Are CAs Paid what they Deserve?
That depends on the work that's needed. For those involved in the planning of career conventions and conducting seminars, handling four to five events per year, the remunerations may be very satisfactory. On the other hand, for experienced construction managers that strive hard (both in public and behind the scenes) to make things happen, no amount of compensation may be considered high enough.
Basically, construction ambassadors may have to do everything from construction site identiification, planning, development, feasibility study, down to site selection, resolving disputes over construction projects, and much more. They may also play a hand helping in assessing property value, law, economics and market conditions on many occasions.
CAs can expect a salary in the range of £30,000 - £50,000 in the UK and Europe or an average salary of about $95,681 in the US (for a "Construction Manager I").