ROBERT IVY’S RECOGNITIONS AND CONTRIBUTIONS IN ARCHITECTURE

Architecture has been a part of Robert for many years. He has had an extensive career in the field and has helped several organizations to become preferable organizations of choice for many people. Starting his distinguished career in Architectural Record as Executive Editor, Ivy has helped many businesses to become recognized institutions. For instance, he assisted Architectural Record to become one of the journals that were read the most across the world. Robert Ivy’s career spanned across several companies including McGraw-Hill Construction Media, Dean/Dale, where he was a principal. Robert Ivy was also a renowned critic for other publications.

During his time at Architectural Record, Robert helped the organization to garner several awards for their exceptional editorial work in the organization’s publications. These awards include the American Society of Magazine Editors for the exceptionality in General Excellence, Jesse H. Neil Award, and the 2008 MPA digital award.

Individually, Ivy has earned his awards for the contributions he has made to the publication field including, The McGraw Hill Award, the Crain Award in addition to being a Senior Fellow of the Design Futures Council. He’s also a Master Architect according to Alpha Rho Chi. This was after the national architecture fraternity saw Robert Ivy’s effectiveness in relaying information about the importance of design. Find out more about Ivy at bizjournals.com

As the CEO of American Institute of Architects, Robert Ivy has been awarded the Noel Polk Award. The award has been designed to recognize artists connected to Mississippi and whose work of art over the course of their lives is extraordinary. This award came about after it was noted that since Robert joined the organization in 2011, he has assisted the American Institute of Architects to grow in influence and presence globally. This move has seen the membership of the organization to rise to an all-time high since its inception over one and a half a century ago.

Ivy received this recognition alongside Andrew Cary Young. Young is a designer of stained glass who works at Pearl River Glass Studios. The contribution that Robert Ivy has brought to the field of architecture is very evident, and he continues to work towards helping the organization soar even higher than it is now.

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