including integration with Flow
    1. Greenfield runoff calculation for small and large catchments
    2. Pre and post development design analysis for a detailed drainage network
    3. Compliance reports and approval checks
  7. Drive- vehicle path analysis package
  8. Line & Sign- how to undertake road marking and traffic sign design in PDS
  9. Q&A session


Barry BlakeBarry Blake, EVP Infrastructure Design Business Unit

Barry has overseen the development and marketing of the PDS software for the last 27 years defining the strategy and future direction of the products. Identifying the customer requirements has been the key to delivering the right tools to engineers, at an affordable price point with support and training that are second to none.

Tom FoxTom Fox, Sales Executive

Tom Fox has worked in the flood mitigation and drainage sector for 15 years. Tom has worked on site in Europe, the Middle East and in London alongside Thames Water, later using that experience to aid drainage engineers in finding the right design tools for their scope of works.

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