Standard Occupational Classification (SOC): Architects, Except Naval
Architects are professionals who design buildings and other structures. In the healthcare industry, architects may be involved in designing healthcare facilities, such as hospitals, clinics, and nursing homes. They may also be involved in designing other types of buildings that are used by healthcare providers, such as medical office buildings or research laboratories. Architects in the healthcare industry typically have a background in architecture, and they may be employed by architecture firms, construction companies, or other organizations. They may be responsible for developing and presenting design concepts, preparing construction documents and specifications, and overseeing the construction process to ensure that the project is completed on time and within budget. Architects may also be required to be licensed or certified in order to practice, and they may be required to complete ongoing continuing education to maintain their license. Note: The term “except naval” refers to architects who do not specialize in designing naval ships or other naval structures.
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