Construction and Architecture-related professions

List of construction and architectural professions with current salaries:

A Little About Construction Professions

Architectural and construction professions are among the most in-demand. Among the construction professions, there are: heating, water supply, and sewage system design engineers; electrical lighting design engineers; low-voltage system design engineers; and structural engineers. Structural engineers calculate the load on construction beams. This is a responsible task: the stability of buildings and therefore human lives depend on the accuracy of calculations. Involved in the construction of buildings and structures are: construction project managers, chief engineers, construction site managers, and foremen. On behalf of the client company, a technical supervision engineer oversees the construction of the facility. Foremen and site managers specialize in areas such as finishing work, plumbing work, and electrical work. To become a construction engineer, you need to study at a construction university. Construction colleges train cost estimators and technicians. Before the construction begins, the client company carries out extensive preparatory work. Documents for construction are prepared by contract department engineers, PTO engineers, and cost estimation engineers. Their workspace is usually in an office. Construction is carried out according to project and cost documentation. Part of it is created by architects and designers. The building's architecture is its foundation. The architect's profession is creative but also routine. It requires knowledge of construction norms and rules (SNiP) and extreme accuracy. A group of architects works on a single architectural project: the chief architect, the chief architect of the project (GAP), the leading architect of the project, and ordinary architects. Construction is carried out by the hands of construction workers. The foreman manages the workers. There are skilled construction workers such as tilers, carpenters, concrete workers, painters, electricians, and plumbers. These professions are taught in vocational schools.