Looking into your original question - can i assume that you have a notional
centerline of the proposed road but working you subassemblies from either
curb and gutter then insert paved lanes inward? A typical urban road rehab
If this so - then i suggest you can do so (a) define the assembly around the
centerline, (b) then before adding any subassemblies to it, add an offset
alignment to that assembly on either side of the assembly, (c) then attach
curb and gutters to the controling offset markers on either side (insert
towards crown) and (d) then finally attach "LaneTowardCrown" subassembly to
the flange point of the gutter.
While applying this assembly to your corridor in the "corridors parameters"
tab you have to specify the curb profile (optionally curb alignment if you
If I understood you requirement wrongly, please email me a sketch or dwg
explaining the same.
In Civi l 3D 2005 you may have to have some custom subassemblies for any
other special rehab requirement (but generaly assembly contsructuion is
similar to above procedure). The soon to be released Civil 3D 2006 will have
some new rehab subassemblies out of the box addressing this kind of needs.
"apweng" wrote in message
> How do I change the profile and alignment control point on an assembly.
> For instance, if my horizontal control is the center of road and vertical
> control is the top of curb?