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Site and Highway Staking with Trimble SCS900. Benefits of doing your own stakeout  Stakeout has historically been labor intensive –Multiple person crews.

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1 Site and Highway Staking with Trimble SCS900

2 Benefits of doing your own stakeout  Stakeout has historically been labor intensive –Multiple person crews  Using Trimble technology reduces labor –Allows single person crews for  GPS (SPSx81)  Robotic Total Station (SPSx30)  Reduces cost –Reduces need for subcontracted layout  Reduces downtime –No need to schedule or wait for crews to arrive  Puts the power of data in your hands –Documentation of stake positions and accuracy

3 SCS900 Stakeout Menu  Option 3 – Stakeout Menu  Different menu depending on design loaded –Surface design (TTM) –Road design (PRO)  Stakeout Settings

4 Staking Points  Stake to coordinates (NEZ) –Structures, utilities, radii, corners  Picking Options –Pick from plan view –Pick from list –Create new

5 Staking Lines  Stake EP, curb, pads, lots, utilities, contours  Picking Options –Pick from plan view –Create New  Other Options –Reverse –Station / offset –Tangent / corner points –Staking Interval  Trimble Menu

6 Staking Side Slopes & Catch Points  Project any line at any slope  Dynamic daylight / catch points –Intersection updated using current ground elevation –Useful when model doesn’t daylight correctly, slopes are not complete, or slopes need to be modified

7 Staking Planes  Simple slopes or pads –Good for temporary work that is not in design  3 Types –Level Plane –Sloping Plane –Three Point Plane

8 Staking Surfaces  Live Cut / Fill to current design  Good for supervisors or inexperienced users

9 Staking Roads – Option 1  Roadway Feature –Pavement  CL, EP, Curb, Shoulder –Dirt  SG, Ditches, Benches

10 Staking Roads – Option 2  Catch Point –Stake design tie slopes –Stake user defined slopes

11 Staking Roads – Option 3  Location on Surface –Cut / Fill on the road at  Specific Station / Offset  Any random location

12 Report Utility  What data is recorded during stakeout? –Measured NEZ –Raw data (LLH or HA/VA/SD) –Precision –Design NEZ –Cut / Fill –Horizontal deviation from staked point –Station / Offset (lines or roads) –In / Out of tolerance –Rod height –Date and time


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