Or just get a trainee to help
Back in the 90s I use to be a CAD Draughtsman earning a couple of quid an hour. I was training in civil engineering at the time, which would change to electrical engineering then IT later on.
However I was put in charge of planning entire factories for some of the larger clothing manufacturers today, many of whom charge a fortune for their shoes which are made in foreign, low paying countries.
I'd have to work out the flow of goods through the factory, how supplies were brought in, movement of staff and maintenance of equipment as well as **** hits the fan full blown equipment replacements. I did this all using a DOS version of Autocad, a calculator, a note book and lots of talking to actual factory workers and managers.
It's rarely an architect who does this sort of work, they're far more interested in how the building looks and what it's made of, they expect engineers to fit everything into their vision but no way in earth would they give two hoots about the gear going in - unless it'd spoil the view.