Architectural technologists work with architects, engineers and others in designing and developing plans and working drawings, estimating costs and supervising building construction projects (alis). They are employed by architectural and construction firms, and governments (National Occupational Classification).
Drafting technologists and technicians prepare engineering designs, drawings and related technical information in multidisciplinary engineering teams or in support of engineers, architects or industrial designers, or they may work independently. They are employed by construction, utility, resource and manufacturing companies, consulting firms, government and other establishments. (National Occupational Classification)
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Date modified: December 10, 2018