Carpenters: you will need actual safety shoes, in order to be protected against accidents, hits, bad weather, concrete, ankle sprains, moisture and a lot of other situations. I suggest a pair of ankle boots or polymeric boots, and you should tie them well!).
The driver of trucks or bulldozers: in this job, the main risks are slipping and suffering crushes or hits to your toes. Therefore, you will need comfortable water-resistant safety footwear with good slip-resistant outsoles. A very flexible sole could be of help too, making your work more comfortable (ankle boots or shoes of PU/PU or PU/TPU with a not-too-rigid upper, possibly not only made of leather but containing some fabric as well).
Engineers: you won’t need particular protection, but comfortable and breathable safety footwear with slip-resistant outsoles. Your job could, sometimes, endanger your toes, but a good pair of breathable leather safety shoes with a casual look may avoid such risks. I suggest footwear for engineers with soles of single-density PU.
Architects: no particular protection is needed, just comfortable, breathable and slip-resistant footwear. Your job could, sometimes, put your toes into danger, but a good pair of breathable leather safety shoes with a casual look may be of great help (the same type of shoes used by engineers will do).
Inspectors: in this case as well no special feature is needed, other than comfort, breathability, and good ground adhesion. Also, this kind of job may endanger your toes, but you can avoid such risks by wearing breathable leather safety shoes with a casual look (such as shoes or ankle boots. The latter are better for avoiding ankle sprains).