Historic preservation architecture is the practice of conserving and restoring historic buildings and structures. It aims to protect the architectural heritage of a community and to pass it on to future generations.
Industrial architect designs and plans buildings for industrial use, such as factories, warehouses, and power plants. They consider factors such as functionality, safety, and environmental impact.
A landscape architect is a design professional who plans, creates, and manages outdoor spaces to improve the human environment.
Urban architecture is the design of buildings and spaces in cities, with the goal of creating livable, sustainable, and equitable environments.
Architectural drafter uses CAD software to create technical drawings of buildings and structures from architects' sketches and specifications. Coordinates with engineers and construction managers.
Retrofit drafter creates technical drawings for the modification or improvement of existing structures or systems. Uses CAD software to create plans, elevations, and sections. Must have strong drafting and technical skills.
Commercial architect: Designs and implements buildings and structures for commercial and non-residential use, such as retail outlets, offices, factories, shopping centers, hospitals, hotels, and sports or recreation facilities.
Oversees the design and construction of buildings, ensuring that projects meet deadlines, budgets, and specifications.