Architects are skilled professionals at the centre of Australia’s built environment industry, a $100 billion sector employing over a million people. The built environment industry is significant for both its size and for the critical national role played by the provision of dwellings, commercial spaces, public buildings and infrastructure.
Architects work with building contractors, engineers, lawyers, accountants, tradespeople, plant operators, drivers and many other occupations to deliver finished building projects to clients. In addition to their core design function, the architect traditionally plays a ‘trusted advisor’ role with clients that can cover the whole of a project lifecycle from feasibility to post-commissioning work.
To lawfully call yourself an architect and/or offer architectural services to the public you must be registered.
for more information see….. AACA Website