Robert Ivy’s Success Recognized


Posted by omeditors | Posted in Award, CEO | Posted on 05-07-2018

No person has had more impact on the world of architecture than Robert Ivy. The executive vice president of the AIA, Robert Ivy has been making his presence felt in this industry for quite some time. Recently Ivy’s work was recognized when he was given the Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement Award. This award, given out annually by MIAL , recognizes leaders in the art space who have achieved tremendous lifetime success. Ivy is the first architect in history to receive such an honor. He is also one of only a select few people from the state of Mississippi to receive this award.

One look at Robert Ivy’s resume is more than enough proof that he deserves this honor. Ivy excels as an author, commentator and architect. He has served as the the Chief Executive Officer of AIA since 2011. Ivy’s education includes a masters of architecture from Tulane University. His undergraduate studies earned him a degree in English from Sewanee: The University of the South. Ivy is a excellent leader of the profession and this award serves as a crowning achievement to his career.

Robert Ivy and his work has been recognized on several occasions previously. In 1998, he received the McGraw-Hill Award for Management Excellence. He previously worked for McGraw-Hill as their vice president and editorial director. This assignment included working with GreenSource: The Magazine of Sustainable Design, SNAP and Architectural Record: China.

Robert Ivy has also had the high honor of being named a ‘Master Architect.’ This recognition is given by Alpha Rho Chi, a major faternity in the United States. Ivy is the first person in 21st century to receive the award. The list of winners includes only seven people. Ivy’s accomplishments throughout his lifetime have been so tremendous he has been able to make it to this list.

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