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Architecture Occupations

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Architecture Occupations

Architecture occupations are a diverse field which include a range of professionals who specialize in designing and constructing buildings, bridges and other structures. Architects are the key players in this field and are responsible for drawing up plans and designs for new constructions, as well as managing the entire process from start to finish. They typically work closely with clients, engineers and other professionals in order to ensure that all design requirements and regulations are met. Other roles within the field include structural engineers, interior designers, landscape architects, urban planners and civil engineers who each specialize in designing and constructing different parts of a building.

Architecture occupations, building construction, engineering design, urban planning.

Lauren Moore

CITATION : "Lauren Moore. 'Architecture Occupations.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on March 27, 2023)"

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