Architects draw up plans for houses and buildings. They map out offices and apartments. Architects plan out blueprints for schools, churches, and airport terminals. Their plans engage much more than just a building's appearance. They have to ensure that buildings are secure and sturdy and that they go well with the desires of the people who use them. The architect and client initially talk about what the client desires. The architect from time to time helps make a decision if a project would work at all or if it would damage the location. The architect then produces drawings for the client to evaluate. They can be involved in all phases of the production of a building. Considering the ideas are good, the architect sketches up the finishing plans. These plans demonstrate how the building will appear and how to construct it. The sketches illustrate the beams which hold up the building. The sketches demonstrate how the electricity and plumbing operate. Architects a while back used pencil and paper to sketch their plan, but today a good number of architects utilize computers.