I think at where the pipe enters the structure would be more common practice; pipe crews and manufactures need this.
Please. The above is shown by network and structure which is pretty industry standard as far as I have seen. If the report could be dynamic (option of auto, blank, by user) that would be a plus
Things to display:
- Name of structure/node
- Description of node,
- perhaps and option to toggle on and off
- option if alignment is referenced
- Rim of node
- Invert of pipe
- Option to show what run the invert is associated to
- Sump of node
- Option to show
- TBC calls this invert but for manholes should really be called sump as this is pretty standard (pet peeve of mine). This can be confusing when sending to the field as they may thing this is the exiting pipe invert, which it is not. Even calling this base would be better, although this could be confused with the bottom of structure.
- Sump Examples
- Drainage manholes typically ~ .5 ft below invert out of the exiting pipe.
- Catch Basins typically 3 ft below invert of exiting pipe.
- Sewer Manholes typically ~ .5 ft below invert
Manhole Types - Tracey Concrete