The average pay for an Architecture Design Engineer is $30.00 per hour.
The average pay for an Architecture Design Engineer is $68,784 per year.
|Salary||$29,696 - $159,287|
|Bonus||$805 - $50,684|
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Job Description for Architecture Design Engineer
Architecture design engineers meet with clients to assess their needs for new buildings, landscapes, and similar needs. They must listen to clients' requests and develop innovative ideas to drive business to these clients, and they must also be able to adapt to a variety of clients and personalities to suit their needs and attitudes. A bachelor’s degree in architecture and at least five years of experience in landscape, architecture, and design are generally required for this position, and certification as an engineer is also necessary.Read More...
Architecture design engineers should have prior experience with client bids, as they must assemble cost-effective bids for both the company and clients. They are commonly tasked with ensuring that projects are completed at or under their assigned budget goals, and when a project may go over-budget, they must alter their designs to meet these goals.
These engineers typically work during weekly business hours, though this can vary based on particular projects and their deadlines, which must be met in a timely manner. Architecture design engineers also report to a senior engineer and may be tasked with design-related projects and additional work as needed. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Create designs, both original and from templates, to meet requirements.
- Conduct site inspections and modify designs for particular locations.
- Work with clients and internal teams to ensure design fit and functionality.