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Based on 570 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.
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Q: What is it like working as a Project Architect?

January 2020
I love the work, but cannot enjoy my job while being so severely underpaid.
Project Architect in Washington:
Pros: The project types
Cons: The hierarchy of favorites
April 2020
Project Architect.
Project Architect in Austin:
Pros: People Oriented culture
Cons: New top level employees being brought in from other firms, hinder any possibilities to grow with the Company
May 2020
Each project should havea full time project architect.
Project Architect in Calgary:
Pros: different type of projects
Cons: New way of excuting work has less involvment of professional registered architect. Service is focused on budget and management without quality or creativity
June 2020
A quiet adventure.
Project Architect in Sioux Falls:
Pros: The people in this industry all know one another and that makes for a good environment and an honest one.
Cons: It can be very restrictive in terms of project budgets.
July 2020
Great place to work.
Project Architect in Chandler:
Pros: I enjoy great opportunities to learn and expand my skills and I am given freedom from micromanagment.
Cons: There is no plan succession plan or discussion of the firms future.
September 2020
Easy to understand the work place and language.
Project Architect in Chennai:
Pros: Hard to work but easy to stay with my family
Cons: Expected income is not generated
December 2020
Boring, small community.
Project Architect in Atwater:
Pros: It is close to Merced.
Cons: It really isn't a place you want to work. It's a dinky place that you simply go to work too. The opportunities max out at a fairly quickly. Merced (the city next to Atwater) is a much nicer place to work with more opportunities continually appearing thanks to the advent of UC Merced.