Robert Ivy Wins Lifetime Achievement Award

Posted on July 7, 2018

Robert Ivy is a recent winner of the Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement and he is also the CEO at the American Institute of Architects. Winning this award is just one of the testaments to Robert Ivy’s professionalism and dedication to architecture. Throughout the course of his career, it is also one of his most impressive accomplishments.

Winning the Noel Polk award is a first for an architect, which makes the award a first of its kind for Robert Ivy. In usual circumstances, the award is given to artists that have produced at least a handful of quality products with recognition from throughout the community. CEO of AIA, Robert Ivy is also one of the very few people to have won the award in Mississippi, making him a standout individual in his community. There are various other famous people that hold this title alongside Robert, such as Walter Anderson and Morgan Freemon.

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Robert has been recognized as one of the leading men in the field of Architecture and has even earned himself honors from the American Institute of Architects president. Robert’s recognition bodes well for the company and has shown what a rising star Robert Ivy really is for the American Institute of Architects.

Robert first joined the American Institute of Architects back in 2011 and he now holds a tenure position, helping to build the organization into one of the most reputable in the field. He has increased the standing for the institute not just through his work as an architect alone, but also the various accomplishments and awards he has been given over the years. In more than 100 years, the American Institute of Architects has never had so many members, which has been directly influenced by Robert’s efforts at the company.

Robert Ivy has played his hand at being an author for quite some time and has many publications out there for aspiring architects to read to get themselves started or perhaps interested in the exciting field.

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