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Site and Highways Staking with Trimble SCS900. 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

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Site and highways staking with trimble scs900

Site and Highways Staking with Trimble SCS900


Benefits of doing your own stakeout

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


Scs900 stakeout menu

SCS900 Stakeout Menu

  • Option 3 – Stakeout Menu

  • Different menu depending on design loaded

    • Surface design (TTM)

    • Road design (PRO)

  • Stakeout Settings


Staking points

Staking Points

  • Stake to coordinates (NEZ)

    • Structures, utilities, radii, corners

  • Picking Options

    • Pick from plan view

    • Pick from list

    • Create new


Staking lines

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


Staking side slopes catch points

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


Staking planes

Staking Planes

  • Simple slopes or pads

    • Good for temporary work that is not in design

  • 3 Types

    • Level Plane

    • Sloping Plane

    • Three Point Plane


Staking surfaces

Staking Surfaces

  • Live Cut / Fill to current design

  • Good for supervisors or inexperienced users


Staking roads option 1

Staking Roads – Option 1

  • Roadway Feature

    • Pavement

      • CL, EP, Curb, Shoulder

    • Dirt

      • SG, Ditches, Benches


Staking roads option 2

Staking Roads – Option 2

  • Catch Point

    • Stake design tie slopes

    • Stake user defined slopes


Staking roads option 3

Staking Roads – Option 3

  • Location on Surface

    • Cut / Fill on the road at

      • Specific Station / Offset

      • Any random location


Report utility

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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