How to become an architectural, building, or surveying technician
What does a architectural, building, or surveying technician do?These technicians perform technical functions for projects on sites. Their tasks can include inspections, estimations, collecting and evaluating data, and preparing maps and plans.
Duties and tasks
- Work with architects, construction managers, and surveyors on technical aspects of work including drafting plans for roll-out of projects.
- Manage technical progress of projects to ensure quality and compliance with design specifications, codes and regulations.
- Create blueprints, maps and charts for planned activities and revise as needed; create schedule for completed results.
- Coordinate contractors and construction teams and inspect work progress.
- Evaluate designs and scheduled implementation and ensure that plans adhere to health and safety standards and building codes.
- Keep ongoing record of estimated budgets and cost breakdown.
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