Civil 3D Point Description Coding
Looking at your description keys and figure prefixes I notice that you don't have a desc key for EOP, but you do have a figure prefix, you need both. The desc key takes care of the points, and the figure prefix the linework.
So you need a desc key of EOP*. EOP* takes EOP followed by anything else.
You still need the figure prefix, but you're good with that already.
Also your Linework codes are not correct if you want to use PC and PT to start and end curves. Yours say BC and EC.
in order to make it work the way you want, you need to code like this:
Making sure that the box is checked to process the points in number order is a must. You description key codes and your figure prefix codes can be the same.
I would recommend that you add wildcards to handle the numbers as in BC1 or EOP1. For each of your codes that have corresponding lines, you will add a code with the wildcard characters. For instance, EOP would be a code for a single shot and EOP#* would handle any and all lines assuming that they are using numbers after the code.
Add the same two codes here. EOP for a single line and EOP#* for all other lines.
I attached a couple of images showing how I have ours setup, and a couple of PDFs that we provide our crews on line
Let me know if you have any questions.
No more funky looking curves in your drawing, no more visually scanning out in the field trying to identify the PC and the PT.
Are the funky-looking curves you refer to shaped like incandescent light bulbs, such as a curve at the end of a concrete median? Visually scanning for PCs and PTs is a pain, and can be subjective unless you're lucky enough to find a joint where the curbing was poured.
Yeah, locating the PC and PT is subjective.
It is! Absolutely!
Are the funky-looking curves you refer to shaped like incandescent light bulbs,
I use another metaphor for that effect. I instruct field crews to cheat into the curve a little where the PC and/or PT point are indistinct.