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Drawings for Remediation projects

Drawings for Remediation projects

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Sorry if this is the wrong forum for this question. I work for the remediation group of a small environmental firm. They have used Autosketch 9 to make the figures and drawings showing soil & groundwater chem, gw contour & flow, site outlines, etc. I know this program is old and there are better ones out there. The issue is, my background is in Hazardous Materials, not drafting:) Everything I know about using AS 9 is self taught.

But I am having issues with AS 9, that I think come from it being old, as well as there are things that I wish it could do that I know it can't. I contacted the makers of AS, and they were little help other than to say try AS 10, but they couldn't give me an answer as to if AS 10 had any of the specific features I'd like or need.

So my question, if this the right place, is what are other remediation groups using for their drafting?

Thanks for any help you may have.

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