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