Based on 589 responses, the job of Project Architect has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.74 out of 5. On average, Project Architects are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Project Architect?
Great Company. Great Leadership. Good Culture. Are we overworked? Yes. Is VLK on the cutting edge of K12 Facility Design? Yes. Great Design and great attention to detail. Project Architects make reality the scribbles and designs from Design Architects. Construction Adminstrators ensure that the design is built to specification and contractors do not cut corners or compromise. Projects move along in a fast and furious manner at the office. Demanding schedules and demanding clients.
Project Architect in Providence:
Pros: Shorter and easier commute to the office
Cons: Office location provides limited walkability and amenities.
Project Architect in Willow Grove:
Pros: I work in Doylestown PA. it would not let me choose that town.
Cons: I work in Doylestown PA. it would not let me choose that town.
Architecture in Adelaide.
Project Architect in Adelaide:
Pros: Opportunities to working in small to large firms.
Cons: There's too many graduates each year compared to employment opportunities.
I Am An In-House Architect For A Retail Company.
Pros: I make 150% of the salary I did working in a traditional architecture office. I get to have a life outside of work, and I can actually support myself whilst paying off my student loans. I have a job title (project architect) that would have taken me several years to acquire.
Cons: It's difficult to feel appreciated by people who don't understand the work I do. Also, I feel like some of my more traditional architecture skills are atrophying.
Pay Is Not Worthwhile For The Responsibility Required.
Pros: Flexible boss for personal needs. Nice coworkers.
Cons: Stress, lowish pay, not much compensation, bored, not enough room for growth.
A lot depends on your local office.
Project Architect in Detroit:
Pros: Large project opportunities, expertise is readily available.
Cons: Poor transparency in job role expectations and performance. Closed-door process for project assignments and promotions. The review process takes place after promotions are decided, so they don't feel like they matter.