Build your portfolio to succeed in three major areas of the construction industry: building design, construction, and inspection. You experience all design aspects of commercial and residential buildings, including architectural, structural, mechanical, and electrical. You explore and consider the impact of building design and construction on the environment while learning to prepare architectural and engineering design drawings, cost estimates, material specifications, and technical reports. You also acquire important computer skills such as computer-aided drafting (CAD), Building Information Modeling (BIM), word-processing, and spreadsheets. An Architectural Engineering Technician is a job for a reliable and responsible person with good problem-solving skills and a natural curiosity for all aspects of building.