Robert Ivy Has Won The Noel Polk Lifetime Award For Contributions To Architecture

Robert Ivy has been earning himself awards and titles for many years throughout his time working as an architect and author. Today, Robert is working at the American Institute of Architects as company CEO, a position he has maintained for more than six years now.

As a recenter winner of the Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement Award, Robert Ivy has been under a good deal of positive talk from his peers. Although Robert has won many awards throughout his career for his impressive work, the Noel Polk award is something unique and much more rare considering it is only given out to Mississippi natives.

Robert has been making contributions to the field of architecture for more than 25 years, not just to the companies he has worked at, but to architects around the world. Throughout his career, Robert has worked as an editor for McGraw Hill and has published many articles on architecture, helping many students and new architects improve their journeys right away. At the American Institute of Architects, Robert Ivy is dedicated to growing the company’s awareness and reputation within the art, design, and architecture communities. Today, the American Institute of Architects has almost 2,000 members that have come together.

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There are many achievements that Robert is proud of that he has won over the years, but few can compare to the Noel Polk award because it has never fallen into the hands of an architect before. The Mississippi Institute Of Arts and Letters typically only issues out their awards to performers and artists that are natives to Mississippi, including famous individuals like Morgan Freeman. The MIAL president had good things to say about Robert Ivy and the work he is doing at AIA as CEO, wishing him and the organization goodwill for the future. Robert Ivy still has a bigger vision he wants to achieve and he has set high standards at the AIA to bring a level of excellence to the organization.

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