Robert Ivy: An Architect With An Impressive Editorial Career

Robert Ivy is an American businessman and the chief executive officer of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Robert Ivy also serves as the vice president of this esteemed organization. He is a graduate of Tulane University where he majored in architecture. He is also a cum laude of the University of the South.

Robert Ivy’s career history

Robert Ivy began working for the American Institute of Architects a couple of years ago, and in 2011, he was made the chief executive officer of the company. The American Institute of Architects is an organization that provides a broad range of services, including community development, advocacy, education, and public outreach. Before joining this group, Robert Ivy also worked for McGraw-Hill Companies as the editor in chief and vice president of the company. He has published numerous articles in various journals and magazines. His articles have been featured in a variety of media platforms, including HQ Magazine, The Magazine of Sustainable Design, SNAP, and Architectural Record: China, Sweets, ENR, and Constructor. Robert Ivy has served as a juror on a panel that developed the National Dwight D Eisenhower Memorial. Early in his career, Robert Ivy also worked as the president of Dean/Dale, Dean & Ivy. He has also worked as a critic on various papers and panels.

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Robert Ivy’s accomplishments

Robert Ivy has helped various companies, including the Architectural Record to win multiple awards such as the American Society of Magazine Editors National Magazine Award for General Excellence and the premier journalism award. Additionally, he has received other awards, such as 7 Ozzies: Folio Design Awards, 26 Jesse H. Neal Awards, and the 2008 MPA Digital Award for Website of the Year: Enthusiast. Robert Ivy works have been recognized on various platforms, and he has been acknowledged by many institutions, which also refer to him as the Master Architect. Robert Ivy is known for identifying the value of design and for dedicating his career in architecture. He has worked in collaboration with other professionals, such as John Wellborn Root, Dr. Nathan Clifford Ricker, Richard Buckminster Fuller, and Cass Gilbert. Robert Fuller has made history as one of the seven executives to receive recognition in the fraternity’s 100-year anniversary.

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