Robert Ivy’s change at AIA

Introduction

Robert Ivy is the not only the chief executive officer but an executive vice president of the American Institute of Architects as well. He earned the position the CEO back in 2011 after proofing through his admired work globally. During his undergraduate course, Robert Ivy majored in Arts where he specialized in English from the University of the South. He further pursued his Masters in Architecture from the University of Tulane. Visit architectmagazine.com to know more about Robert Ivy.

Career

The changing moment in his life came when he was appointed as the chief editor of Architectural Record. Later on, he rose to the position of the editorial director and vice president of McGraw-Hill Construction Media. The construction media included Greensource: SNAP and The Magazine of Sustainable Design. Additionally, he was among the members of the panel that selected Mr. Gehry to design the National Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial. During the same year, he was a principal at dale as well as he took part in criticizing national publications.

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Achievements

Under his leadership, he managed to get various awards for the Architectural Record. Some of the most recognized honors were the Unusual achievement for a professional journal, premier magazine journalism award and the American Society of Magazine Editors National Magazine Award for General Excellence. Furthermore, he also brought 26 Jesse H. Neal Awards and the 2008 MPA Digital Award for the Website of the Year to Architectural Record. Additionally, in 2009 Robert Ivy was recognized with the American Business Media’s highest recognition for a person, the Crain Award. Additionally, he was also honored with the McGraw-Hill management award. Last but not least, Robert Ivy is also a senior member of the Design Futures Council. Furthermore, he voted anonymously as the master architect. Robert Ivy is now among the most respected architectures of all time in the United States. Organizations such as AIA were among the key role for his rise. they gave him security, growth and the network that he has now.

Publications

Now on the third edition of his biography, “Fay Jones: Architect,” Robert Ivy has managed to showcase the work of his mentor, Frank Wright. Follow Robert Ivy at Twitter.