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    Frequently Asked Questions about Architectural Technician roles

    Architectural Technicians are professionals who create guidelines for the way in which a building is constructed, rather than coming up with the design itself. This involves working closely with Surveyors, Engineers, and Architects to ensure that the design and building calculations are combined into an effective project plan.

    As an Architectural Technician, you will work closely with Engineers, Architects, and members of the construction team such as Contractors and Surveyors. You will be responsible for developing complex technical plans for projects, and it is essential that you have a thorough understanding of all the processes going into the construction of a scheme. From time to time, you may need to make revisions to the plans in order to accommodate essential mechanical changes and client revisions.

    Architectural Technicians should be masters of design software such as AutoCAD. First-class communication skills, strong mathematics skills, and a comprehensive understanding of the entire construction process are fundamentals.

    According to our Salary Guide, Architectural Technicians with between one and five years experience can expect to earn between £22,000 and £35,000 per year. A Senior Technician with six to ten years experience can between £34,000 and £50,000 per year.