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Average Salary for Drafter Architectural in United States

The average salary of a(n) Drafter Architectural in United States is $53,775.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Drafter Architectural in United States is $25.85.

The average bonus of a(n) Drafter Architectural in United States is $1,151.00.

Job Description:

Drafts architectural and structural features of buildings and other structures. Applies well-developed drafting and mechanical drawing skills; knowledge of drafting standards, mathematics, science, and engineering technology. Prepares detailed drawings of architectural designs and plans for buildings, parking, and landscaping, according to specifications, sketches, and rough drafts provided by architects, engineers, and designers. Fills in technical details, using drawings, rough sketches, specifications, codes, and calculations previously made by engineers, architects, or scientists. Understands directions; draws rough and detailed sketches, drawings, and plans to scale; and analyzes structural, electrical, and mechanical components of buildings. Requires a solid background in computer-aided drafting and design techniques. Prepares detailed drawings of architectural designs, and plans for buildings, parking, and landscaping, according to specifications, sketches, and rough drafts provided by architects, engineers, and designers. Fills in technical details, using drawings, rough sketches, specifications, codes, and calculations previously made by engineers, architects, or scientists. Uses knowledge of standardized building techniques to draw in the details of a structure. Interprets directions; draws rough and detailed sketches, drawings, and plans to scale; and analyzes structural, electrical, and mechanical components of buildings. Prepares specifications, estimates the cost of construction, and verifies survey and layout work during construction phase of building. May use computer-assisted software to prepare drawings and plans. May specialize by the type of structure, such as residential or commercial, or by the kind of material used, such as reinforced concrete, masonry, steel, or timber. Less

Drafts architectural and structural features of buildings and other structures. Applies well-developed drafting and mechanical drawing skills; knowledge of drafting standards, mathematics, science, and engineering technology. Prepares detailed drawings of architectural designs and plans for buildings, parking, and landscaping, according... More

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