Robert Ivy The Building Force Behind American Institute Of Architects

The American Institute of Architects is an institution tasked with one of the most difficult roles in the world; overseeing all the architectural concerns in the country. While to most people this may look like a humongous assignment, Robert Ivy does not. Having successfully spearheaded other organizations Mr. Robert has all it takes to ensure that this organization attains all the success it deserves.

Robert Ivy has a Masters of Architecture acquired from Tulane University and a Bachelor of Arts degree English major from Sewanee.

Prior to becoming American Institute of Architects Chief Executive Officer/EVP, Robert Ivy worked as the chief editor of the architectural record. His leadership role helped grow the publication to becoming the world’s most read architectural journal. The other editorial role he performed included being the vice president and director at McGraw-Hill Construction Media. This media company covered a wide range of publications with topics ranging from sustainable designs to green source.

Mr. Robert has also worked as a principal to Dean/Dale, Dean & Ivy and as a critic to architectural publications. In addition to critiquing, Mr. Roberts impact in the architectural industry can be felt widely. Some of his notable accomplishments include developing a digital technology infrastructure, creating an award winning architectural awareness program and streamlining governance and decision making process in AIA just to name but a few.

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These contributions have not gone unnoticed; Mr. Robert has been acknowledged and celebrated in equal measures. Some of the most precious awards he has been able to receive include the 2009 Crain Award. This is one of America’s highest business recognition given to an individual in appreciation to the impact made in his or her line of work. The following year in March, Mr. Robert Ivy was voted unanimously by the Alpha Rho Chi, an architectural fraternity, and was named “Master Architect” for his role in communicating the importance of design in today’s world.

With the qualifications and experiences Robert enjoys, his role at the American Institute of Architects will see him make enormous strides that will help the construction industry grow.

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