I know that out in the world there are numerous professional architects that do nothing else in the least.
Their entire job is spent working on blueprints, crafting specialized structures for dealers as well as high paying clients. I honestly don’t know if I would appreciate that or not, even though I never even had the choice. Being an architect is pretty much just a part of what I do for my business, even though I am truly more hands on then you might expect from an architect. I work hand in hand with a bunch other people at the company to make sure all the designs are practicable as well as cost effective. The blueprint is completely worthless if it is for something you can’t have your construction crew build for you. All of us also need to make sure all of the plans for future structures will be ADA compliant construction projects, which is more substantial now than ever before. Our company works on a pretty good amount of small as well as mid level construction projects, however have yet to build anything as large as a major concert location. All of us have done a little athletic interest complex construction, however it wasn’t anything like a Superdome, it was a little league field. Technically it was athletic interest complex construction, even though I can admit it’s a cheat to say that a couple of fenced in dug-outs as well as some bleachers is a “complex.” I certainly have no desire to design anything super elaborate, anyway. Residential household design as well as construction has been where we have been getting most of our work. Even before COVID a pretty good amount of dealers were fully going under, as well as commercial construction jobs were seriously starting to dry up.