SPLASH® with Ripple-Thru®
The Only Relationship-Based
Design Software for Civil Engineers


Making Project Changes Simple and Seamless

Making Project Changes Simple and Seamless
 
Improve the efficiency of your storm drainage design with SPLASH(r) With RIPPLE-THRU(r) in Raleigh, North Carolina. Our civil engineering software simplifies your project design by incorporating changes throughout the process. For example, when engineering considerations require moving the street alignment, Splash immediately recomputes the street intersection details, moves manholes, storm drains, and pipes, and corrects the stationing system. It's an ideal tool for a variety of projects, including:
 
Road Design I Water Lines I Site Design I Storm/Sanitary Sewer I Utilities I Cross Sections - Earthwork I Urban Street Improvements
Improve the efficiency of your designs with SPLASH® With RIPPLE-THRU®. Our civil engineering software simplifies your project design by incorporating changes throughout the process. For example, when engineering considerations require moving the street alignment, Splash immediately recomputes the street intersection details, moves manholes, storm drains, and pipes; and corrects the stationing system. It's an ideal tool for a variety of projects, including:

Road Design I Bridge Geometry |Water Lines I Site Design I Storm/Sanitary Sewer I Utilities I Cross Sections—Earthwork I Urban Street Improvements


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Time-Saving

Other systems force the engineer to delete and redo major sections of both the design and their drawings. With SPLASH, an engineer can quickly lay out a sewer alignment at six feet deep and then begin to adjust slopes, inverts, pipes, and horizontal alignment. With every adjustment, the RIPPLE-THRU technology instantly re-computes and updates everything affected.

Seamless Updates

SPLASH operates seamlessly inside MicroStation. Throughout the design process, SPLASH works within the CAD environment, so the designer works directly on the drawings. RIPPLE-THRU assures all design changes made in SPLASH are automatically updated in the CAD drawings. SPLASH unifies the entire project with one Relationship Manager, making it easy to incorporate late changes and ensure that everyone is working with the latest information. Although drawings may be many separate MicroStation design files, each drawing is dynamically linked to the SPLASH Relationship Manager.