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    I am going to have a base file in which my Existing and Proposed surface models will be in the same file. my Existing surface will have feature lines.

    My Proposed surface will start from a corridor model but I will add Feature Lines and Grading Objects. Posted image below shows Feature Lines for the existing in Site 1.

    Should I create Site 2 for the feature lines and Grading Group for the Proposed surface model?
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    Default Re: Surfaces and Feature lines

    not sure about the workflow here, but i do know feature lines in the same site will interact with each other (i.e. if they cross the last one will control what the other one does) not sure about grading objects and/or the corridor model.
    it sounds like a new site for the proposed would be the way to go.
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    Thats the answer

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